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Sep 15

Special Notice Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic

Roaring Return

For important updates on Lindenwood University campus safety precautions and associated information from public health officials, please visit our Roaring Return page and the CDC's COVID-19 site. Complete the Initial Assessment Survey to report symptoms, exposure, or positive test results of COVID-19.

Confirmed Cases Reported to Lindenwood

UPDATED: 9/25/20, 7:15 a.m.

As the university continues to closely monitor COVID-19, and in compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, this page is being updated with Lindenwood University confirmed cases.

The following is a listing of confirmed cases of COVID-19 among employees and students who have been on a Lindenwood campus in the 30 days prior to their positive test result. These cases have been reported to the university.

Date Reportable Case Details
09/25/20 2 students, last on campus September 24
09/24/20 1 student, last on campus September 23
09/23/20 1 student, last on campus September 22
09/22/20 2 students, last on campus September 21
09/20/20 1 student, last on campus September 20
09/20/20 1 student, last on campus September 17
09/20/20 1 student, last on campus September 15
09/19/20 1 student, last on campus September 19
09/19/20 1 student, last on campus September 18
09/19/20 1 student, last on campus September 14
09/18/20 5 students, last on campus September 18
09/18/20 3 students, last on campus September 17
09/18/20 1 student, last on campus September 15
09/18/20 7 students, last on campus September 14
09/18/20 1 student, last on campus September 10
09/18/20 1 student, last on campus September 9
09/17/20 5 students, last on campus September 16
09/17/20 1 student, last on campus September 15
09/17/20 1 student, last on campus September 14
09/17/20 1 student, last on campus September 10
09/16/20 5 students, last on campus September 15
09/16/20 1 student, last on campus September 11
09/16/20 2 students, last on campus September 9
09/15/20 1 student, last on campus September 14
09/15/20 1 student, last on campus September 10
09/15/20 1 student, last on campus September 8
09/15/20 1 student, last on campus September 3
09/15/20 1 student, last on campus August 28
09/13/20 1 student, last on campus August 28
09/12/20 5 students, last on campus September 11
09/12/20 1 student, last on campus September 9
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 11
09/11/20 2 students, last on campus September 10
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 9
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 8
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 7
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 5
09/11/20 1 student, last on campus September 2
09/10/20 18 students, last on campus September 9
09/10/20 1 student, last on campus September 8
09/09/20 1 student, last on campus September 8
09/09/20 1 student, last on campus September 2
09/09/20 1 student, last on campus September 1
09/07/20 1 student, last on campus September 6
09/07/20 1 student, last on campus September 4
09/07/20 1 student, last on campus September 1
09/06/20 4 students, last on campus September 6
09/05/20 1 student, last on campus September 5
09/05/20 1 student, last on campus September 4
09/05/20 1 student, last on campus September 3
09/05/20 1 student, last on campus August 31
09/04/20 1 student, last on campus August 25
09/04/20 2 students, last on campus September 3
09/03/20 1 student, last on campus August 25
09/02/20 1 student, last on campus September 1
09/02/20 1 student, last on campus August 27
08/29/20 1 staff, last on campus August 27
08/28/20 3 students, last on campus August 28
08/22/20 2 students, last on campus August 21
08/21/20 1 student, last on campus August 20
07/27/20 1 student, last on campus July 22
07/17/20 1 employee, last on campus July 15

The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services will conduct contact tracing and will communicate with those who may have been in close contact with these individuals.

The safety of our Lindenwood community during this time is our primary concern. We take this opportunity to remind our community of important information regarding COVID-19. In an effort to slow the spread of the virus, we are requesting your immediate attention to and compliance with the following Lindenwood policies and recommendations – not only to ensure your own well-being, but the well-being of others:

  • Wear a cloth face covering or mask on campus at all times.
  • Engage in physical distancing and remain six (6) feet or more from others.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Complete a daily self-assessment including a check for symptoms, and a temperature check.
  • Monitor temperature for a fever above 100.4 degrees F (38 degrees C).
  • Stay home when ill or if other family members are ill.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Follow all Lindenwood University policies and protocols for the well-being of our entire campus community.

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for additional guidance.

Ongoing updates regarding Lindenwood's response to COVID-19 will be posted at:

Visit the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services to view test results by county and statewide.

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions

All members of our community must do their part to Protect the Pride and recognize our shared responsibility for the collective well-being and success of our Roaring Return to campus. By committing to these new behaviors and expectations, we all play a critical role to help ensure a safe, successful, and sustained return to campus this fall and beyond.

University Safety Protocols

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