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Confirmed COVID-19 Cases On-Campus (Since July 1, 2021)

Last updated October 18, 2021

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases (January 2020 - June 2021)

This data is made available to inform our CUI community about the number of laboratory-confirmed positive cases that have been reported to the Wellness Center and Human Resources. Data shown reflects self-reports from persons who were on campus at the time of infection. Persons who were identified as close contacts will be notified and given further instructions and support. To protect the privacy of the individuals affected, we are not in a position to provide additional information. It’s important to note that CUI will not send out emails each time a case or suspected case of COVID-19 is reported. Instead, the dashboard will be updated when each confirmed case is reported.

For all other inquiries, please contact [email protected].

Keeping our Community Safe


All employees, students, and campus guests, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, are required to wear face coverings in all indoor campus settings, including the cafeteria and Eagles’ Landing, except when eating. We highly encourage all unvaccinated employees to wear N-95 masks, which are available upon request from Human Resources. We will continue to monitor the cases on campus and in Orange County, and the mask mandate will be reevaluated prior to September 17, 2021.


Vaccine Champion University

All CUI students and employees are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please note, the choice to vaccinate lies with each individual and receiving the vaccine is not a requirement for attending classes, living in the residence halls, or for employment with Concordia.

If You're Already Vaccinated

All CUI students attending classes or activities on campus are asked to upload proof of vaccination at least one week prior to coming to campus. Please use the link provided below to upload vaccine records.

Upload Vaccine Info

By when should I upload my vaccine record?

  • Residential students: a week before move-in
  • Non-residential students: a week before any in-person class or on-campus activity

If You're Not Vaccinated

Unvaccinated (or not fully vaccinated) international students and students living or traveling abroad in Summer 2021 must fulfill a 7-day quarantine prior to attending any on-campus events or classes.

  • International students: Contact the Moon International Center for more information at [email protected].
  • Green card, U.S. citizens, or those traveling abroad: Contact the Wellness Center at [email protected] or (949) 214-3102.

Vaccine Resources

Individuals can register and search for appointments on several available vaccine registration platforms.

  • Contact your PCP or insurance health group
  • Orange County Public Health sign-up: Othena
  • California sign-up page: My Turn
  • Pharmacies including CVS, Rite Aid, and Walgreens are also offering appointments

COVID-19 Testing

Home test kits are available to all students and employees through the Orange County Health Care Agency. After selecting OC Schools, choose the appropriate option (I am Staff, I am a student above 18, I am a student below 18). Results are generally available within 48 hours. This free test resource is a self-collected PCR test that uses a saliva sample.

Once an individual has registered, test kits can be picked up at the Wellness Center, or the kit can be mailed to you directly.

Rapid antigen tests are also available in the Wellness Center for symptomatic students.

Symptom Checking


It is recommended that all CUI students take their temperature and complete a daily health assessment. Resident students should perform these checks before leaving the residence hall in the morning, and commuter students are asked to conduct temperature and symptom checking before coming to campus. Download the self-screening app #CampusClear and answer questions daily. It takes less than 10 seconds to answer the self-screening questions. Students who report symptoms will be advised to stay home until contacted by the Wellness Center for assessment and guidance.

Athletes have a separate reporting tool that meets the NCAA guidance, called ARMS COVID-19. Student athletes who report symptoms will be contacted by an athletic trainer and referred to the Wellness Center, as needed. Contact your coach if you have questions regarding set-up and protocol.

How to Report Self-Illness

Fill out the #CampusClear app or contact the Wellness Center at (949) 214-3102 or [email protected].

If you are ill, but your symptoms are unrelated to COVID-19 symptoms, stay home and notify your professors that you are unable to attend class due to illness.

If a student exhibits any of the symptoms indicated on the CDC website or app, they should not come to class or attend other campus activities. Likewise, commuter students should not come to campus. Contact the Wellness Center and your medical provider immediately for further instructions.

For Employees to Report Exposure to or a Positive COVID-19 Test Result

If you have been identified as a close contact (within six feet for fifteen minutes or longer) of a positive Covid-19 case or if you have tested positive yourself, please click on the link below to submit a report to Human Resources. A Human Resources representative will contact you to provide you with instructions regarding quarantine and isolation protocols and to answer any additional questions you may have.

COVID Reporting

Quarantine & Isolation

The Wellness Center will follow the Orange County Health officer's Orders & Recommendations pertaining to isolation and quarantine of persons who are identified as having COVID-19 infection or close contacts of infected individuals. Vaccination status of affected individuals will have a significant impact on their restrictions.

For students living on campus, temporary rooms will be available to them along with meal deliveries.

On-Campus Students

Currently attending classes on campus and/or living in the residence halls at the time of infection.

On-Campus Employees

Regularly reported to work on campus at the time of infection. This also includes employees of contracted vendors.

On-Campus Guests

Family members of employees who reside in on-campus housing. Includes students and employees who visit the campus for certain events but do not come to campus regularly. Also includes guests who had physical or close contact with at least one person while on campus.


Total number of positive cases reported to CUI, beginning July 1, 2021.


Persons who test positive as reported by the health department, as reported by the Wellness Center, or as self-reported. They may be symptomatic or asymptomatic and are in isolation either on or off campus.


Persons who were previously identified as “active” and have met the criteria for ending isolation.


Persons who tested positive and have died.

On-Campus Cases

Includes both the main campus and the Park Place campus, both in Irvine.

Other Dashboards & Case Counts

Orange County
United States

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