Messiah University COVID-19 Dashboard

Messiah University COVID-19 Dashboard: Spring Semester 2022 

Total number of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on-campus 

The below data represent CUMULATIVE case totals for spring semester tracked starting Dec. 30, 2021 (the first day students were able to arrive on campus for the spring term) through April 29, 2022 (the final day of classes for the spring term). 

As of April 29, 2022

CUMULATIVE # of confirmed positive on-campus cases since 12/30/21 *


(combined undergraduate residential/commuter students and on-campus graduate students)





On-campus Vaccination Rates

As of April 29, 2022

% Fully vaccinated 

Overall on-campus population

78.2 %

Undergraduate students

(residential and commuter)

74.1 %

Graduate students



Full-time employees

(UG and GRAD faculty, staff, administrators)

90.0 %

Part-time employees

(UG and GRAD faculty, staff, administrators)


Understanding the data

* Confirmed positive on-campus cases (defined as individuals having been on campus within 48 hours prior to the onset of symptoms): The above positive cases include undergraduate and graduate students who are living and/or studying on campus for the semsester and employees who are working physically on campus. Positive tests may have been administered by The Engle Center at Messiah or at another medical facility. In cases where a student or employee fails to disclose to the University that they have tested positive, the University will have no way of knowing and communicating that information. Accordingly, this dashboard includes positive cases that the University has been made aware of, or has conducted the testing for itself. 

On-campus vaccination rate: is reported based on the documentation of vaccination status as provided by students and employees via the secure Messiah University health portal.

The University has a steering team (The Messiah University Integration and Response Team) in place that is daily monitoring the status of Messiah’s COVID-19 testing and results and is coordinating the appropriate community health response in coordination with supporting campus offices and programs.


What to do if you're feeling sick

All Messiah students are required to immediately contact the Engle Center if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive for COVID-19. This allows the University's healthcare team to provide confidential care, support and help with next steps to protect and support individual and community health. Please notify the Engle Center via the Falcon Health COVID-19 Check-in form accessible via FalconLink.