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Get the latest campus information about COVID-19. Before coming to campus, take the COVID-19 Daily Screening.

Testing and Screening

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Daily screening and temperature checks

Daily health screenings and temperature checks are required to be completed prior to coming to campus. 

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 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 health screening, you are required to drive through one of the health screening checkpoints located at: 

  • Maple Circle (off Shaw Avenue)
  • Matoian/Backer
  • Maple/San Ramon
  • Campus Drive Circle (off Barstow Avenue)
  • Jackson/Keats

All checkpoints are open from 7 a.m. to noon. On instruction days, the Maple Circle and the Campus Drive Circle checkpoints will be open until 7 p.m. 

Non-instructional days, checkpoints at South Maple, Campus Drive turnarounds and near Barton Avenue are open from 7 a.m. - noon.

Further, daily health screenings for students living on campus continue at the Residence Halls.

Voluntary Testing

In an effort to protect the health and well-being of the campus community, the University will offer voluntary weekly COVID-19 testing (at no cost) effective immediately through mid-January for students, faculty and staff who are approved to be on campus. Read this Dec. 1 message for more information, including dates and times. 

The voluntary monthly COVID-19 testing (at no cost) will resume in February for students, faculty and staff who are approved to be on campus during the spring semester. While the testing is voluntary, our University administration is strongly encouraging participation in order to reduce the spread of the virus. Specific dates will be announced in January.

Reporting

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.