Coronavirus Cases

Confirmed Cases

Last update: July 10, 2020

This list represents Sam Houston State University faculty, staff or students who have known, confirmed cases of COVID-19 and may have been present on campus during the time of their infection. Date reported is the date the positive case was reported to the university and posted on this site. 

If you have tested positive of COVID-19 and a member of the university community (faculty, staff, student), please report your test result.

Case #GenderAgeDate Reported
76 Female 20-29 07/10/2020
75 Male 10-19 07/10/2020
74 Female 20-29 07/10/2020
73 Female 20-29 07/09/2020
72 Female 20-29 07/09/2020
71 Male 20-29 07/09/2020
70 Male 20-29 07/09/2020
69 Female 30-39 07/09/2020
68 Female 20-29 07/07/2020
67 Male 50-59 07/07/2020
66 Male 40-49 07/07/2020
65 Female 20-29 07/07/2020
64 Male 20-29 07/06/2020
63 Male 20-29 07/06/2020
62 Female 20-29 07/06/2020
61 Female 20-29 07/06/2020
60 Female 20-29 07/06/2020
59 Female 30-39 07/06/2020
58 Female 20-29 07/06/2020
57 Female 20-29 07/02/2020
56 Female 20-29 06/30/2020
55 Male 20-29 06/30/2020
54 Male 20-29 06/30/2020
53 Male 20-29 06/30/2020
52 Male 20-29 06/30/2020
51 Female 10-19 06/30/2020
50 Female 20-29 06/29/2020
49 Male 60-69 06/29/2020
48 Male 30-39 06/29/2020
47 Female 20-29 06/26/2020
46 Female 20-29 06/26/2020
45 Male 20-29 06/25/2020
44 Female 10-19 06/25/2020
43 Male 20-29 06/25/2020
42 Male 20-29 06/25/2020
41 Female 10-19 06/25/2020
40 Female 10-19 06/25/2020
39 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
38 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
37 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
36 Female 20-29 06/24/2020
35 Female 20-29 06/24/2020
34 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
33 Female 20-29 06/24/2020
32 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
31 Male 20-29 06/24/2020
30 Male 20-29 06/23/2020
29 Female 20-29 06/23/2020
28 Female 20-30 06/23/2020
27 Male 20-29 06/22/2020
26 Male 20-29 06/22/2020
25 Male 20-29 06/22/2020
24 Male 20-29 06/22/2020
23 Male 20-29 06/22/2020
22 Female 20-29 06/22/2020
21 Female 50-59 06/22/2020
20 Female 50-60 06/22/2020
19 Male 50-60 06/22/2020
18 Female 20-29 06/21/2020
17 Female 20-29 06/21/2020
16 Male 20-29 06/21/2020
15 Male 20-29 06/21/2020
14 Male 40-50 06/19/2020
13 Male 20-29 06/18/2020
12 Male 20-29 06/17/2020
11 Female 20-29 06/17/2020
10 Male 40-50 06/17/2020
9 Male 20-30 06/17/2020
8 Male 20-30 06/16/2020
7 Male 20-30 06/16/2020
6 Male 20-30 06/16/2020
5 Female 10-19 06/16/2020
4 Male 20-30 06/15/2020
3 Male 20-30 06/15/2020
2 Male 20-30 06/15/2020
1 Male 60-70 03/25/2020

Medical Privacy

To protect medical privacy, SHSU legally cannot release personal information about any students or university community members who are being monitored or tested for novel coronavirus, including their location. When a university community member is diagnosed with COVID-19, the relevant local health department and the university initiate appropriate protocols to protect the health and privacy of anyone deemed to be at risk.

What if I was exposed to one of these positive cases?

Under the Texas Health Trace program, a DSHS team is conducting contact tracing for any close contact of these individuals and working with university officials as needed.

Any individuals who have been identified as a possible exposure will be contacted and advised of recommended testing and quarantine procedures.

The university has enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes in place for areas where a known exposure has occurred and will employ those procedures under the direction of emergency management.

All individuals should continue to actively monitor their health and follow guidance for preventing the spread of the virus.

Where can I access official information about COVID-19 confirmed cases in my area?

What should I do if I am experiencing symptoms or tested positive?

If you experience symptoms and have been in contact with a person with COVID-19 or you live in or have recently traveled to an area with ongoing spread, seek medical advice by calling to a healthcare professional. Students can make an appointment at Student Health Services by calling 936-294-1805. The Student Health Center will perform a COVID screen over the phone and arrange a testing appointment for you as indicated.

Students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors who have been exposed, have symptoms of possible COVID-19, or have recently tested positive should register for contact tracing through Texas Health Trace

Monitor the CDC website for more information about the symptoms or what to do if you experience these symptoms.