Weekly Testing Requirements for Undergraduates

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TESTING

Campus Testing Programs

U-M is using a multi-tiered testing strategy to help protect our community and slow the spread of the virus on campus. It includes:

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Pre-arrival Testing

Pre-arrival testing is required for all students moving into U-M Housing for Winter Term.

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Departure Testing

U-M offers departure testing and guidance for students prior to returning to their permanent residences and surrounding communities at the end of the term.

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Daily Symptom Monitoring

Each day, all members of the U-M campus community who enter campus buildings are required to monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms by answering a brief set of questions using ResponsiBLUE, our daily symptom checker tool.

Pop-up Testing

Along with campus partners, University Health Service organizes onsite testing for students in their residence halls or off campus living facilities, in response to identified clusters within their communal living community.

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Quarantine Testing

University Health Service, in partnership with the Division of Public Safety & Security, delivers test kits to students in U-M Quarantine and Isolation Housing, and is working to expand quarantine testing to those students in quarantine outside of U-M Q&I Housing.

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Exposure Testing

Exposure testing is recommended for close contacts identified though case investigation, contact tracing or workplace exposure investigations.

COVID-19 Testing Guide

View our testing guide for an overview of all of your testing options on campus.

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