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COVID Dashboard

COVID-19 Dashboard

This dashboard represents all available data on all three Pace University campuses. It is updated each evening and includes all data from the previous day. 

Last updated: May 2, 2021, at 2:53 p.m.


New York State COVID-19 Report Cards

New York State’s COVID-19 Report Cards are available online for each Pace University campus. Please note that the information reflected on the COVID-19 Report Cards reflects information at noon that day. Also testing data is only representative of on-campus testing and quarantine/isolation.


Data by Campus


Alert Levels

In addition to providing daily updated data, a color-coded alert level system has been adopted to more easily understand the climates of our campuses. Learn more about each alert level.


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New York City Campus

Tested (May 2, 2021): 0
Testing the Past Week (May 2-May 8): 667
Testing in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 1,560
Total On-Campus Tests Spring 2021: 14,125
Total On-Campus Tests to Date1: 19,130

New Positives (May 2, 2021): 0
New Positives by Week (May 2-May 8): 0
Confirmed New On-Campus  Positives in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2)2: 10
Total Positives since January 1, 2021: 63
Positivity Rate in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 0.64%
Percentage of Positives Tested: 0.45%

Number in Isolation or Quarantine in On-Campus Space3: 1

Percentage of Remaining Quarantine/Isolation Capacity: 98%

Pleasantville Campus

Tested (May 2, 2021): 0
Testing the Past Week (May 2-May 8): 635
Testing in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 2,134
Total On-Campus Tests Spring 2021: 15,988
Total On-Campus Tests to Date1: 20,372

New Positives (May 2, 2021): 0
New Positives by Week (May 2-May 8): 0
Confirmed New On-Campus  Positives in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2)2: 5
Total Positives since January 1, 2021: 62
Positivity Rate in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 0.22%
Percentage of Positives Tested: 0.31%

Number in Isolation or Quarantine in On-Campus Space3: 2

Percentage of Remaining Quarantine/Isolation Capacity: 96%

Haub Law Campus

Tested (May 2, 2021): 0
Testing the Past Week (May 2-May 8): 52
Testing in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 109
Total On-Campus Tests Spring 2021: 846
Total On-Campus Tests to Date1: 1,333

New Positives (May 2, 2021): 0
New Positives by Week (May 2-May 8): 0
Confirmed New On-Campus  Positives in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2)2: 0
Total Positives since January 1, 2021: 8
Positivity Rate in Rolling 14 Day Period (April 19-May 2): 0%
Percentage of Positives Tested: 0.95%

Number in Isolation or Quarantine in On-Campus Space3: 0

Percentage of Remaining Quarantine/Isolation Capacity: 100%

1Note: These data reflect Pace’s testing programs for students, staff, and faculty on each Pace campus. The information on this page may also be inclusive of community members who undergo testing off-campus. Please note that due to test processing time, there may be a two-day delay between when a test is taken and when the results will appear on the dashboard. The data may be corrected as final test results are obtained.

2Note: Per Governor Cuomo's Updated Guidance for Infection Rates and Testing Protocols on College Campuses, this number tracks the positive case rate within a rolling 14-day period. This number reflects the positivity rate of cases among students in residential housing or those living in the greater New York area who are attending in-person classes, as well as positive cases among faculty and staff who are approved to come to Pace campuses.

3Note: Isolation/Quarantine numbers reflect those housed on campus in dedicated Isolation/Quarantine rooms or, where appropriate, in students’ own rooms. Capacity percentages are based only on use of dedicated Isolation/Quarantine rooms.

Understanding Pace’s Alert Levels 

Pace utilizes alert levels of Green, Yellow, Orange and Red to determine COVID safety measures on its campuses.  Although the metrics used by Pace to determine these levels do not mirror the metrics used by New York State in identifying its color coded “Clusters,” Pace’s metrics are more conservative than those utilized by the State. For example, if a Pace campus is located in a New York Cluster Action Initiative area, the campus will at least meet, and most likely exceed, State required restrictions in cluster zones. 

Green: New Normal

COVID-19 cases are rare and transmission is controlled.

What to expect:
  • Practice everyday precautions: physical distancing, face coverings required, hand washing.
  • Combination of in-person, HyFlex, and online learning.
  • Capacity for on-campus spaces at 25% or less.
  • Student gatherings are to not exceed posted room capacities that reflect social distancing indoors; outdoor gatherings must be fewer than 50 people with face covering and distancing precautions.
  • Visitors are permitted only for certain approved activities, and only with pre-registration.

Yellow: Low to Moderate Risk

Incidence of the COVID-19 remains low, but indicators show increased, or potential for, increase in transmission.

What to expect:
  • Practice everyday precautions: physical distancing, face coverings required, hand washing.
  • Combination of in-person, HyFlex, and online learning.
  • Frequency of testing may be increased for some populations.
  • Pace may further reduce capacity of on-campus spaces.
  • Student gatherings are to not exceed posted room capacities that reflect social distancing indoors and are not to exceed 10 people; outdoor gatherings must be of fewer than 20 people with face covering and distancing precautions.
  • Visitors are permitted only for certain approved activities, and only with pre-registration.

Orange: Moderate Risk

Incidence of COVID-19 has increased above baseline modeling and indicators show rates of infection are increasing.

What to expect:
  • Practice everyday precautions: physical distancing, face coverings required, hand washing.
  • Frequency of testing may be increased for some populations.
  • Additional steps will be taken to de-densify campus and may include:
    • Moving all classes online and requiring students to stay in their private residential rooms or suites, except to get food or go for testing.
    • Asking faculty and staff who previously returned to campus to work remotely.
  • Prohibiting gatherings of any size— instructional or non-instructional—until transmission rates decrease.
  • Visitors are not allowed on campus and travel is strongly discouraged.

Red: Suspension of In-Person Operations

Significant increase in COVID-19 incidence with limited quarantine, isolation, and/or local hospital capacity.

What to expect:
  • Practice everyday precautions: physical distancing, face coverings required, hand washing.
  • Frequency of testing may be increased for some populations.
  • Campus will be shut down:
    • Classes are online only.
    • Campus is restricted to essential operations; only residential students and employees needed to support residential students or essential research and clinical activities will be allowed on campus.
    • On-campus students must remain in their private residential rooms or suites (except to receive meals or for testing) until such time as it is safe for them to return home. Provisions will be made for students who cannot safely return to their homes.
    • No gatherings of any size are permitted.
  • Visitors are not allowed on campus and travel is strongly discouraged.

For more information about Pace’s COVID-19 tracking, please contact our Coronavirus Coordinator. For press inquiries, please contact Marie Boster at mboster@pace.edu.