COVID-19 Testing

Symptoms, exposure, or tested positive?

Students, faculty and staff on the Ann Arbor campus, including Michigan Medicine, who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 90 days outside of U-M - that is, outside University Health Service (UHS), Occupational Health Services (OHS) or the Community Sampling and Tracking Program (CSTP) - are asked to report their positive test result here.

The information collected will be directed to appropriate units for follow up including: University Health Service; Environment, Health & Safety; Occupational Health Services; and/or Infection Prevention & Epidemiology. University or county health officials may reach out for case investigation and contact tracing, and the information gathered will help target resources for testing, support and mitigation.

Want to know how to get tested at U-M? Check out this guide for available testing options on campus.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have a known exposure or test positive, please follow the below guidelines:

COVID-19 Asymptomatic Testing

The U-M COVID-19 Community Sampling and Tracking program is open to asymptomatic U-M students, as well as faculty and staff who currently work on campus at least once per week.

The main focus of the Community Sampling and Tracking Program is to systematically look for increases in COVID-19 that may be missed by other testing programs. We will do this through the testing of a representative sample of the U-M community each week. Early identification of changes in COVID-19 patterns can inform better interventions to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 to the wider campus and Ann Arbor community.

Additionally, the Washtenaw County Health Department has a comprehensive list of testing sites in the community.