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Madonna COVID-19 Metrics 

We are committed to being transparent about COVID-19 cases at Madonna. The metrics below, as reported to the Chief Health Officer, will be updated weekly.

Week of Sept 20 - Sept. 26

-  Confirmed positive cases

45 -Tested

0  -  Isolating on campus

-  Isolating off campus

Fall 2020 Cumulative Totals

32 -  Confirmed positive cases

380 -Tested

COVID-19 Self-Screening App

Madonna University is excited to partner with ReturnSafe to provide an easy way to self-screen.
ReturnSafe App Overview and FAQ

There is also a web-based option for visitors or if you don't have a Smartphone:
Web-based ReturnSafe

Campus COVID-19 Update

Madonna University is committed to the safety of its students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community, and to the transparency of its reports related to the University’s COVID-19 statistics. The data shown here reflects the current situation, as reported to the Chief Health Officer, as well as the trend over time. These statistics will be updated before the end of the day each Monday (or Tuesday if Monday lands on a holiday).

Trends of COVID-19 for Fall 2020 Semester week 4

Explanation of Reported COVID-19 Numbers

Confirmed positive cases: This is the total number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases reported to the Chief Health Officer each week.

Tested:  This is the number of individuals who were tested at Madonna, or who provided documentation that they were tested off campus, reported to the Chief Health Officer each week.

Isolating on campus:  This is the number of individuals who received a positive test result and who were directed to isolate on campus by the Chief Health Officer during each week. Note that this does not include individuals who were requested to temporarily quarantine due to reported symptoms while waiting for test results.

Isolating off campus: This is the number of individuals who received a positive test result and who were directed to isolate off campus by the Chief Health Officer during each week. Note that this does not include individuals who were requested to temporarily quarantine due to reported symptoms while waiting for test results.

The cumulative totals for confirmed positive cases and tested are from the beginning of the Fall 2020 semester through the end of the most recent week reported.

Madonna University Campus Reopening Plan

Stay up-to-date on campus operations and health advisories related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) here.

Update: August 3, 2020
At Madonna University, we are committed to a safe return to campus, and the health and safety of our students, staff, faculty, and all in the campus community remains our top priority. Following the requirements from the federal, state, and county health departments, and the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and with input from eight University workgroups, a campus reopening plan has been developed to safely return to the University’s Livonia and Southfield campuses for the Fall Semester 2020.

In the spirit of St. Francis, the Madonna community is ready for another semester of respecting one another, caring for the environment, working for peace and justice, and pursuing education for truth and service. To that end, we are prepared to adapt swiftly to developments in the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what happens, rest assured that the Mission of Madonna University will be accessible for all.

We will continue to communicate regularly with the campus community through this webpage and email regarding any updates to the plan. 

Campus Reopening Plan Details - August 3, 2020

 
 

A Message To Our Alumni and Friends

Healthcare Heroes

from President Michael A. Grandillo

We are lifted up by our more than 50,000 alumni, friends, and religious members around the world who support us and send us their prayers. And I can tell you this: Madonna community members, especially alumni nurses, police officers; first responders, social workers, doctors, researchers, teachers, volunteers, and community activists, are doing everything they can in this fight against the virus. Even our nursing faculty members work in COVID-19 units on weekends. These heroic Crusaders embody the Madonna spirit and inspire generosity and commitment.

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Students and Faculty Resources for Online Course Delivery

Online resources are available on the Portal for students under the Students tab, and faculty under the Faculty tab. Visit MY Portal for details.

MY Portal
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Staff Resources for Working Remotely

Online tools and resources are available on the Portal for employees under the Employee Help tab. Visit MY Portal for details.

MY Portal