As of today, November 12, 2020, Shippensburg University has had 158 reported positive COVID-19 cases for students. The University has 86 active cases currently. There is currently 1 active case from the staff/faculty community.

Since August 20, 2020 we are up to 1730 total tests. 525 symptomatic and 1203 asymptomatic. We have had 70 symptomatic positives and 58 asymptomatic positives from Etter Student Wellness Center with 1599 negative tests. The thirty other positive cases were self-reported after testing off-campus. All testing, Asymptomatic and Symptomatic on our campus is purely voluntary but highly recommended and encouraged, in accordance with State System (PASSHE) directives.

CAMPUS UPDATE: Please see the most recent communication regarding adjustments to campus operations for the remainder of the Fall 2020 semester.

ASYMPTOMATIC TESTING: The University continues to invite a random selection of students to participate in Asymptomatic Testing every week. These tests will require 48-72 hours for results. If a student is invited, they will receive an e-mail from the SU COVID Office. A different sampling of students will be invited to participate each week

Asymptomatic testing is available for ALL students free of charge and is highly recommended and encouraged. If a student is interested, please contact the Etter Student Wellness Center to make an appointment. X1458. At this time, ASYMPTOMATIC TEST WILL BE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

SYMPTOMATIC TESTING: Etter/WellSpan continues to test for symptomatic students. WellSpan works with each student who arrives and is exhibiting symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection. Some students may not qualify for the symptomatic tests in accordance with medical protocol and their presenting symptoms/illness, but can request an asymptomatic test at that time. Symptomatic tests are administered to students who present symptoms in line with COVID-19 infection. At this time, SYMPTOMATIC TEST WILL BE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.