As of Nov. 2, CSU has conducted 24,168 nasal swab tests and 11,877 saliva screenings for COVID-19.
As of October 12, the university is screening individuals for COVID-19 only by saliva. Those individuals whose saliva screening indicates they may have COVID-19 are required to take a nasal swab test.
- Of these collective nasal swab and saliva screening numbers, 433 students, faculty and staff have tested positive with a nasal swab test for COVID-19.
- This includes students who live on and off campus as well as faculty and staff.
- Some students are required to submit a saliva screening sample based on wastewater results from residence halls and university apartments
Who has been invited or required to submit saliva screening
- On Oct. 16 and again from Oct 19 through Oct. 30, 3,000 faculty and staff with frequent contact with others were invited to participate in saliva screening.
- On Oct. 23, 3,000 faculty and staff with frequent contact with others were invited to participate in saliva sampling through Oct. 30.
- On Oct. 26, all students were invited to to participate in saliva screening through Nov. 6.
- On Nov. 3, all students, faculty and staff were invited to participate in saliva screening through Nov. 20.
Since Oct. 1, students living in the following residence halls have been required to participate in saliva screening due to wastewater sample results:
- Academic Village (all buildings)
- Aggie Village (all buildings)
- Allison Hall
- Braiden Hall
- Corbett Hall
- Durward Hall
- Edwards Hall
- Ingersoll Hall
- International House
- Laurel Village (all buildings)
- Newsom Hall
- Parmelee Hall
- Summit Hall
- University Village 1500
- Westfall Hall
In addition, students living in the following fraternity and sorority houses were in quarantine and members were asked to submit a nasal swab test through the university’s mobile testing service:
- Alpha Gamma Rho
- Phi Delta Theta
- Pi Kappa Phi
- Sigma Pi
- Chi Omega
- Kappa Delta
- Kappa Kappa Gamma
- Gamma Phi Beta
- Zeta Tau Alpha