Students and employees are welcome to wear masks in all university buildings and vehicles.
Recent Updates as of June 23, 2022
Tested Positive or
If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, have been exposed to someone who tested positive, or have been asked to quarantine by health officials, fill out the COVID-19 Questionnaire.
USU’s Logan campus provides COVID-19 testing to current students and employees. Log into Aggie Health to schedule a date and time.
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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 the Utah Department of Health. It includes students, faculty, and staff at USU campuses and centers across the state and those who may be working or learning remotely.
Case Count Definitions
New case count numbers for the previous week and trend graphs are updated weekly on Thursdays.
Active cases include those who tested positive within the last two weeks. Spring 2022 cases are those reported since Jan. 1, 2022. Total cases include all individuals with a positive COVID-19 test throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The current 7-day average of new cases is 5.6.
June 16-22, 2022
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(since March 2020)
*The active case count shows cases reported within the previous two weeks in order to be consistent with the definition used by the Utah Department of Health in K-12 school case counts.
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.
Fill out the questionnaire if you have symptoms, have tested positive for COVID-19, or have been asked to quarantine by health officials. If you were exposed to a positive case, check the guidelines for quarantine to see if you should submit a questionnaire.