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Learn about our plans for Fall 2020 and updates about COVID-19. Before coming to campus, take the COVID-19 Daily Screening

Testing and Screening

Updated on Sept. 15, 2020 9:44 AM

Daily screening and temperature checks

Daily health screenings and temperature checks began Aug. 17 for anyone who will be coming on campus on weekdays during the fall semester. 

Prior to arriving on campus each day, students, faculty and staff should complete the daily screening questionnaire on their mobile device or print the completed web-based form from home. (The daily health screening tool is also easily accessed through the Fresno State app. For iOS devices, download the app in the Apple App Store. For Android devices, download the app in Google Play.)

Once you have completed the screening, if you received a green check mark with the date and time of the screening, then please take a screenshot of the confirmation in order to show to our public-safety staff at the designated checkpoints on campus where you will have your temperature taken. Please read this Aug. 12 message for more details and the hours and locations of checkpoints.

Voluntary monthly testing

In an effort to continue to protect the health and well-being of our campus community, the University will offer voluntary monthly COVID-19 testing (at no cost) for students, faculty and staff who are on campus during the fall 2020 semester. 

While this testing is voluntary, the university administration is strongly encouraging participation in order to reduce the spread of the virus. 

Testing will be held at the Save Mart Center. The testing will be done by Valley Children’s Healthcare. No appointment is necessary. Students, faculty and staff approved to be on campus can be tested once each month. Please see this Sept. 15 message for hours and dates. 


In the event that you test positive for COVID-19 or if you believe you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive or is strongly suspected to have COVID-19, complete this online form and follow the directions in this July 15 message to the campus community.