COVID-19 Notifications

To date, Chowan University has been notified of the following COVID-19 positive cases of students and employees on campus. This site is updated whenever there is new information regarding cases. Beginning November 25th, the Unversity will deliver remote instruction for the remainder of the fall 2020 semester as outlined in the Academic Calendar. 

As of December 4

Active positive case count as of March 2020 on campus*  (currently in quarantine)

Employees -  0  |     Students -  6

Cumulative positive confirmed cases on campus as of March 2020 (quarantine + recovered)** 

Employees - 2    |     Students - 24

If you are contacted by Chowan University Medical Staff for contact tracing, please answer all questions to assist in this effort and help control the virus in our community. Under HIPAA regulations, Chowan University is unable to provide additional details.   

*On campus is defined as a person who resides or works on campus and has tested positive for COVID-19 and is quarantined on campus. 
**Should an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 on campus choose to leave campus, the number is reflected in the cumulative positive, not active on campus counts. 
+These numbers do not reflect the number of students in quarantine out of the direction of medical staff but have not tested positive.

COVID-19 Case Alerts Protocol

Chowan University relies on the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, known commonly as the Clery Act, to guide communications decisions regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases. 

Per the Clery Act, Chowan University will post a campus notification when 1) a public health agency has confirmed via a COVID-19 test that a member of the community has the virus AND 2) the individual was recently on the campus. Chowan University will conduct contact tracing for student or employee cases that fit these criteria in conjunction with the local health department. Under HIPAA and FERPA regulations, Chowan University is unable to provide details about individual cases. 

Protocols may change. Please continue to check this page for updates.

#CampusClear Daily Monitoring

As part of our comprehensive strategy for controlling the spread of COVID-19 on campus, the University deployed #CampusClear, a daily self-screening application. Everyone in our learning community is required to use #CampusClear to gain access to campus. It only takes a few seconds to self-screen, and your participation helps to keep our campus safe for everyone. Likewise, please be sure to self-screen daily, even if you have no symptoms. 

Click here to install it on your device. If you are unable to access the application on your device you may use the web app address below to access the web application