COVID-19 Dashboard

COVID-19 Dashboard

The New Normal

Alert Level


Alert level descriptions are below.
 More info on the SUNY Dashboard.

Active COVID-19 Cases
To Match the SUNY
Dashboard, All Data is
Since Aug.1, 2020
Active Student
Positives ON Campus
Active ASC Employee
Positive Cases
Active Student
Positives OFF Campus
1 4
Previous ASC Employee
Cases Resolved
Previous Student
Cases Resolved
74 267
Employee Case Details Student Case Details

COVID-19 Testing Since August 1


Forms of Testing

Positives by Test

PCR Tests

PCR Tests



Point of Care

Point of Care



Other | Tests On Campus

Other | On and Off-Campus



Weekly Pool Testing by SUNY Upstate Medical

Cumulative Number
of Samples

Cumulative Pools
Found Positive



ASC Testing Details

 COVID-19 Response
  Local Medical Centers - GREEN
0 ASC cases in need of hospitalization
Adequate bed capacity available in hospitals
Area U of R hospitals include the new St. James in Hornell opened March 2020, Jones Memorial in Wellsville, and Noyes Health in Dansville. ECMC is within three minutes of the Northland campus.
  Quarantine - GREEN
students in quarantine on-campus
11 students in quarantine off campus
ASC has reserved Getman Hall with 53 beds for on-campus quarantine. The college also has the ability to designate additional suites or entire residence halls that should be placed in precautionary quarantine as needed. 
  Isolation - GREEN
students in isolation on campus
students in isolation off campus
Four townhouses with 24 beds are reserved for on-campus isolation.
  Contact Tracing - GREEN
In coordination with the Allegany County Department of Health and other DOH offices that may be related to a case. ASC Health and Wellness initiates contact tracing for students and Human Resources works with employees.
Contact the ASC COVID-19 Hotline at 607-587-2619 or for more info.

COVID-19 Alert Level Descriptions

New Normal

Campus population infection rate is below 3.0% on a two-week average.

  • Practicing everyday precautions: face coverings, physical distancing, frequent hand washing
  • Daily self-screening and attestations
  • Adapted in-person learning
  • Reduced capacity for on-campus spaces
  • Restrictions on in-person activities, programs, and events
  • No external guests allowed in residence halls after move-in
  • Weekly pool testing

Elevated Risks

Campus population infection rate of 3.0% - 4.9% on a two-week average.

  • Campus shall reduce non-essential, in-person student activities gatherings (programs, events) to less than 10 people
  • Increased restrictions in residence halls including no internal guests
  • Expansion of testing

Disrupted Operations

Campus population infection rate of 5.0% - 9.9% on a two-week average.

  • Mandatory shelter in place for students with food delivered to residence halls or grab-and-go only (no in-person dining)
  • Selected non-essential staff is directed to telecommute
  • Switch to remote learning
  • Reductions in the population density of campus

Shut Down

Campus population infection rate of 10% or higher on a two-week average.

  • The campus will transition to remote instruction for the remainder of the semester and begin the closure of residence halls
  • Residential Services will use staggered move-out times over a 72-hour period to vacate the residence halls in an orderly fashion
  • Alfred State will again partner with a local storage company to offer students options in packing and storing belongings
  • Communication will remain fully transparent with immediate notices online and with active communication such as emails

Variables Used to Evaluate the Alert Level

Internal, on campus variables that influence alert level:

  • Severity of cases among population; this will be measured against our isolation housing capacity 
  • Significant increases in overall positivity rate as identified through pool testing / surveillance monitoring; this will be measured as  > 5% community infection of student population positive tests (COVID-19 test and weekly surveillance monitoring results)
  • Depletion of suitable PPE and inability to procure replacement supplies

External, regional variables that influence alert level:

  • Issuance of an order to close from NYS / SUNY; this is measured by region with specific metrics for hospital bed availability and infection rate
  • Reduced regional health care service availability/bed space in our own local hospitals in Hornell or Wellsville
  • Significant increases in confirmed positive test results at Alfred University or in the Alfred village/town community surrounding the campus