OSU-Tulsa COVID-19 Statistics Dashboard
Updated Feb. 15, 2022
on the OSU-Tulsa campus
on the OSU-Tulsa Campus
Total Active Cases
(Confirmed & Unconfirmed)
based on seven-day total
* OSU-Tulsa positive cases reflect results from cases reported to the OSU-Tulsa/OSU-CHS Student/Occupational Health Nurse and verified through testing at OSU Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa. All confirmed results are reported to the state health department and are counted as part of state and local COVID statistics. Self-reported numbers are provided for transparency and have not been independently confirmed.
** OSU-Tulsa positive cases include all OSU-Tulsa students, including those who are in online-only sections. A reported positive case does not necessarily mean that student has been on campus.
*** OSU-Tulsa shares some students, faculty and staff with OSU-Stillwater. OSU-Tulsa positive cases may be duplicated in OSU-Stillwater's data.
Reported Active Cases by On-campus Role
of approximately 2,500 OSU-Tulsa students, based on seven-day total
of approximately 280 OSU-Tulsa employees, based on seven-day total
OSU's online dashboard tracks COVID-19 testing data on the Stillwater campus. The dashboard represents a commitment to keep the campus safe by providing accurate information to the community on COVID-19 metrics monitored by medical and public health officials.
Tulsa Health Department
The Tulsa Health Department (THD) along with Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring this outbreak and implementing infection control and isolation protocols to prevent the spread of illness in Oklahoma.
When a positive case is reported
Positive Case at OSU-Tulsa
OSU-Tulsa's SAFE Campus/Cowboys Coming Back plan describes OSU-Tulsa's contact tracing methods and outreach. The OSU-Tulsa and OSU-CHS Compliance Office will handle contact tracing and notification according to nationally recognized guidelines.
When You Can Be Around Others
When you can be around others depends on different factors for different situations. Read the CDC website for the most up-to-date recommendations for your situation.