COVID-19 Testing

The University is highly encouraging all individuals who will be present on campus to undergo testing for COVID-19 through a recognized testing procedure of their choice.

FSU Main Campus

For a complete list of testing dates, click here. 

 

You must register in the COVID-19 Testing Registration Portal for a testing appointment twenty-four hours prior to the requested appointment time.

You must bring your driver's license.

The cost for testing is $100 and payment can be made through the Athena portal. 

Schedule Your Testing Appointment/Review Test Results  

Test Results

What to expect after receiving COVID-19 test results.

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COVID-19

Employees, stay up-to-date with the latest information from FSU HR on COVID-19

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Resources

Additional Community Resources related to COVID-19

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FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions regarding COVID Testing

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Donald L. Tucker Civic Center

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UHS Testing Map


Registering for Testing

Testing will be by appointment only. You must register in the COVID-19 Testing Registration Portal for a testing appointment at least one business day prior to the requested appointment time. Once registered, you will report to the testing site located at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.

To register, click here.

Important things to remember when registering:

  • Arrive on the day you selected when registering. If you miss your appointment, you will need to reschedule.
  • Be sure that your insurance information is current.

Testing Location

Arriving at the Testing Location

Upon arrival at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center you will need to park in the parking lot and enter the exhibit hall via the southwest entrance.

Testing Cost

The cost for testing is $100 and payment can be made through the Athena portal. 

Test Type

The test provided by the University is a viral COVID-19 test and NOT an antibody test. The viral test being used detects if the person is currently infected with COVID-19. The antibody test is to determine past exposure or infection. We will not be conducting antibody testing.

The University will not be using the oral swab test you may have seen. We will be utilizing a much less invasive nasal swab test. This type of test causes minimal to no discomfort.

Getting your results

COVID 19 test results will be provided to you by telephone, text message, email, electronic portal and/or letter. You may view your results here: https://19268-1.portal.athenahealth.com/, after the results have been reviewed by the provider.

  1. Results are expected within 72 hours.
  2. Patient remains at home until test results are received (unless the employee is already working on campus).
  3. Patients with negative test results are cleared to return to campus.
  4. Contact tracing will be conducted for any positive test results.
  5. The CDC symptom-based strategy will be utilized for return to work after a positive test result and 14-day quarantine period.

Important things to remember:

  1. Practice social distancing by staying six feet from others at all times.
  2. Wash your hands often and avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth or use hand sanitizer if soap is not available.
  3. Cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face covering when around others and out in public.
  4. Self-monitor for any symptoms of COVID-19 such as cough, trouble breathing, fever/chills, headache, muscle pains, shaking, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of sense of taste or smell.
  5. If you do develop symptoms, please contact your primary care provider for additional evaluation and let them know you were tested for COVID-19. Make sure you stay in a specific "sick room" and use a separate bathroom if possible.
  6. If you test positive, you will need to continue to self-isolate and the local health department will be in touch with you by phone to review additional information and help with contact notification.
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