The Cleveland Institute of Art’s COVID-19 Dashboard is a source of information for our community that will illustrate and track infections and help inform decision-making related to campus operations. It will be updated each Tuesday, allowing the College to share campus health trends while protecting individuals' rights to privacy.
Additionally, we will use information provided by the State of Ohio, looking at both county and state trends.
Please note: CIA works with University Hospitals and Case Western Reserve University on its COVID-related protocols with the protection of the entire community in mind. Anyone who tests positive is asked to self-isolate and will not be permitted access to College facilities until it is safe for them to return. CIA follows CDC guidelines to determine when someone may safely return from isolation or quarantine.
Updated: September 22, 2020, 11am
Current Active Cases reflects the number people who have tested positive and are in isolation or quarantine on or off campus as of the date of the report.
Cases currently being monitored based on whether the student, staff or employee lives on campus (residential) or off-campus (non-residential).
Cases include student, faculty and staff members who reported that they were on campus at some point during the incubation period, prior to their positive COVID-19 test.
If a student or employee reports a positive diagnosis, these protocols will be put into place. Additional details can be found on our Fall Planning page.
|If a student is diagnosed||
The student should contact CWRU Health & Counseling Services and CIA Student Affairs.
Residential students will be relocated to isolation housing.
Off-campus students should self-isolate. Contact tracing will be done.
Per CDC guidelines, the student will be allowed to re-enter the CIA educational building after the recommended isolation period is complete and when healthcare officials have deemed it safe to do so.
|If an employee is diagnosed||
The employee should contact Human Resources and their supervisor.
The person should self-isolate.
The employee's healthcare provider will perform contact tracing.
Per CDC guidelines, employee will be allowed to re-enter CIA facilities after the recommended isolation period is complete and healthcare providers have deemed it safe to do so.