Trinity College has its first on-campus case of COVID-19 of the fall, the college confirmed on Sunday.
The student, who arrived to campus recently, is feeling well, per the school, and has been moved to isolation following the school’s protocols. Trinity received the positive test result on Saturday morning after the student went through the school’s testing program.
Classes are set to begin at the school on Sept. 7. Trinity is offering classes this fall in three different formats: in-person, hybrid or remote. In-person classes will end on Nov. 20, with students not returning to campus after Thanksgiving break.
Trinity has conducted 1,281 COVID-19 tests since Aug. 17.