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Coronavirus Updates

Coronavirus Updates

Confirmed Cases Reported to UTSA

The health and safety of our Roadrunners is paramount. UTSA is closely monitoring active cases on campus to determine the impact on our campus community and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 as much as possible.

In an effort to keep the Roadrunner community informed about the presence of COVID-19 positive cases on campus, UTSA will provide regular updates regarding the number of positive cases with direct campus impact and the number of students quarantined in student housing.

Positive Cases With Direct Campus Impact










Students Currently in Isolation/Quarantine

On Campus Housing


Last updated: September 22, 2020
Tables show cumulative data since August 24,2020 (the first day of the fall semester). Data is updated Monday—Friday by 4:00 p.m.


  • Positive Case: Individuals who have received a positive COVID-19 test result.
  • Direct Campus Impact: Individuals who have been on the UTSA campus within two days of the onset of COVID-19 symptoms or receiving a positive COVID-19 test.
  • Students: Students enrolled for the current semester.
  • Faculty/Staff: Individuals who are employed by the university. Data for students that are employed in some capacity by UTSA is reflected in the student column of this dashboard.
  • Others: Individuals affiliated with the university, such as contractors.
  • See UTSA’s Housing and Residence Life’s protocols for isolation and quarantine.

Individuals who have been in close contact with a positive case on campus will be contacted by a university representative for contact tracing.

UTSA is committed to protecting the personal health information of our community. All information shared adheres to privacy standards. Data for this website is compiled from Student Health Services, Occupational Health, and from self-reporting. Positive case data is also shared with the San Antonio Metropolitan Health Department. Since some of the information is self-reported, confirmation of the results of each test cannot be definitively verified.