The Shippensburg University COVID-19 Office confirms three students tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Two students are residential students, while 1 resides off-campus.

The SU Contact Tracing Team has reviewed and notified appropriate persons within the Shippensburg University community to advise of possible contact, testing options, and next steps, including self-quarantining for 14 days.

Additionally, the University has responded by enhanced cleaning and sanitizing of public spaces.

Please visit the Health & Well-being dashboard of the Navigate Fall 2020 Website for additional information.  All members of the Shippensburg family are urged to visit the Raider Respect webpage to download the Campus Shield self-monitoring app and information on COVID-19 exposure, positive COVID-19 cases and contact tracing.

Please abide by all social distancing protocols, wear your mask up to cover your nose, and use the temperature checking and hand sanitizing stations located throughout campus.

The three students tested positive on Tuesday at Etters Health Center/Wellspan which notified the SU COVID office. Notification was made to the community by website on Tuesday evening.

Wellspan follows notification procedures in accordance with the PaDOH (reporting through PA-NEDSS, an electronic database that relays information to the CDC and PA DoH). We are committed to carrying out all PaDOH recommended guidance to help us fulfill our mission of educational excellence and opportunity while promoting the health and well-being of our campus family, community, and region.

On Mondays and Thursdays, the COVID-19 office will email updates on case counts and necessary protocols. The case count will be updated every weekday on the Health & Well-being webpage. At any time, find the latest updates on tackling COVID-19 together at