COVID Counts

Crowder College COVID-19 data

The data included in this chart represent known Crowder faculty, staff and students who have been present on campus in recent weeks and either tested positive with COVID-19 (isolation) or have been deemed a close contact and have been asked to quarantine. The numbers are a running total and are updated weekly. The Covid counts numbers below reflect total numbers for the spring semester since January 31, 2022.


Active Reports:


Recovered Reports:


Total Positive COVID tests:


updated February 14,  2022

Active: All persons currently in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure.
Recovered: All persons who have completed isolation or quarantine.
Total Positive COVID test: A running total of all persons who have tested positive for COVID-19.

Privacy Statement

To protect individuals’ private health information, Crowder will not identify employees or students diagnosed with COVID-19.

How to Report a Case

If you are not feeling well, have/had a temperature at or above 100.4 degrees, or are experiencing any of the symptoms identified as COVID-19 related symptoms, please stay home, seek medical attention, and contact your supervisors/instructors.

Crowder is tracking all active or potentially active cases of COVID-19 as a way to stay informed and help minimize the spread of the illness. If you have been a close contact to someone with COVID-19, are exhibiting COVID-related symptoms, are awaiting a test result, or have tested positive for COVID-19, please submit a report at Once the report is received, someone from the College will reach out to you to discuss your status and appropriate follow-up procedures.

Crowder’s Response

If a Crowder employee or student tests positive, the College will ask that individual to provide a list of employees or students with whom they came into “close contact” with prior to the positive test (the Incubation Period). The CDC generally defines “close contact” as being within six (6) feet of someone for at least fifteen (15) minutes, or having direct contact with infectious secretions from someone with a COVID-19 case (e.g., being coughed on). The employer will also request that the affected employee identify all areas on campus where he or she was physically present during the Incubation Period. This information will be used to aid in contract tracing.