Free COVID-19 symptomatic and asymptomatic testing is available for CU Anschutz employees, students*, and household members through March 31, 2021. If you believe you have been exposed, it is best to be tested on day 5, 6, or 7 after exposure (the ideal testing day is day 7). If you develop COVID-like symptoms, get tested as soon as possible.
Testing is available on campus on Mondays (a.m.) and Thursdays (a.m. and p.m. hours available).
NOTE: The campus is closed for President's Day on February 15 and testing will not be available.
As always, if you are receiving your test on campus, you must complete the daily health questionnaire and go through screening at a campus check-in location
before arriving at the testing center.
Please take advantage of this free benefit and help keep yourself and our community healthy and safe.
For those who are asymptomatic or symptomatic and/or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive, you can register for testing
either on campus** or through a drive-up location in Aurora. You will receive your results within 24-72 hours, either through an email or text message providing a log-in, or through My Health Connection (UCHealth).
Have questions? Check out the FAQ
*All ColoradoSPH students are eligible to participate.
**If you register for on-campus testing, all members of your party must have first completed their own daily health questionnaire and entered through a campus check-in location (selected via the questionnaire) for a wristband before making your way to Ed 1 at your appointed time. Fulginiti is closest to the testing site, but any campus check-in location is acceptable. If you plan to go to your office while on campus, you also need to email Christine Gillen for approval. If you are symptomatic, you absolutely cannot enter office space, and should be tested and immediately return to your home.