New student cases
Any new confirmed cases since last reported by Student Affairs
Active COVID student cases
Total cases that have not returned to school
Students currently in quarantine with NO positive diagnosis:
Includes those who have received a red light on their health screening, who may have had a significant exposure, and those who are awaiting test results.
Total student positive cases since 8/24/20
Those active and those recovered
New employee cases
Any new confirmed cases since last reported by HR
Active COVID employee cases
Total cases that have not returned to work
Employees currently in quarantine with NO positive diagnosis
Includes those who have received a red light on their health screening, who may have had a significant exposure, and those who are awaiting test results
Total employee positive cases since 8/24/20
3-month supply of gloves, masks, disinfectant and hand sanitizer
This is considered safe by healthcare experts
Student numbers have been suspended on Dec. 23, 2020 and will resume upon return to campus in January, 2021. Employee numbers are current as reported to Mount Mary University.
As of Nov. 30, students have participated in remote learning. The numbers recorded here indicate those who have come to campus and have self-reported their diagnosis.
Faculty and Employee Information
CAMPUS INFORMATION (updated 10/29/20)
In Milwaukee, the Wisconsin National Guard is conducting free COVID-19 testing for anyone age 5 and older, regardless of symptoms. Drive-thru and walk-up testing is available. More details about testing dates and times can be found here: https://bit.ly/3hhdL9q
Students must fill out the health survey before coming to campus each day. If you must report a diagnosis or have concerns, contact COVID-19 Response Coordinator Amy Dedow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency technology requests:
In response to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the university is making available a small number of laptops and wireless internet hotspots for students who do not have access to a computer or internet service off-campus.
Two internet packages are offered to qualified students for as little as $5-15 per month:
Scheduling virtual meetings:
In order to help better coordinate the large number of virtual meetings and events that the campus is conducting given current circumstances, a new process for posting and viewing events of interest to the campus has been developed.
Although this process uses SpaceFinder, which is our normal method of booking spaces for events, the Campus Events space isn't tied to a physical room. We hope that by creating this space for you to post events, we can help to prevent the issue of Zoom calls and other events of interest for the campus community from being scheduled in conflict with other events.
Viewing and Submitting Campus Events.pdf
From Human Resources:
Support: Private mental health counseling is available virtually/phone appointment. Contact email@example.com to request an appointment.
Reporting COVID-19:All employees must fill out the health survey daily. To report a diagnosis of or exposure to COVID-19, employees should contact April Forray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HEALTH FORMS (to be filled out daily prior to arrival on campus)
FROEDTERT TESTING INFORMATION (For students and all employees)
COURSE FORMAT CHANGE
If you need to ask for a change to your course format, complete the form below:
CAMPUS PLEDGEThe university has enacted precautionary measures to keep our campus safe. This commitment to caring for one another is shared by everyone in the Mount Mary community, including students, employees and visitors.
Mount Mary University Community Commitment_Design.pdf
COVID Task Force Policy Guidelines
Resources Used in COVID-19 Policy.pdf
Campus Reopening Plan (approved by the City of Milwaukee Health Department 8/19/20):
2020_Health_Department_Appeal_Mount Mary University 8-18-20.docx
We know these are difficult times, so we've compiled a list of prayers, positive stories, and creative resources to uplift you and provide hope during the days ahead.
Be safe. Stay strong. #MountMarySpirit
Here are resources for the Oct. 30 presentation by Rita Burlingame-Toppen:
Learn more about the virus