Campus COVID-19 and Vaccination Status Report




Explanation Column

Employees vaccinated

94% / 100%

Total percentage who are vaccinated / Percentage who have responded

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 

  • 2 with significant exposure
  • 0 with symptoms


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 

Employee positive cases since 1/24/22 


Those active and those recovered 





Explanation Column

Adjunct faculty vaccinated

94% / 100%

Percentage of total adjuncts vaccinated / percentage of adjuncts reporting


*STUDENT NUMBERS: Will resume in Fall 2022.

Charts updated 6/6/22. 


General Information

Campus Information:

All employees and students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form prior to arrival on campus if you have COVID-19 related symptoms, have tested positive, or have had significant exposure to someone who has tested positive. 

Important vaccination information and resources can be found in this guide:

FAQs for spring 2022:

Masks must be worn inside every building. If it is your first time on campus. please come in the Caroline Hall door by the arches and get a mask. Anyone entering without a mask will be given one or be asked to leave if they do not comply.

  • We strongly discourage cloth masks. The Caroline Hall Desk, the Welcome Center (NDH lobby) and Aleah Drakes Office in Fidelis Hall has KN 95, 4-ply masks and 3-ply masks available for free distribution. You MUST wear a mask inside the campus buildings unless you are in your own office by yourself. This is imperative and must be followed strictly at all times.
  • Prospective students and their families may visit campus for safe, socially distanced events. 
  • Mount Mary's Commitment to Community pledge, outlining the safety practices required on campus, can be found here: Mount Mary University Community Commitment_Design.pdf.

Campus Resources:

  • Mount Mary's COVID-19 Task Force is led by co-chairs Kari Inda and Jennifer Dahlman. Members include Kara Groom, Hannah Sternig and April Forray.
  • Mount Mary's wellness indicator chart: Mount Mary Indicators of Wellness (PDF)
  • All campus administrative offices are accessible by telephone and email. Visit the directory here.
  • Our web page COVID Updates contains up-to-date information on the status of the university. 



Student Information

Reporting COVID-19:

All students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form prior to arrival on campus if you have COVID-19 related symptoms, have tested positive, or have had significant exposure to someone who has tested positive.


Academic Resources:

Support Services:

  • Private mental health counseling is available in-person and remotely. Contact to request an appointment. 
  • There are emergency funds available to provide financial support. For more information about the emergency grant process and application, go to:
  • Access to Mount Mary’s Food pantry services are available to students; non-perishable items and gift cards for perishable items are available. Personal hygiene items, including toothpaste, shampoo, and soap, are also available. Contact
  • Domestic violence resources can be found here
  • Many resources to support online learning are available and are listed on MyMountMary.

Forms & Documents

All employees and students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form if exposure, symptoms, or positive test are noted. This must be done prior to arrival on campus.



  • Masks:
    Currently Mount Mary requires mask wearing in all indoor spaces (this means cover your nose and mouth completely).
  • Exposure:
    Per CDC guidelines, if you are exposed to someone with COVID you must fill out the COVID Symptom Screening Form (see above) and remain off campus until contacted by a Mount Mary Representative.
  • Testing Locations:
    If you are in need of finding a testing location, go
     here. Some require appointments, vehicles or walk-ins. You can see details and call the different testing sites to have your questions answered.  
  • Transportation for Testing:
    If you are in need of a ride to or from testing locations, this is the
     Uber link and this is the Lyft link. The Milwaukee County Transit System also operates bus routes #57 and #60 along 92nd Street and Burleigh Street that stop near Mount Mary and connect you to various parts of the city. This is the link to  MCTS.
  • Paying for Tests:
    If you are getting tested for COVID, as result of an MMU request to quarantine, and there is an out-of-pocket cost that you cannot cover, please be in touch with Keri Alioto at

Thanks for doing your part to keep yourselves, your families and our university community safe. If you have any COVID-19 related questions please reach out to Hannah Sternig at or (414) 930-3303.

Signs and Posters

COVID-19 Resources