Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Michigan, and on the advice of the campus Public Health Committee, we are changing our voluntary COVID-19 testing program to be mandatory for campus residents. Effective today, residents are required to be tested weekly at the Campus Health Center, and your regular weekly testing days are THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, beginning this week. We apologize for the short notice today as we get this new weekly requirement started.
Weekly testing is an important way we each will contribute to the health of the campus community during the pandemic and is now a requirement to live in university housing. Thank you in advance for your compliance and for being Warrior Safe!
Tim Michael, Associate Vice President, and Chief Housing Officer
Division of Student Auxiliary Services
Schedule your appointment today for Thursday, October 15th or Friday, October 16th.
It’s Easy and It’s Free!
Step by Step Process for Preregistering for Free COVID Testing
1. Sign up for the patient portal by going to health.wayne.edu and clicking on Patient Portal
2. Make your first weekly appointment for October 15th - October 16th 9a - 5p: Call Campus Health at 313-577-5105
3. The morning of your “on campus” appointment- Complete the Campus Daily Screener (as you are doing every day as a campus resident) by going to wayne.edu and typing in “daily” in the SEARCH Bar. Click on Campus Daily Screener. Or download the WSU application. Complete the online form.
Privacy notice: The information you provide when filling out this screener will be shared with certain people
*If you answer “No” to all of the questions, then a message will be sent to the Dean of Students Office (if you are a student), Medical Records Office (if you are a Med School Student) or to your supervisor (if you are a University employee), stating that you are cleared to come to campus.
*If you answer “Yes” to any of the questions, your name and your answers will be provided to the Campus Health Center. A nurse practitioner will contact you to determine whether you are cleared to come to campus. The nurse practitioner’s determination will be sent to the Dean of Students Office (if you are a student), Medical Records Office (if you are a Med School Student) or to your supervisor (if you are a University employee).
4. Bring your WSU OneCard and Government issued ID (Driver’s License, Passport)
5. Arrive for your appointment 10-15 minutes early to complete the Registration Form
6. Your test results will be uploaded to the Patient Portal in 4-5 days.
7. You do NOT have to answer “YES” on the daily screener stating you have a Pending COVID Test, if it pertains to this testing.
8. Before you leave the Campus Health Center, you will schedule your next appointment for the following week.