COVID-19 Response

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is working diligently to ensure the safety of our Drover community. By design, USAO’s close-knit nature means that we have an ability to maintain a safe learning environment without unduly affecting student success. By continuing to follow the guidelines in place, we can reduce the spread of COVID-19 together. 

COVID-19 Weekly Report: nov. 24, 2020

3 - Known Total Active Cases

3 - Active Student Cases

0 - Active Non-Student Cases

This figure represents only active positive cases among the campus community that are self-reported to the University. The USAO campus community is defined as those enrolled in classes, employed by the university or permanently housed on campus, whether they are a student, staff, faculty or vendor. Confidentiality laws prohibit us from disclosing individuals’ identities.

State of Oklahoma data

Chickasha Data 

Grady County Data

report a covid-19 case

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma follows the guidance of the Grady County Health Department in our response to a positive diagnosis on campus. Faculty, staff and students who test positive, should inform the Dean of Students. Names of individuals testing positive will not be released. 

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