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Student Health Services

Off-Campus Testing

 

Reporting Your Positive COVID-19 Test Result

If you were tested at a non-university location, please upload your positive test result to MyHealthSpace. This is critical to assist the university in managing your needs and to notify contact tracers of your results. Just login using their UofSC username and password and then on the next screen their date of birth. Then, click on Messages tab and then click on New Message button. Send message with attachment to I want to UPLOAD my COVID-19 Test Result.

 

Personal Doctor or Provider

  • Contact your primary care provider for information regarding testing in your area
  • Order COVID-19 test through your primary care provider
  • Results will be sent to you
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • Typically billed directly to insurance

LabCorp at Home Testing

  • Self-collected nasal swab to be taken in 7-10 days prior to planned arrival on campus
  • Results will be sent to you
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • Typically billed directly to insurance 
  • Available throughout the United States

Quest at Home testing

  • Self-collected nasal swab to be taken in 7-10 days prior to planned arrival on campus
  • Results will be sent to you
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • Typically billed directly to insurance
  • Available throughout the United States

Vault Health at Home Saliva Test

  • Remotely supervised saliva collection to be taken in 7-10 days prior to planned arrival on campus
  • Results will be sent to you
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • Not billed to insurance
  • Available throughout the United States

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

  • Nasal or nasopharyngeal swab should be scheduled 7-10 days prior to arrival on campus
  • Results will be sent to you
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • May not be billed to insurance
  • Multiple sites set up throughout the state of South Carolina

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  • Nasal or nasopharyngeal swab should be scheduled 7-10 days prior to arrival on campus
  • Results will be sent to you.
  • Upload results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace and bring a copy with you to campus
  • May not be billed to insurance
  • Numerous sites set up throughout the United States

Learn more about what you and your family need to know about packing, loading, unloading, unpacking and setting up your room by visiting sc.edu/movein.

 

NOTE: These third-party COVID-19 testing services are listed as a convenience. Their inclusion here is not an endorsement. Some of these tests may incur costs, fees and/or may not be covered by health insurance. The University of South Carolina and Student Health Services cannot guarantee the quality of third-party COVID-19 testing services. It's the responsibility of each family and individual to carefully vet third-party COVID-19 testing services to determine if they meet their needs. We encourage families and individuals to vet third-party COVID-19 testing services with their primary care providers. Only test modalities that have received an FDA Emergency Use Authorization will be accepted.

 

 


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