The U-M COVID-19 Community Sampling and Tracking Program is a free, opt-in, voluntary surveillance testing program for those on the Ann Arbor campus.
This type of testing plays a critical role in the public health response to COVID-19 and adds to our understanding of how the virus is impacting our campus community. It will provide invaluable data to help identify increases in transmission of the virus and help inform U-M’s response to slow COVID-19 transmission.
Program registration is open to:
- All U-M students who live in on-campus or off-campus housing.
- Faculty and staff, including Michigan Medicine employees, who work on the Ann Arbor campus at least once per week.
To participate, sign up and complete a brief survey. Each week, a group of individuals will be selected and asked to register with Michigan Medicine and sign up for in-person COVID-19 testing at Palmer Commons.
The program is made possible with support from the School of Public Health, Michigan Medicine and University Health Service.
IMPORTANT: The program is not a replacement for symptomatic testing or medical care. Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 or a close contact exposure should contact Occupational Health Services (faculty and staff), or University Health Service (students).Volunteer for the COVID-19 Sampling & Tracking Program
Read the University Record story on the launch of the sampling program.