Here's what we know about coronavirus cases, students in quarantine at Iowa, Iowa State and UNI

Cleo Krejci
Iowa City Press-Citizen

COVID-19 tests continue to return positive results on Iowa's college campuses after schools opened their doors to students this year.

Here's the latest on what Iowa universities and colleges are reporting:

University of Iowa

The University of Iowa reported three new cases of COVID-19 among the student body Wednesday, bringing the school's total to 3,176 since Aug. 18, according to the university's data dashboard.

Four new cases were reported among employees, bringing the total to 493 since the beginning of the fall semester.

Zero students using campus quarantine rooms. Seven students are in self-isolation. 

The UI reports COVID-19 data about its student population on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays every week, according to the university’s data dashboard.

► How many COVID-19 cases are at the University of Iowa? Here's how to track the cases over time.

Iowa State University

Since Jan. 1, 602 students have tested positive, according to the university's data dashboard.

During the week of April 19 to 25, 36 positive cases were reported.

Between Aug. 1 and Dec. 31, ISU identified 2,396 positive cases.

University of Northern Iowa

The University of Northern Iowa reported between one and five cases of COVID-19 for the week of April 19 to 25.

UNI's data is updated on the school’s data dashboard every Friday at noon.