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Student COVID-19 Testing Event - FREE

Starting November 4, WSSU students can get tested at the Anderson Center before heading home for winter break. WSSU, in partnership with StarMed, will host five no-cost testing events on campus. All students are encouraged to participate. 

TESTING DATES

  • November 4
  • November 5
  • November 6
  • November 7
  • November 8

TIME

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

LOCATION

Winston-Salem State University Anderson Center

TESTING & RESULTS

Nasal Swab Test (PCR) – Covered at 100%, no cost to students

  • Results will be available on average in 3 days
  • Providers will contact patients via text message and email with positive or negative results

PRE-REGISTRATION CHECK-IN PROCEDURE

  • Text the word "COVID" to 704-850-6996 to pre-register and complete your virtual visit to reduce your wait time for testing
  • Compete the registration form
  • Select "YES" to questions asking if you are at the testing site
  • Once submitted, save a copy/screenshot of your CONFIRMATION to present at the testing site

If you have questions about the testing event, please contact the Student Health Center, 336-750-3301.

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