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Campus COVID Statistics


The data below reflects information collected by Lipscomb Health Services. Data recorded below include the number of tests conducted in the Lipscomb clinic as well as results from tests that are conducted at off-campus testing sites. The total number of positive tests includes academy and university students, faculty and staff each week. Lipscomb COVID-19 dashboard data is updated weekly by 10 a.m. each Monday for the previous week’s data.  

Lipscomb University Health Services can administer both a rapid point of care test that will provide results within 15 minutes as well as the more traditional COVID-19 test that is sent to an off-site lab for analysis and provides results in 12-36 hours. 

COVID-19 Data Reported for February 20-16, 2021

Tests Administered
by Lipscomb Health Center†
Number of
Positive Tests*
Number of

Number in Quarantine/Isolation^

University Students
Academy Students

†Included in the number of COVID-19 tests is the weekly surveillance testing of residential students and symptomatic testing 

*Positive tests may have been administered by Lipscomb Health Center or another medical facility. NOTE: Residential students participate in surveillance testing each week and those numbers are reflected in the total. 

**Hospitalizations are self-reported.

^Number includes individuals who, during the time period listed, are in isolation due to a positive case or are in quarantine due to exposure to a positive case.  

^^Employee data includes both University and Academy employees. 

Tip of the Week

Hearing loss cannot always be prevented – sometimes it's just part of getting older. But hearing loss due to exposure to loud noises is completely avoidable. There are some simple things you can do to help stop loud noises from permanently damaging your hearing, no matter how old you are.

  • Avoid loud noises.
  • Take care when listening to music.
  • Protect your hearing during loud events and activities.
  • Take precautions at work.
  • Get your hearing tested. 

Find more detailed information about these tips and more here

Regional COVID Resources and Data