Cases Reported Across Campus Network 

Due to Webster University's distributed model, with campuses on four continents and a global online network, the positive COVID-19 cases reported below are segmented by location and remote/online settings. Webster moved to modified, remote operations at all locations in March 2020 and remained so for the summer 2020 term. In fall 2020, return to in-person operations varied by location and local guidelines.

The table below differentiates positive cases when an individual (student, staff or faculty member) was studying/working on a campus around the time of their positive test, and cases involving community members who were remote/online only and did not visit a campus during that time.

 

Cases since beginning of Fall 2022 term (last updated Aug. 30, 2022) Individuals studying/working on a campus Remote/online individuals
St. Louis (Webster Groves main campus), USA 10 0
Accra, Ghana 0 0
Geneva, Switzerland 0 0
Vienna, Austria 0 0
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 0 0
U.S. Extended campus locations 0 0
Cases since beginning of Fall 2021 term 
Individuals studying/working on a campus Remote/online individuals
St. Louis (Webster Groves main campus), USA 188 17
Accra, Ghana 7 1
Geneva, Switzerland 0 2
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 9 1
Vienna, Austria 1 0
U.S. Extended campus locations 1 0
Cases between beginning of Fall 2020 term and conclusion of Summer 2021 term
(last updated Aug. 24, 2021)
Individuals studying/working on a campus Remote/online individuals
St. Louis (Webster Groves main campus), USA 87 20
Accra, Ghana 2 3
Geneva, Switzerland 6 3
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 3 34
Vienna, Austria  3 1
U.S. extended locations 3 5

 

Total known cases across campuses worldwide since beginning of pandemic in March 2020 (both in-person and remote): 440