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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Testing

To protect the health and well-being of the campus community, students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to have a COVID-19 test diagnostic test. There are a variety of ways you can get tested, both on and off campus.

There are two primary types of COVID-19 tests available to students, faculty and staff at the university. See which one best fits your situation.  You can also check out other off-campus testing opportunities.

Without Symptoms

The Saliva Assay Free Expedited (SAFE) test is free, quick and noninvasive, and results can typically be shared within 24 hours after the saliva sample is collected. SAFE testing is only available to current students, faculty, and staff. It should only be used by individuals that are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms like fever, cough or shortness of breath.

Schedule for Nov. 1-6

Sunday, Nov. 1

Monday, Nov. 2

Tuesday, Nov. 3

Wednesday, Nov. 4

Thursday, Nov. 5

Friday, Nov. 6

Expanded COVID-19 nasal swab testing will be available at the Center for Health and Well-Being for students, faculty and staff who do not have any symptoms of the virus beginning Nov. 1. Students should make an appointment, and faculty and staff can walk in Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in rooms 215-219.


With Symptoms: COVID-19 Diagnostic Nasal Swab Testing

It is very important that any student, faculty or staff member that develops symptoms of COVID-19, like fever, cough or shortness of breath, make a telemedicine appointment to be evaluated by a provider. If needed, an appointment for a test will be scheduled. The cost for the test will be billed to your health insurance.

Make your appointment at MyHealthSpace.

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