Seton Hall University

Reported Cases

The health and safety of our students, faculty, priests, staff, and administrators are of paramount importance. Known cases of COVID-19 among the Seton Hall community are shared below. Details are limited due to reasons of health privacy.

5 Day Average of New Cases:  2.2
Spring 2022 Positive Cases: 228
Spring 2022 Tests Administered: 1,456
Total Reported Cases* at Seton Hall University: 1,169
Total Tests* Administered: 19,000


* Figures represent cumulative cases since the start of the pandemic (March 1, 2020) and will also appear within each host community’s reported total figures. Last Updated:  Thursday, May 19

The appropriate public health department officials and Seton Hall University’s Health Services are immediately notified of cases and gather all pertinent information from affected individuals. The University works to ensure to contact anyone who may need to be interviewed. More information on our reporting protocols is available on our Tracking and Response page.

Individuals who test positive are provided isolation protocol information, and contacts of infected individuals are provided quarantine information. The University also makes isolation and quarantine space available to resident students. 

We understand that these updates may prompt additional questions. Thank you for your patience as we address your questions and concerns in this rapidly evolving situation. Please remember to regularly consult the Community Communications. We are in this together. Please keep all affected nations, people, and students in your prayers throughout these difficult times.