Spring COVID-19 testing update

After more than two years of mass testing on campus, beginning in January 2023 the university will discontinue mass testing and modify infectious disease mitigation strategies to treat COVID-19.  This decision is based on the wide availability of COVID-19 vaccinations, boosters and home test kits in the community as well as declining demand for on-campus testing.

Faculty and staff insured through the State Health Plan can receive up to eight free COVID-19 test kits per month from participating pharmacies. Students also can obtain testing kits from the Student Health pharmacy, and those who are seen by a physician in the Center for Health and Well-Being may be tested depending on their symptoms. 

COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, as well as flu vaccines, will still be available this spring for students, faculty and staff at the Center for Health Well-Being

The university continues to coordinate with local and state health agencies and will monitor COVID-19 on campus throughout the spring semester.

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