Campus COVID testing options continue thru December for faculty, staff and students
COVID testing options are available on both West and East campuses thru December
For faculty, staff and students seeking the convenience of walk-thru and drive-thru testing, a partnership between UC and Hamilton County Test and Protect provides weekly testing options on campus through December.
Hamilton County Test and Protect voluntary testing (walk up) is offered on the Uptown West Campus for faculty, staff and students on Mondays from 1-6 p.m., in the banquet room at Stratford unit No. 16, 2634 Stratford Avenue (west side of Clifton Avenue). This testing option will continue through December 21, 2020.
In addition, Test and Protect is providing drive-thru testing at Eden Garage (Uptown East Campus) on Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (Walk up testing is also available at this location.)
This drive-thru option will be available through Dec. 30, 2020.
Please note that Test and Protect will ask for insurance information and your insurance will be subsequently billed; however, if your insurance insurance does not cover the test, there will be no charge to the student or employee.
Summary of campus COVID-19 testing options
- Testing for symptomatic or exposed students is available at UHS Testing Center (Uptown West Campus) or UC Health Uptown East Campus.
- Voluntary surveillance testing is open to all (including faculty, staff, students and members of the community) and is offered by Hamilton County Test and Protect on both the Uptown West and East Campuses.
- Required surveillance testing has been and will continue to be provided for students who reside in UC Housing, attend face-to-face or hybrid classes on the Uptown Camp, or come to campus to work or conduct research.
- Nov. 16-18 Know Before You Go voluntary testing was recently offered to students.
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