Mitigation & Symptomatic Testing
The university will continue to refine and update testing efforts as needed as they are a critical component of a safe and healthy campus community. Testing programs are carried out across campus to help the university monitor and address real-time trends and prevalence and make timely decisions on potential intervention and response.
Testing is a key strategy in combination with all-important behavioral measures of social distancing, facial coverings, hand and surface hygiene and staying home when sick. Testing paired with good health habits is an easy, quick and incredibly consequential way to make sure we're each doing our part to keep our community safer and healthier. It’s one way that all of us help to protect each of us.
Any and all practices and policies delineated here at this time are subject to revision and updates.
Fall Term 2021 Mitigation Testing
For details, see https://www.uc.edu/publichealth/testing.html.
On-campus required mitigation testing is free
This required testing will be free to students. There will be no out-of-pocket cost to students, nor will insurance be billed for either pooled or any confirmatory testing.
Option to submit a current PCR test from another medical provider
As an alternative to the on-campus mitigation testing, students have the option to submit a current PCR COVID test from another provider as a substitute for your on-campus test. See https://www.uc.edu/publichealth/testing.html for details.
Consequences of failing to test
Please see www.uc.edu/publichealth/testing regarding consequences related to failing to test.
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Testing for symptomatic students
Symptomatic students may call University Health Services at (513) 556-2564 for an appointment.
For those students who have had close exposure to infected individuals or need a screening test, please refer to www.uc.edu/publichealth/testing for additional testing locations.
The student's health insurance plan will be billed for symptomatic testing.
For additional information and Frequently Asked Questions, see UC's Public Health website.