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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing | Florida Atlantic University

January 28, 2022 – 4:00 pm

Student Health Services (SHS) offers COVID-19 viral testing for all students, faculty and staff for those exhibiting signs or symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and for asymptomatic individuals with recent known or suspected COVID-19 exposure.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or suspected exposure, Protect Your Owl Family and contact Student Health Services immediately. All members of the FAU community should contact SHS if you:

  • Receive a positive COVID-19 test from another healthcare provider;
  • Are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or the flu;
  • Have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

FAU Campus Testing Sites

COVID-19 testing is available to students, faculty and staff through campus testing sites for walk-ups, randomly selected participants, and any targeted testing, as needed. Employees and students will also be randomly selected and offered COVID-19 tests. The selection process for this voluntary program will draw from those working and learning on campus.

Employees and students randomly selected will be notified when attempting to log-in to any major university system, such as Workday, Canvas or Banner. Individuals selected are highly encouraged to participate in the testing process. Those choosing to participate but preferring to test through another healthcare provider will be able to upload their results to support the FAU program data (both PCR and rapid antigen tests will be accepted).

Employees and students can get either a PCR or antigen COVID-19 test at the designated FAU sponsored COVID-19 testing site on campus (no cost).
Pre-registration is available on the Boca Raton campus and is strongly encouraged
. Bring a smartphone and present your OWL Card at the testing site. Pre-registration is not required for testing at the Davie, Jupiter or HBOI campuses. Face coverings are required at all testing sites.

The FAU on-campus schedule for walk-ups and randomly selected participants is as follows:

Covid Spring Testing Sites

Campus Day Time Location
Boca* MONDAY – Thursday 8 am – 12 pm SH-46, Room 109 (Nations Multi-purpose Room)
Davie TUESDAY 10 am – 2 pm ES 122 (Education and Science Building)
JUPITER WENESDAY 8 am – 12 pm WB-105 (Wilkes Psychology Building)
HBOI TUESDAY 1 pm – 3 pm HB18, Room/Area 101 (Foyer of Edwin A. Link building)
Boca*
Day Monday – Thursday
Time 8 am – 12 pm
Location SH-46, Room 109 (Nations Multi-purpose Room)
Davie
Day Tuesday
Time 10 am – 2 pm
Location ES 122 (Education and Science Building)
Jupiter
Day Wednesday
Time 8 am – 12 pm
Location WB-105 (Wilkes Psychology Building)
HBOI
Day Tuesday
Time 1 pm – 3 pm
Location HB18, Room/Area 101 (Foyer of Edwin A. Link building)

*Registration available for Boca Raton.

Questions regarding the random testing process will be answered via the program’s dedicated hotline (561-405-8677).

In the event students and/or employees want their results from the Boca Raton (effective Feb. 1, 2022) testing site by phone or email, they can call 804-346-4363 or email acctsupport@genetworx.com.

In the event students and/or employees want their results from the Davie, HBOI or Jupiter testing sites by phone, they can text 561-513-5321 or email info@accessmedlab.com.

The Student Health Services clinics can be reached at:

  • Boca Raton: 561-297-3512
  • Davie: 954-236-1556
  • Jupiter: 561-799-8678

Additional information on general COVID-19 testing protocols is available in the FAU Health and Safety plan.

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