COVID-19 testing is available on demand to Michigan Tech students and employees during the spring 2022 semester. Testing will begin for spring on Monday, January 10.
Please be aware: Testing hours and the testing location have changed for spring 2022. Testing is located in the Rozsa Center basement on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. All testing will be done on a walk-in basis—just show up and ask for a test. No appointments will be needed and there will be no cost.
There is no cost to get tested at the Rozsa.
MTU student and employee children who are younger than 18 can receive a test at the Rozsa. However, because of HIPAA restrictions, Michigan Tech cannot offer testing to student or employee spouses or children ages 18 and older.
All testing is voluntary. We ask members of the Husky community to join us in this effort to keep our campus healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You do not need a test to complete quarantine. However, it may be recommended by the health department or your health care provider that you receive one. Please discuss whether to get a test with your health care provider and talk to your insurance company about the cost associated with getting a test.
You should get tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms and there is no known cause for them, even if you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days.
If you do not have COVID-19 symptoms, you do not need to quarantine or get tested again until 90 days have passed since the date of your positive test.
If you would prefer to be tested off campus, please reach out to a local health care provider to schedule a test. You do not need to have a preexisting relationship with the health care provider in order to get tested.
You can also find your local Michigan Testing Centers online.
Your testing results will be emailed to you. They should be available approximately 24 hours after your test.
If your test result is positive, the health department will be notified, and health department officials will contact you with instructions for your isolation period. Consult our Quarantine Guidelines for more information.
If you have taken a home antigen test or received a COVID-19 test from a health care provider or at a testing site located off campus, we ask that you report your test result through the Report a Test Form.
Test results from Michigan Tech's on-campus testing are provided only by email notification. If you need a result to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test, plan ahead to determine if emailed test results will be sufficient. We recommend contacting a local health care provider for travel- or event-related testing that requires a different type of documentation.