Testing Locations & Hours

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We offer COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic UArizona students and employees. Appointments are required - same-day appointments are available.

If you are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, stay isolated, self-quarantine and call to make an appointment with Campus Health Services or your healthcare provider.

Testing for All Students and Employees 

Test sites offer PCR Saline Gargle (SG) testing. Campus housing residents, off-campus students and employees are eligible for PCR SG testing. 

  • If you have not done so previously, please complete the one-time PCR testing registration before scheduling your test.
  • Test results are typically available within 24-48 hours. (Results for Friday tests may not be available until Monday.)
  • Check in for testing with Wildcat OneStop.

Know Before You Go: Do not eat, drink, use mouthwash, brush your teeth, chew gum, smoke, or vape for 30 minutes before your PCR SG test.

one-time pcr registration

Schedule your test

Student Union - Catalina Room

3rd floor, located at far north side of Student Union (next to North Ballroom)

Hours:
M - F, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Closed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays

One-time PCR registration required. Appointments required - same-day appointments available.

 

Phoenix Campus Test Site

University of Arizona Phoenix Biomedical Campus

714 East Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006, Building 4 (Room 115)

This site offers drop-in PCR Saline Gargle (SG) testing for University of Arizona students and employees.
Do not eat, drink, use mouthwash, brush your teeth, chew gum, smoke, or vape for 30 minutes before your test.

Hours: Wednesdays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

If you have questions, please contact Jeffery Hanna (jefferyhanna@arizona.edu)

Antibody Testing

Ongoing voluntary antibody testing is available statewide for anyone in Arizona over age 18, including students, employees and Designated Campus Colleagues (DCCs) who are not experiencing symptoms, through the University of Arizona IRB-approved research study. An antibody test determines whether you have developed an immune response to COVID-19 infection or vaccination. The test is not used to diagnose an active infection. Registration and appointments are required.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you should wait a minimum of 14 days after your positive test before registering for an antibody test. If you have been vaccinated for COVID-19, you should wait a minimum of 14 days after receiving your second/final dose before registering for an antibody test.

CATS Clinical Research Center (Health Sciences campus)

Statewide Locations

COVID-19 Testing at Non-UArizona Locations (Pima County)

The Pima County Health Department (PCHD) has opened COVID-19 Testing Centers as well as Temporary Testing Centers. See the schedule

Questions?

UArizona Testing Call Center (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.):

Toll Free: 833-345-0246 | Local: 520-848-4030

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