InformationCOVID-19

Westmont posts this information daily to keep the community updated about the number of positive COVID-19 cases reported on campus. 

Westmont COVID-19 Dashboard: December 1, 2020

Total number of active cases on campus

total number of positive cases since 8/1/2020

TOTAL NUMBER OF POSITIVE TEST RESULTS SINCE 9/19/2020

TOTAL NUMBER OF TESTS PERFORMEd

Positivity Rate

0

10

6

2483

0.24164%

Warrior Strong Our COVID-19 Plans

On Tuesday, November 17, Santa Barbara County moved back into the Purple Tier, the most restrictive one, because of a rising number of COVID-19 cases in the region. This means that Westmont must move all classes outside or to remote learning except for some labs and studio classes. 

We encourage everyone to continue being vigilant and following all the safety protocols that have kept our community safe and well. Students, faculty and staff have all risen to the occasion, and we continue to be free of active cases on campus. Thank you all so much for showing such care for each other and for yourselves. Let's stay strong, mask up and Protect the Mont!

A Thanksgiving Message/ Return to Campus 

#ProtecttheMont President's Message

Update from Jason Tavarez 

Masked and Mighty 

Westmont joins countywide healthcare and education partners as a member of the “Masked and Mighty” campaign to educate, unite and incentivize improving the health and economy in Santa Barbara County while reducing the transmission of COVID-19.

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Warriors – Mask Up!

When it comes to face masks, Westmont has you covered! In fact, Westmont has expanded its face covering options to include four different designs to show your Warrior pride while following state and county health requirements. The face masks are FREE to all students, faculty and staff at the admissions lobby of Kerrwood Hall. Alumni and parents may purchase one through the Westmont Bookstore. The fabric, which meets CDC requirements for COVID-19 protection, is incredibly comfortable and breathable, and easily washable. Remember, true Warriors smile with their eyes.

We're all in it together to #protectthemont.

The safety of our Westmont community remains our highest priority. With discipline and commitment, we'll get through this together.