COVID-19 testing will be held for the University community Thursday, Aug. 27, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or until supplies are exhausted. It will be held at UND’s High Performance Center, 2419 2nd Ave. N., and is open to all UND students, faculty and staff.
All, including faculty and staff, are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19. Students who test positive or have been identified as a close contact are asked to self report at https://veoci.com/veoci/p/w/ss2x4cq9238u. Faculty and staff must immediately report if they are in quarantine or isolation.
This will be a walk-up event. Face coverings or masks are required and six-foot distancing is expected. There is no cost or need for insurance. Visit ndus.edu/gettested for a complete list of testing dates and locations near you.
Information on wait times, as well as other testing communications, is available on the UND COVID-19 testing page.
Please pre-register with the N.D. Department of Health. If you are unable to pre-register, you may also register at the testing site. UND students are asked to use their local North Dakota address when registering or pre-registering. If you have registered for a previous test, you do not need to register again. Those under age 18 must have the consent of a parent or guardian. Please note that pre-registering does not guarantee a test.
If your test is positive, you will receive a phone call within 24-72 hours. If your test is negative, you will be notified with a text message or email after 72 hours.
If it’s been more than 72 hours since you attended a testing event or if you would like documentation or confirmation of your negative test result, click the link to request results.
Please do not call UND for test results.
The testing will be conducted by the North Dakota National Guard, and is a cooperative effort between the N.D. Health Department, National Guard, UND, and Grand Forks Public Health.