COVID-19 Plans and Information

Active Cases: 2

COVID-19 Dashboard

Students

Week  Tested this week   Total Tested Positive this week Total Positive
Nov 20-25* 144 1984 1 72
Nov 13-19 199 1840 1 71
Nov 6-12 17 1641 1 70
Oct 31-Nov5 42 1624 1 69
Oct 23-29 28 1582 0 68
Oct 16-22 45 1554 4 68
Oct.9-15 21 1509 1 64
Oct. 2-8 29 1488 0 63
Sept 25-Oct. 1 78 1459 3 63
Sept 18-24 32 1381 7 60
Sept 11-17 361 1349 6 53
Sept 4-10 57 988 2 47
Aug 28-Sept. 3 51 931 22 45
Aug 21-27 292 880 23 23 
Aug 14-20 588  588  1

Faculty / Staff

Week  Tested this week   Total Tested Positive this week Total Positive
Nov 20-25* 5 167 0 5
Nov 13-19 17 162 0 5
Nov 6-12 2 145 0 5
Oct 31-Nov5 7 143 0 5
Oct 23-29 4 136 0 5
Oct 16-22 10 132 1 5
Oct.9-15 5 122 0 4
Oct. 2-8 11 117 1 4
Sept 25-Oct. 1 7 106 0 3
Sept 18-24 0 0 0 3
Sept 11-17 9 99 0 3
Sept 4-10 19 90 0 3
Aug 28-Sept. 3 4 71 1 3
Aug 21-27 67  67 2
Aug 14-20 0  0

Updated on Nov. 25, 2020. We will update the dashboard each Friday at a minimum. 

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

*Results incomplete for this week

Campus Updates

Thanksgiving message from President Maxey

A video message from President Maxey to mark the end of this historic semester.

President Maxey's Weekly Update — Nov. 20

President Maxey celebrates the upcoming end of the semester and thanks students for their diligence this fall.

President Maxey’s Weekly update — Nov. 13

President Maxey gives an update on what to expect during the final weeks of the semester.

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.

CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Information (HEERF)

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.