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Columbus State University

Self-Report Tracking

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Columbus State University takes the health of its employees and students seriously. As part of our efforts to be transparent about COVID-19’s effects on the CSU campus community, we are publishing information on current active cases involving our students and employees.

Because CSU has not required COVID-19 testing as a condition of continued employment or enrollment for fall studies (per current recommendations by the CDC), data reported here are from the self-reports received by our COVID-19 Notification Team through the university’s online reporting form.

Sharing this data on a weekly basis will hopefully keep the seriousness of the virus — and the necessity for safety precautions like face coverings and physical distancing — top of mind.

In this report, current active cases are defined as the total number of self-report by a student or employee who has received confirmation of a positive test by a medical provider or authorized lab.

In addition, current active cases updated here each Monday are the sum of newly reported cases during the preceding seven days minus those individuals who have been cleared to return to classes or work.

In the interest of protecting students’ and employees’ privacy and confidentiality, the university will abide by federal FERPA and HIPPA guidelines, which includes withholding personally identifiable information related to one’s health.

Media inquiries regarding this information should be directed to