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How to schedule a COVID-19 Test

In order to keep campus open safely, it is imperative we all follow the guidelines and protocols and check your symptoms each day. 

The information on this page will assist you in scheduling a test for COVID-19. Please follow the steps listed below.

Follow the colors based on your symptoms

If you are Asymptomatic - follow the light green boxes

If you are Symptomatic - follow dark green boxes

step 1

Determine if you are symptomatic...

Asymptomatic

Symptomatic

 

  • Fever greater than 100.4
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or diffculty breahting
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Other respiratory symptoms (sneezing, wheezing, congestion)
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea)

If you are in quarantine please do not leave to go get tested. Once you are cleared from quarantine continue with the steps below based on symptoms.

Step 2

Schedule an appointment

If you are asymptomatic...
 

Antigent Tests are available for asymptomatic student. Below is a list of students who need to get tested regularly:

  • Residential students are REQUIRED to be tested once a week
  • Student Athletes are REQUIRED to be tested - please refer to your coach and athletic staff for frequency of testing.
  • Theatre, music, and nursing students please refer to your program as to the frequency of testing

Sign-up and register through MyChart to recieve an antigen test.

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If you are symptomatic...

 

Register to recieve a test at the Student Health and Counseling Center by calling 262-595-2366.

*Note:  you MUST SELF-ISOLATE prior to your appointment and after your appointment while pending results*

step 3

Head to your appointment...

Time for your appointment:
 

  • Check in at Ranger Hall  |  Room 47
    • Enter on the parking lot level of Ranger Hall
  • The testing procedure should take less than five minutes to complete.

  • Be sure to wear a mask to your appointment and arrive on time at your designated testing location.

  • Upon your arrival, you will check in and verify your information.

  • The testing provider will perform a nasal antigen test.

Time for your appointment...
 

  • Visit the Student Health and Counseling Center at the time of your appointment
    • Located East of Tallent Hall
  • Student Health and Counseling Center lobby is closed at this time - upon arrival please call the provided number to notify SHCC staff you are on site.
  • Stay where you are at until someone comes and gets you for your appointment.

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step 4

After your appointment...

After your appointment:
 

  • A UW-Parkside representative will call you to inform you if your test results come back POSITIVE
  • If you test positive
    • A  representative will call to discuss self-isolation guidelines
      • DO NOT go to work, school, or public areas
    • They will also discuss with you 
      • food delivery
      • package delivery
      • classes
    • You may also be contacted by contact tracing individuals for reporting and safety purposes.

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After your appointment...
 

  • A  representative will call to discuss self-isolation guidelines until results are recieved
    • DO NOT go to work, school, or public areas
  • If you test negative:
    • follow instructions from your healthcare provider
  • If you test postive:
    • A  representative will call to discuss self-isolation guidelines as well as food delivery, package deliver & classesTYou may also be contacted by contact tracing indiviuals for reporting and saftey purposes.
    • The Dean of Students will contact your instructors notifying them.
  • You may also be contacted by contact tracing individuals for reporting and safety purposes.

Residence Life Guidebook

NOTE

Testing for commuter students are available. Information can be found at the link below:

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