COVID Update - End of the Semester Measures

As we shared in our COVID-19 update last week, we have continued to observe a significant increase in COVID-19 positivity in the District of Columbia as well as on campus. Over the past week, the positivity rate at the University increased from 2 percent to approximately 5 percent. Again, this increase is partly due to the impact of the BA.2 omicron subvariant. BA.2 is now the dominant strain in the United States, including in D.C. and on our campus.

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NEW NEW -- COVID-19 Campus Testing Dashboard

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), an opportunity for people and organizations across the country—including colleges and universities—to help raise awareness and learn more about the issue of sexual assault, its impact on individuals and communities, and how we can all help prevent it.

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Interpersonal Violence Prevention

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