Campus COVID-19 Information

Welcome to the New Year! We are back face-to-face and excited to see you again this semester. 

Testing for COVID-19 is available on campus. The tests are free, non-invasive, and self administered with some help from SUU volunteers.

The State is requiring all university students who are taking at least one in-person class or living in a University-owned residence hall to be tested in the first two weeks of the spring semester. After those first two weeks, we will switch to randomized testing and students will no longer be required to be tested every 14 days. Students will be identified through weekly random sampling and will be emailed with additional information. 

Testing is available for students with NO COVID symptoms in the Student Center Ballroom. Drive-up symptomatic testing is available at the J. Reuben Clark Center (formerly known as the Alumni House). For more information and to book a 10-minute testing appointment, visit the testing page. While testing is primarily focused on students, faculty and staff are welcome and encouraged to get tested as well. Tests will be given on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Thank you for helping keep SUU safe. 

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