Operating Safely

Updated Mask Guidance

Effective September 9th: Masks are now mandatory indoors.

A message from Pitt-Titusville's interim-president:

Dear faculty and staff,

The CDC late yesterday moved Crawford County’s COVID1-19 community level to medium, which means masks are now optional on the Titusville campus, according to the university’s policy.

As we’ve seen throughout the duration of the pandemic, conditions often change frequently. I appreciate your flexibility and ask that you continue to be vigilant to protect yourself and others.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,
Rick Esch

Updated Mask Guidance

Effective June 10th: Masks are now optional indoors. In light of the CDC’s recent changes to mask guidance, the Healthcare Advisory Group has updated the University’s mask guidance to incorporate key features of the CDC guidance.

The Pitt-Titusville COVID-19 Dashboard provides an overview of COVID-19 cases on the Titusville campus. The dashboard is updated twice weekly, and shows the number of positive tests per day, active cases in isolation, and cumulative positive tests since August 1 among our campus population.

Last updated September 26th, 2022

  Total number of positive
cases since September 13, 2021
Active cases
in isolation
Students 4 0
Faculty/Staff 6 0

*Only confirmed cases with a positive test result are recorded on this chart.

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

The University of Pittsburgh has provided an interim policy for students, faculty, and staff with respect to vaccination status for COVID-19.
The current policy can be found here.