How do I get a test?
If you a UWRF student and are experiencing symptoms you should complete an online screening for assessment. A health professional will contact you to review the screening results and determine if testing is required. If testing is required, an appointment will be made.
Even if you are not experiencing symptoms at this time, you can get tested. Follow these steps:
- Complete an online screening
- Schedule an appointment for your COVID-19 test
- On the day of your test, arrive on time at Second Floor South, Hagestad Hall and bring your student ID.
- Testing will be professionally administered and should only take a few minutes with results available within 15 minutes. Depending on the results, appropriate information and medical advice will be presented.
Where can I get a test?
Testing will be offered to UWRF students on the second floor of Hagestad Hall weekdays from 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Students may also use the university health care provider (Vibrant Health Clinic in River Falls) through Student Health Services or their own provider for testing.
Why should I get a test if I'm not experiencing any symptoms?
Even if you are not experiencing symptoms at this time, you can get tested to help keep our campus community safe. It is important to realize that you can be infected and spread the virus but feel well and have no symptoms.
What can I expect on the day of the test?
On the day of the test, you should arrive at Hagestad Hall, second floor. For this process to function smoothly, it is critical that you pay attention to the date and time of your appointment. Other things to note:
- Bring your ID.
- Testing should only take about five minutes to complete.
- Antigen test results will be available in 15 minutes.
- Depending on the results, appropriate information and medical advice will be presented and additional PCR testing may be required.