|At-Home Tests Available on Campus
For most COVID-19 testing needs, home antigen tests are a quick and easy way to find out whether you have COVID-19. You can use rapid tests in most cases, including if you :
• Have symptoms (retest after 24-48 hours if the first test result is negative)
• Have been exposed to someone who tested positive (test 5 days after exposure if no symptoms)
• Plan to attend a gathering or event, or spend time with people are at risk for serious illness
• Need to show a negative test result for return to work or school (employer or school district policies may vary).
For the health and safety of our community, please do not administer these tests while you are on campus.
You can pick up your free at-home COVID-19 test at any of the following locations on campus (during regular business hours):
• Facilities Main Office
• HR Office
*Please wear a mask when picking up your test from these offices if you have symptoms or suspect you have been exposed to COVID-19. These COVID-19 tests must be self-administered off-campus.
Get At-Home Tests Delivered at Home
You can receive free COVID-19 at-home testing kits through the US government website or through your primary medical services provider (testing kit offers by these entities are subject to change).
Get free tests delivered to your home (up to 4 per household):
• Online: https://special.usps.com/testkits
• Call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489)
Kaiser Permanente members can order up to 4 tests at a time, up to 8 per month.
• Online: https://healthy.kp.org/secure/inner-door/covid-test-kit
Kaiser may reimburse you for at-home COVID tests you purchased. Log into your Kaiser portal online to get more information.
Anthem Blue Cross
Anthem members may be able to order free tests or be reimbursed for purchased at-home COVID tests, log into the Anthem portal to determine your eligibility.
PCR COVID-19 Testing
PCR tests are used when directed by your doctor or when you’re required to show a negative PCR test to attend an event, activity, or travel abroad.
Testing is available through your primary medical care provider.
Some pharmacy locations (like Walgreens, CVS, etc) and Quest Lab locations are proving no-cost testing, though some locations require an appointment so contact them before arriving.