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COVID-19 Information & Testing Resources

 


COVID-19 Testing Policies for Spring 2022

Everyone, whether vaccinated or not, is strongly encouraged to get tested if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Unvaccinated students, faculty and staff must test for COVID-19 every week they are on campus.

Vaccinated students, faculty and staff will be required to participate in periodic surveillance testing, with one exeption: Anyone who gets their COVID-19 booster and uploads to the COVID-19 Profile at my.newpaltz.edu will not be required to participate in surveillance testing (though they may still opt into testing at any time).

Click here to view the surveillance testing schedule for employees in spring 2022.

Click here to view the surveillance testing schedule for students in spring 2022.

On-campus PCR testing will be provided by our partners at Enzo Labs. Testing will take place at Awosting Hall and will be offered on an appointment-only basis. Testing will be billed through your insurance.

Enzo Labs testing is by appointment only and they must be scheduled a minimum of 24 hours in advance.

  1. Use this link to register an account with ENZO LabsYou only need to register one time. After you have completed the registration, please use the scheduling link in step 2 to make your all your appointments going forward.
  2. Use this link to schedule your appointment at Awosting Hall. If you have not yet registered with ENZO Labs, please go to step 1 and complete the registration form first.

The on-campus COVID-19 testing schedule can be found here.

You may also choose to be tested off campus. Those who are tested off campus must upload their results via their COVID-19 profile at my.newpaltz.edu for them to fulfill the testing requirements described above. 

**Off-campus tests must be PCR tests. We do not accept antigen tests**

Off-campus test results must include your full name, type of test, date of test collection, and results of the test. Any tests missing that information will not be accepted.

Students experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should contact the Student Health Service (845-257-3400) or their physician to arrange a diagnostic test. Employees experiencing symptoms should contact their physician.