COVID-19 Dashboard

Active Cases: 0

COVID-19 Dashboard - Spring 2021

Students

Week  Tested this week   Total Tested Positive this week Total Positive
 May 14-28 29 6582 0 159
 May 7-13 39 6553 0 159
 April 30-May 6 229 6514 7 159
 April 23-29 420 6285 14 152
 April 16-22 551 5865 45 138
 April 9-15 496 5314 25 93
 April 2-8 322 4818 7 68
 March26-Apr 1 441 4496 2 61
 March 19-25 386 4055 3 59
 March 12-18 498 3669 15 56
 March 5-11 378 3171 19 41
 Feb. 26-Mar 4 454 2793 1 22
 Feb. 19-25 357 2339 8 21
 Feb. 12-18 399 1982 3 13
 Feb. 5-11 729 1583 1 10

Faculty / Staff

Week  Tested this week   Total Tested Positive this week Total Positive
May 14-28 10 679 0 6
May 7-13 3 669 0 6
April 30-May 6 20 666 0 6
April 23-29 43 646 0 6
April 16-22 53 603 0 6
April 9-15 37 550 0 6
April 2-8 35 513 0 6
March 26-Apr 1 37 478 1 6
March 19-25 45 441 1 5
March 12-18 32 396 1 4
March 5-11 32 364 0 3
Feb. 26-Mar.4 43 332 0 3
Feb. 19-25 40 289 0 3
Feb. 12-18 42 249 0 3
Feb. 5-11 56 207 0 3

Dashboard stats updated with stats as of May 28, 2021.

* indicates incomplete data for that week. Dashboard will be updated weekly at a minimum.   

Active cases indicates individuals (campus students or faculty/staff) in isolation on- or off-campus. 

Active cases also include positive tests that occurred off campus. 

For more data, view the archive.

Campus Updates

COVID update: FAQs on vaccine requirement, Mask Policy update and more

As we wrap up the Intensive Learning Term, we wanted to provide a few updates related to the recent communication regarding COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

Planning for Fall 2021 Return to Campus

President Maxey shares the plan for returning to in-person classes in Fall 2021. 

Pres. Maxey's message to the Class of 2021

President Maxey's welcome speech from the Class of 2021 Commencement, held on May 29, 2021. 

Everyday preventive actions to avoid the spread of all viruses

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

ARP Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Information (HEERF III)

Students

Roanoke College has been allocated $2,323,472 from the American Rescue Plan (ARP), for the purpose of providing Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

  • Department of Education Report 6/18/21 (Total Amount of Aid Awarded 30 Days Since Grant Award Notice): $0 in emergency financial aid grants awarded to students. 
  • Department of Education Report 8/1/21 (Total Amount of Aid Awarded 45 Days Since Grant Award Notice): $0 in emergency financial aid grants awarded to students. 

Institution

Roanoke College has been allocated  $2,323,470 from the American Rescue Plan (ARP), for the purpose of providing institutional support to Roanoke College.

 

CRRSAA Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Information (HEERF II)

Students

Roanoke College has received $888,800 from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), for the purpose of providing Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

  • Department of Education Report 2/18/21 (Total Amount of Aid Awarded 30 Days Since Grant Award Notice): $0 in emergency financial aid grants awarded to 0 students. 
  • Department of Education Report 4/3/21 (Total Amount of Aid Awarded 45 Days Since Last Report): $0 in emergency financial aid grants awarded to 0 students. 
  • Department of Education Report 5/18/21 (Total Amount of Aid Awarded 45 Days Since Last Report): $790,214in emergency financial aid grants awarded to 1,599 students. 
  • Final Department of Education Report 6/19/21 (Total Amount of Aid Delivered Updated 45 Days Since Last Report): $888,650 in emergency financial aid grants distributed to 1,826 students.*
    *$888,800 was the total amount of aid Roanoke College received from the Department of Education to be distributed to students. $150 was returned to the College and will be added to HEERF 3.  Aid was distributed via ACH e-checks and paper checks directly to students.

More information can be found in this letter.

Institution

Roanoke College received $1,662,424 from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), for the purpose of providing institutional support to Roanoke College. See below for the final Department of Education report describing how the funds were used.

  • Final Department of Education Report 6/19/21: $1,662,424 was used by Roanoke College to provide reimbursements for tuition, housing, room and board, or other fee refunds to students; campus safety and operations.  See the final report sent to the Department of Education here. 

 

 

CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Information (HEERF I)

Students

Roanoke College received $888,800 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, for the purpose of providing Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. The College distributed the $888,800 to 1,755 students who were enrolled full time with the College at the time of the disruption.

  • Final Department of Education Report 7/6/20 (Total Amount of Aid Delivered Updated 45 Days Since Last Report): $888,800 in emergency financial aid grants distributed to 1,755 students.*
    *$888,800 was the total amount of aid Roanoke College received from the Department of Education to be distributed to students. Aid was distributed via ACH e-checks and paper checks directly to students.
  • Department of Education Report 5/22/20 (Total Amount of Aid Delivered 30 Days Since Grant Award Notice): $537,055 in emergency financial aid grants distributed to 1,022 students.

More information can be found in this letter.

Institution

Roanoke College received $888,799 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, for the purpose of providing institutional support to Roanoke College. See below for the final Department of Education report describing how the funds were used.

  • Final Department of Education Report 10/15/20: $888,799 was used by Roanoke College to provide reimbursements for tuition, housing, room and board, or other fee refunds to students.  See the final report sent to the Department of Education here.