Student Health Services COVID-19 Testing Information

  • Random COVID-19 Testing for FAU Employees and Students and Walk-Up Testing
    • Employees and students will be randomly selected weekly and offered COVID-19. The selection process for this voluntary program will draw from the full FAU employee list, not including those individuals assigned full remote work as part of the Vulnerable Population Program. The student group will be comprised of all on-campus residents, all student-athletes, and non-residential students who connect to campus WiFi, swipe into any library location or Campus Recreation facility, or sign up for a seat in the Canvas Seat Reservation tool.
    • 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 upload their results to support the FAU program data (both PCR and rapid antigen tests will be accepted).
    • Employees and students interested in walk-up testing can be accommodated at the random testing sites (see information below for locations and times.
      • The FAU random testing schedule is as follows:
        • Boca Raton Campus:
          • Wednesdays and Thursdays, 8 – 11 a.m. and 12 – 3 p.m.
          • Location 1: SH (Student Housing)-46, Room 109 (Nations Multi-Purpose Room)
          • Location 2: BU-86, Sean Stein Pavilion
        • Davie Campus:
          • Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
          • Location: ES 122 (Education and Science Building)
        • Jupiter Campus:
          • Tuesdays, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
          • Location: MC-12 Education Building Classroom EC 101/102
        • HBOI Campus:
          • Tuesdays, 2 – 3 p.m. and Wednesdays, 8 – 9 a.m.
          • Location: HB18, Room/Area 101 (foyer of Edwin A. Link building)
    • Employees and students have seven (7) days from notification to complete testing at one of the four (4) sites.
 Last Modified 4/15/21