Testing

All members of the Notre Dame community who are showing symptoms of COVID-19, including a high fever, difficulty breathing, or loss of taste or smell are encouraged to promptly seek a COVID-19 test. 

On-Campus Testing

Students experiencing COVID symptoms should call University Health Services (UHS) at 574-631-7497. 

Faculty and staff experiencing COVID symptoms can call the Wellness Center at 574-631-0050.

Off-Campus Testing

COVID-19 testing is available throughout the local community.

In order to accurately track the virus on campus and provide necessary guidance for quarantine and isolation, students, faculty, and staff who use an off-campus provider for a COVID test should share their test results with on-campus healthcare providers.

  • Students: Upload a photo of your test results through your UHS patient portal. After a positive result is confirmed or received through the patient portal, you will need to isolate in your on or off-campus residence for five days. Learn more about student quarantine and isolation.
     
  • Faculty and Staff: Take a photo of your test result and email it to the Notre Dame Wellness Center at ndocchealth@premisehealth.com.

At-Home Test Kits

At-home testing kits are readily available through local pharmacies, healthcare providers, health departments and the U.S. government.

  • Students: Call UHS at 574-631-7497 to discuss your positive test results with a staff member who will then order a confirmatory test at UHS. If your at-home test results are positive outside of normal business hours, please call UHS at 574-631-7497 to be connected to an after hours, on-call nurse to report your results and receive medical guidance. A UHS staff member will be in touch the next business day regarding next steps. Until you hear from UHS, please isolate in your on or off-campus residence.
  • Faculty and Staff: Take a photo of your test result and email it to the Notre Dame Wellness Center at ndocchealth@premisehealth.com.

Surveillance Testing

Surveillance testing is currently suspended. Students, faculty, and staff who received an exemption from the vaccination and booster requirements, or faculty and staff who have not yet provided proof of vaccination, are no longer required to report for weekly surveillance testing.