COVID Dashboard

Report a possible COVID exposure to Sonoma State University

Case counts include those who self-reported to the university, cases identified through testing at the Student Health Center, and cases the university has received notice of through local health departments. This includes SSU students, faculty, and staff who may be working or learning remotely. All case information remains confidential in accordance with HIPAA privacy laws.

Total cases include all individuals with a positive COVID-19 test since March 2020. “On-campus” reflects those who were on campus within 48 hours of onset of symptoms or collection of a positive test, including on-campus residents and individuals with on-campus classes. Additionally, SSU only reports confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and not suspected or likely cases.

COVID-19 Case Counts at SSU

Community Population On-Campus Off Campus Total Cases 
Students 84 220 304
Faculty & Staff 31 47 78
Contractors 13 0 13


Fall 2021 On-Campus COVID Cases: December 25 to January 14

Community Population

Cases with an on-campus presence 

Population size estimate

Case Rate per 1,000 

Students 7 5,250 1.3
Faculty & Staff 8 650 12.3

Last updated January 14, 2021.

COVID-19 Vaccination Rates at SSU for the Fall Semester as of January 13, 2021
Population Group Status Percent of Total Population Percent of Population Reported
Students  Fully Vaccinated 92.06% 98.34% (1.66% not reported)
Exemptions 6.26%
Employees Fully Vaccinated


93.81% (6.19% not reported)
Exemptions 3.51%


COVID-19 Questionnaire

All students living on campus are required to complete a wellness screening each day. Non-residential students and all employees visiting or working on campus are required to complete a daily wellness screening every time they come to campus. 

You must report directly to or by calling (707)-664-COVI (2684), if you:

  • are ill and are getting tested 
  • are waiting on test results 
  • have received a positive COVID-19 test result 
  • have had close contact with an individual who has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 
  • have been asked to quarantine or isolate

Wellness Screening


Share Your COVID-19 Concerns

All students, employees, and visitors are expected to follow SSU's COVID-19 prevention practices and policies in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our campus community. If you have a concern about on-campus behavior, activities, or COVID-19 safety protocols, please share your concern with the COVID-19 Monitoring team using the survey below. You may remain anonymous.

Share Your Concern