TU is committed to sharing basic health data with our campus community. This dashboard
is updated every Thursday to highlight overall trends for COVID-19 tests administered
through the University Health Center. A link is provided to all faculty, staff and students through weekly resource emails.
The testing data set has been updated for the spring term to provide the most accurate
and pertinent information for the university community.
Past 14 Days
March 26-April 8
Quarantine/Isolation Beds Available: 94.7%
As of 4/8.
January 1–April 8, 2021
Overall TU Positivity Rate: 0.9%
TU’s positivity rate is calculated by dividing the results received by the total number
of positive tests.
About Testing at TU
TU has implemented a number of new measures under the Tigers Care initiative that adhere to local, state and federal guidelines. This includes simple, self-initiated
requirements like wearing a mask while on campus or in any campus building, keeping
physical distance, frequently washing your hands and maintaining sanitized work spaces.
Sentinel testing, a random sample testing of the university community, now occurs regularly on campus.
Only a sampling of those residing, regularly working and learning on campus are tested.
These randomized tests are a proven and effective way to monitor the prevalence and
spread of COVID-19 within our community and will further help to inform our campus
response to the virus.
There is no testing requirement for students, faculty and staff beginning to return to campus. They should complete a daily QuickScan upon returning.
TU has made a commitment to share basic data with campus on a regular basis. The dashboard
above will be updated weekly on Thursdays, with a link shared with students, faculty
and staff through weekly resource emails.
Find More Data
Learn more about TU’s on-campus test efforts and COVID response and planning.
Baltimore County is tracking cases and data related to COVID-19 across the county
on its own dashboard.
Page last updated: April 8, 2021