COVID-19 Testing Data Dashboard

On Sept. 2, 2020, Binghamton University began conducting COVID-19 surveillance testing of all students.
The testing data reported below include daily results of all tests conducted by Binghamton University at its rapid-testing site in Old Union Hall. The data also include the results of tests conducted at other sites, such as the New York state testing site on campus or through local healthcare providers. These test results are added to the total on the day that the results
were received.  
Clarification: As per a clarification memorandum from SUNY on Sept. 14, the campus threshold for going fully remote is 100 positive tests in a two-week period. The first two-week period ended Sept. 11 and the current two-week period is
Sept. 12 to Sept. 25. This means that the count of positive tests toward this threshold was reset to zero
on Sept. 12. Updated 8:15 p.m. – Sept. 18

Surveillance testing results for Sept. 18

Daily results from our on-campus Surveillance COVID-19 site, testing Monday thru Friday.


Total Tests


Positive Tests


Positive Tests


Negative Rate

Surveillance testing results (Cumulative since Sept. 2)

Cumulative results from on-campus surveillance COVID-19 testing site.


Total Tests


Positive Tests


14-day moving 


Self-reported testing results 

Students, faculty and staff who work or study on campus who had an off-campus postive test confirmed by the University between Sept. 12 and Sept. 25.


Positive Tests

Decker Student Health Services

Students who showed symptoms and had a test done by Decker Student Health Services between Sept. 12 and Sept. 25.


Positive Tests

NY Higher Education Threshold 

Total number of faculty, staff and students who are on campus (either live, take a class or work on campus) who have tested positive.
14-day cumulative number. This two-week period is Sept. 12 – Sept. 25. (The NY HIgher Education Threshold for going online is 100 positive cases.)


Move-in testing of all residential students

Tests given from Aug. 19 through Aug. 25.


Total Tests


Positive Tests


Positive Rate


Negative Tests

*Everyone who tests positive is required to isolate as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and New York State
Department of Health guidelines.

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