Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update | Last updated April 25th, 2022
This page has important COVID-19 information regarding the COVID testing requirement.
Use these links to quickly navigate to the topics addressed on this page.
Submit Your Vaccine Info or Test Results
All students who do not meet fully vaccinated status living, working, or studying on campus must test for COVID-19 once every week during the semester.
Weekly testing is not required the week of finals: May 2nd-May 5th 2022
You have two options to test for COVID-19 every week:
The following sections provide information regarding testing exemptions, testing options, and other COVID-19 protocols.
You will be exempt from the testing requirement if:
Submit Vaccine Information
Submit COVID Test Results
Request an Academic Accommodation
Below is a list of all graduate programs and the testing schedule each program must follow. Fully vaccinated graduate students currently do not need to test for COVID during the spring semester.
All Health Science Graduate students are required to test weekly during the fall semester. Below is a list of all Health Science graduate programs:
Type of test:
Learn more about COVID-19 symptoms
Weekly testing is available Monday-Thursday at the following times:
*Return to campus testing has different hours than above to accommodate those moving in on the weekends.
Use the following links to view when testing is available and to register to test on campus. If you cannot test at one of the following on campus testing sites, you must schedule an off campus COVID test.
Schedule Testing March 21st- May 5th
Prior to arriving to the testing site, you must:
You have the option to test off campus at a community testing site or with a healthcare provider. If you choose to test off campus, you must ensure you receive results by the Friday of the week you are required to test. For example, you must submit off campus test results for the week of September 13-17 no later than Friday, September 17.
Please submit your test results to the COVID-19 Reporting Form. If you test off campus, you must make your own testing arrangements and ensure you receive proper documentation of your test results.
Find a Testing Location Near You
Submit Test Results
How will I know if I need to test?
If you do not meet any of the testing exemptions, you are required to test.
Student Life will also send a reminder email the week before you are required to test.
Do I need to sign up for a testing time if I test on campus?
Yes, you must sign up in advance to test on campus.
If you choose to test at an off-campus location, you must make your own testing arrangements.
Will anyone else know about my test result?
Carroll University is required to report all results to the local health department. The Waukesha County Health Department and Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene will be informed of your positive test results. A Carroll University contact tracer will also follow up with you.
Do I have to do the testing at Carroll?
You may choose to test at a site closer to your home. You should ensure that testing is a PCR or rapid antigen test, and results will be received prior to arriving on campus. Submit your results to the COVID-19 Reporting Form.
I’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine. Do I still need to submit a negative test result?
If you are fully vaccinated students do not need to test. Submit your vaccine information to the COVID-19 Reporting Form.
You must still test weekly if you have only received one dose of a two-dose vaccine.
I previously tested positive for COVID-19. Do I still need to test?
If you tested positive for COVID-19 you are not required to test for 90 days following your positive test result. If you have tested positive on or after October 20, 2021, please report your test results to the COVID-19 Reporting Form.
If you have additional questions, please direct them to the appropriate contact:
We look forward to seeing you back on campus soon!