Sign in to schedule with your EID email (Alex Doe would sign in as alexd@colostate.edu), not your first.last@colostate.edu.

Locations and hours

Main Campus Locations

  • College Ave. (Location map – PDF)
    • Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    • Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
  • Moby parking lot (Location map – PDF)   
    • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
  • Lory Student Center Plaza (Location map – PDF)
    • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

South Campus (Location map – PDF)

  • Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Foothills Campus (Location map – PDF)

  • Monday and Friday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: CLOSED

How saliva screening samples are processed

Information about other locations to get tested. CSU’s saliva screening does not meet travel screening requirements implemented airlines and other agencies. To meet those requirements, you must get a test through the county, a pharmacy or a medical provider.

Screening at CSU is available only to our students, faculty and staff; CSU does not offer screening to the public or to anyone who is not a student, faculty or staff member, with the exception of immediate adult family members of students who are living in specifically Aggie Family or University Village. Those family members must bring a photo ID to the screening site. University Housing has provided a list of eligible adult family members to the screening site; showing an ID verifies eligibility. 

  • Any student, faculty or staff member who is not required to screen may still participate in screening as often as they wish, including employees who do not work in Larimer County, such as Extension, Forest Service and Agricultural Experiment Station employees.
  • CSU does not charge students, faculty and staff to screen.
  • CSU COVID-19 Health and Safety University Policy

Alert CSU through the COVID Reporter when:

  • Any student, faculty or staff member who is experiencing symptoms, believes they may have been exposed, or is concerned about their work, living or academic environment should report through the COVID Reporter and should not go to the saliva screening location. A public health official will follow up and arrange a nasal swab test.
  • Have been tested for COVID-19 and the results were positive
  • Are in the process of being tested because public health officials believe you may have COVID-19
  • Are living with a COVID-19 positive person
  • If you believe you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 as a close contact
  • You must report to the COVID reporter regardless of whether or not you are working or studying on university grounds

The following students, faculty and staff are required, per university policy, to screen twice a week:

Note: “Fully vaccinated” is two weeks after your second dose of a two-dose vaccine, or two weeks after a single dose vaccine

Students

  • All students who are not fully vaccinated and are in any face-to-face or hybrid course
  • All students living in university housing who are not fully vaccinated (regardless of whether or not they are in a face-to-face or hybrid course)
  • All students living in a fraternity or sorority house who are not fully vaccinated (regardless of whether or not they are in a face-to-face or hybrid course)

Employees

  • All faculty, instructors, staff and graduate teaching assistants who not fully vaccinated and who are working or visiting for any length of time physically on a CSU campus or other university grounds in Larimer County (including research staff)

Exemptions from Mandatory Screening

  • Any student, faculty or staff member who is fully vaccinated does not need to screen
  • “Fully vaccinated” is two weeks after your second dose of a two-dose vaccine, or two weeks after a single dose vaccine