COVID-19 Reporting Data

Oconee Fall Line Technical College remains committed to the health and safety of students and employees, as well as campus visitors. In order to keep the College community informed, OFTC has provided weekly and monthly updates on the number of self-reported positive COVID-19 cases through June 30, 2021.

This page is meant to provide baseline information for the college community and should not be considered scientific data. The college has protocols in place for both employee and student self-reporting and remains in constant contact with local health officials, Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) leadership, and the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) to ensure accurate implementation of the latest health and safety guidelines related to COVID-19.


  • The College only reported cases which are self-reported by those within the college community, including employees, students, and campus visitors.
  • Positive cases were counted based on the date the positive case is reported to the college, not the date of the positive COVID-19 test.

Weekly Reporting Data

Note: Weekly reporting data will no longer be posted after June 30, 2021.

Monthly Reporting Data (2021, YTD)


Monthly Reporting Data (2020, YTD)


Definitions & Clarification

Positive Cases: Positive cases at OFTC are based on self-reported data. Once an individual reports a COVID-19 impact, the College’s Exposure Control Coordinator will work to determine and report details.

*Positive case numbers may include students who are enrolled exclusively in online classes and/or employees who are working remotely.

YTD: Year to Date data is based on data available since August 24, 2020 when Fall Semester 2020 classes began.

Monthly Totals: Monthly totals include cumulative data for the month indicated.

Instructional Sites: Data for instructional sites include reported cases for physical instructional sites other than OFTC’s four campuses. These sites include the adult education sites and other training sites across OFTC’s 11-county service area.


The College is sensitive to the privacy of students and employees. For this reporting, the College intends to keep the public informed by sharing relevant data while maintaining the privacy of sensitive health information for individual students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors.

Contact Tracing & Notification

OFTC has a working relationship with the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH). The College’s Exposure Control Coordinator regularly works with DPH to facilitate information sharing and to provide data related to self-reported cases. DPH may contact students and employees directly to provide notification and to conduct contact tracing.