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What type of COVID-19 testing is performed at Health Services?
UHS utilizes BinaxNOW antigen testing through our drive-thru located on the east side of University Health Services as our primary platform of testing. These are rapid tests that are administered as a nasal swab. All results are reported to the state health department and are counted as part of state and local COVID statistics.
We also have the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests. You must come into the clinic and be checked in for a PCR test. Appointments may be limited based on demand and available slots with one of our nurses.
When can I schedule a COVID-19 test?
Rapid antigen tests are offered on Monday-Friday through our drive-thru located on the east side of University Health Services by appointment only. Appointments can be made online through our patient portal or by calling 405-744-7665.
PCR tests are offered Monday-Fridays during regular clinic hours by appointment only. You must come into the clinic and be checked-in for a PCR test. Please call 405-744-7665 to schedule.
Are the COVID-19 tests free?
Rapid antigen tests are currently provided free of charge.
There is a charge for PCR tests. Please bring your insurance ID card with you if you would like Health Services to file a medical claim for this service.
When should I get tested?
I am fully vaccinated.
People who are fully vaccinated should schedule a test with University Health Services or another facility 3-5 days after exposure. You do not have to quarantine unless you test positive.
We recommend you wear a mask when in public and on campus for 14 days following your exposure.
Monitor yourself for symptoms of illness. If you begin to feel symptomatic at any point during this time, isolate and contact University Health Services for testing.
I am not vaccinated.
People who are not vaccinated should quarantine for 10 days. If you do not develop symptoms of illness during that time, you can come off quarantine on day 11 but will need to wear a mask indoors in public places for 14 days following your exposure and continue to monitor yourself for symptoms of illness. If at any time you develop symptoms, isolate and contact University Health Services or another facility for testing.
There is a pathway to end quarantine early. If you have been exposed to a positive COVID patient and are not vaccinated and do not develop symptoms of COVID-19, you may test for COVID on day 7 following exposure. If your test is negative, you can come off quarantine on day 8, but will need to wear a mask indoors in public places for 14 days following your exposure and continue to monitor yourself for symptoms of illness. If at any time you develop symptoms, isolate and contact UHS or another facility for testing. The CDC allows for testing on days 5-7 but with the availability of testing at UHS we encourage testing on day 7.
People who are not fully vaccinated and have symptoms should be tested and/or see a medical provider.
*People who have tested positive for Covid-19 within the past 3 months and recovered do not need to be tested following an exposure if they do not develop new symptoms.
Located on the Oklahoma State University campus — 1202 W Farm Rd.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or if you have been exposed to someone
who has tested positive for
COVID-19, call the hotline to schedule an appointment for testing.
Please monitor our patient portal weekly for available COVID testing appointments. Testing is by appointment only. Call 405-744-7665 or login to your Patient Portal to schedule an appointment.
CALL OSU HEALTH SERVICES — 405-744-7665