Testing is very important to help reduce the spread of COVID-19
You can schedule COVID-19 test appointments at the Health Center at Auraria. Additionally, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment does have a list of FREE testing locations on their website.
Other sites for testing may be available through your healthcare provider.
FREE rapid test kits may be available at the Lynx Central Main Desk in the Student Commons building.
CU Denver oversees self-reports for potential and actual COVID-19 cases for the campus community. The purpose is to identify potential outbreaks on campus and to identify others who are at risk of infection due to their contact with a person who has tested positive. The COVID-19 Team will provide guidance and navigation for those who need it.
If you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, submit the COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form and you will receive guidance.
If you test positive for COVID-19, or are experiencing coronavirus-like symptoms, DO NOT come to campus - submit the COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form and you will receive guidance.
After submitting your self-report - if you do not receive an auto-clearance email allowing you to be on campus - let your supervisor/professor know and stay home and follow the guidance received after completing the self-report form. Follow the recommendations of the CU Denver COVID-19 Team, public health agency and/or medical provider.
If you test positive or think you might have COVID-19, you may be able to get treatment to help you recover. Treatment works best if it’s taken within a few days of when you first started experiencing symptoms.
If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 you should notify your close contacts of an exposure.
A close contact is someone who was less than 6 feet from you for more than 15 minutes or more in the 2 days leading up to feeling sick.
Visit the CDC website for more information.