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: April 9, 2021

Total number of People living in Westmont-Controlled housing with active Covid infections

total number of cases recorded from testing on campus and off since 1/4/2021

TOTAL NUMBER OF  cases recorded from on campus testing SINCE 9/18/2020

TOTAL NUMBER OF TESTS PERFORMEd on campus since 9/18/2020

Positivity Rate for testing performed on campus

0

88

103

8360

1.23%

 

Warrior Strong Our COVID-19 Plans

We are on our way to the final stretch of the spring semester! We're continuing both online and outdoor, in-person classes. Santa Barbara County has met the State’s Red Tier case rate allowing movement into the less restrictive Red Tier, effective Wednesday, March 17. We're safely open for visits from prospective students. Make a reservation to visit today.

 

 

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. 

Congratulations to our student winners of the #protectthemont film competition!

 “Most Community-Oriented"
Dylan Lambert & Jared Noh

“Best Production”
David Steege & Co

“Most On-Brand”
Chapman Canlis & Co.