Information about COVID-19 is available in other languages through the Utah Department of Health.
Recent Updates as of September 22, 2020
Learn more about how to find testing, what to do if you think you had exposure to COVID-19, and how the university contains cases and reduces risk from the coronavirus on its campuses and centers across the state.
Take the Pledge
Students, faculty, and staff all share the job of looking out for each other by following state and university guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Take the pledge to do your part.
Faculty and students can find resources and services to help navigate the fall semester and be USU Ready.
Weekly Coronavirus Update
The Utah State Today email newsletter every Thursday includes a weekly coronavirus update on USU's efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
USU Case Counts
Case counts include those who self-reported to the university, cases identified through testing on the Logan campus, and cases the university has received notice of through local health departments. It includes students, faculty, and staff at USU campuses and centers across the state and those who may be working or learning remotely.
New cases include those reported since the dashboard was last updated (usually by daily by noon, Monday through Friday). Active cases include those who tested positive within the last three weeks and represent the current infection situation in campus communities. Fall semester cases are those reported during fall semester. Total cases include all individuals with a positive COVID-19 test throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Case counts for students are separated into those who self-identified in the COVID Questionnaire as living on-campus in Logan, Price, or Blanding. All other students are assumed to have been living off-campus housing at the time of their test.
|Reported since 9/21/20||New||Active||Fall Semester
(Aug. 31 - Dec. 31)
(since March 2020)
Fill out the questionnaire if you are ill and are getting tested, waiting on test results, received a positive COVID-19 test result, have had close contact with an individual who has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19, or if you have been asked to quarantine or isolate. Even if you are working with your local health department, please fill out the questionnaire, so USU officials may respond quickly to provide needed services or identify areas of our campuses that need additional attention.
Share your Covid-19 Concerns
All students, employees, and visitors are expected to follow USU's COVID-19 prevention practices and policies in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our campus communities. If you have a concern about on-campus behavior or activities or about your department operation plan or practices, please share your concern with USU officials. You may remain anonymous.