COVID-19 Dashboard

Starting September 17, Fredonia's dashboard will be updated daily at noon to coincide with the reporting schedule of the Chautauqua County Department of Health.

updated 2:30 p.m. 9/23/20  

Positive case information  
Active student positive cases   10
New student cases since last report  0
Total students who are recovered from COVID and have been cleared to return to on-campus classes and activities  93
Total student cases tested positive in fall 2020 semester  103
Total on-campus students who have tested positive 39
Total off-campus students who have tested positive 64
# positive cases during current reporting period (September 12-25) that count towards move to remote learning*  21

*Definition from SUNY's dashboard on test reporting: "Data includes positives from campus administered and non-campus administered testing for students and employees present on campus."

Currently in isolation  
Isolated on campus 4
Isolated off campus 6
Completed isolation 93
Currently in quarantine  
Quarantine on campus 3
Quarantine off campus 29
Completed Quarantine 183
PCR testing on campus  
Total number tested 41
Number of positive 13
Number of negative 27
Number of on campus positive 13
Number of off campus positive 0
Number of PCR tests pending 5
Pool testing on campus  
Total number tested 473
Total number of positive 2
Total number of negative 471
Number of on campus positive 2
Number of off campus positive 0
Number pool tests pending 0
Rapid Antigen Testing on campus  
Total number tested 5
Number of positive 0
Number of negative 5
Number of on campus positive 0
Number of off campus positive 0
Employee information  
Known active positive cases 2
Total known positive cases 2
Total known faculty/staff who are recovered from COVID 0

Positive cases refer to reliable confirmation of a positive test for COVID-19. Known cases are received from self-reports, notifications from Chautauqua County Health Department, or other public health agencies.

Isolation, quarantine, contact tracing information

Pool testing information 


If you have symptoms

If you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste/smell, chills, body aches, etc.), stay at your residence hall or off-campus location and call the Student Health Center at 716-673-3131 to enable one of our medical professionals to give you the best advice on how to proceed. 

The Student Health Center is currently working in coordination with Brooks Memorial Hospital to provide PCR* testing for COVID-19 for students who present with symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Here is the process: 

  • A student who is seen by the Student Health Center staff with COVID-19 like symptoms will have the PCR test (nasal swab) performed while in the Student Health Center. This test will be charged to the student's private health insurance. 
  • This test will then be sent by courier to Brooks Memorial Hospital accompanied by a medical order from one of the health care providers in the Student Health Center and a copy of the students private health insurance. 
  • While awaiting results, the student may be asked to self-quarantine in order to prevent any potential spread of COVID-19. The Student Health Center will help with this process to get the student settled and ensure all needs are being met. 
  • Once the results are known, the student will be contacted directly by the Student Health Center. 
*PCR = Polymerase Chain Reaction test used to diagnose people who are currently sick with COVID-19

SUNY Fredonia has reserved a residence hall for on-campus (residential) students for quarantine and isolation. For students living off-campus in Chautauqua County, the Chautauqua County Health Department will provide for the needs of students (who the Health Department orders into isolation or quarantine) who cannot isolate or quarantine at their residence.

For students living outside of Chautauqua County and/or engaged in distance learning only, please work with your local Health Department and contact the Student Health Center (716-673-3131 or health.center@fredonia.edu) so we can check-in and offer support, as needed.


COVID-19 Resources