Spring 2021 Dashboard: Positive Tests

This page will be updated regularly with confirmed positive tests for COVID-19. Last updated on August 13th North Carolina A&T is tracking 12,250 tests since Jan. 1 for an overall positivity rate of 4.62 percent, and a positive rate of 1.20 percent in the most recent reporting period.

The list below represents North Carolina A&T faculty, staff or students who have confirmed positive tests and have been present on campus during the dates specified. It is based on cases reported to the university and verified by the Student Health Center. It does not include individuals who are self-quarantining without a confirmed diagnosis. 

 Community Member

Positives* (August 11th - August 12th)

Cumulative** (Since Jan. 1)







* Positives represents the number of students and employees who have newly tested positive for COVID-19 and been on campus during the period specified. Additional positive tests are being tracked of individuals who were not on campus.

** Cumulative represents the total number of students and employees who have tested positive and were physically on campus at N.C. A&T since Jan. 1, 2021.

The number of individuals testing positive has risen at A&T in late September and through October as the university deployed its most aggressive testing period yet. Still, the infection rate remains low among both students and employees, below the Greensboro and state infection rates and below what many other campuses around North Carolina are experiencing. 


Reference this page section for new and archived information regarding COVID-19 clusters on the North Carolina A&T campus.

Contact Tracing

We are working closely with local health department officials to ensure notifications are made quickly to those who may have come in contact with those who tested positive for COVID-19 so they can be directed as to their next steps. We are grateful for the health department’s partnership and expertise in this situation.

How to Report a Positive Diagnosis

If you are a student, faculty or staff member who is diagnosed with COVID-19, please contact the Student Health Center to notify the University and follow the direction of your healthcare provider.