Getting Tested

University of Redlands Health Checks and Testing Protocol

The University’s COVID-19 prevention policy for access to campus by unvaccinated and vaccinated but not yet boosted members of our community requires all such individuals (students, faculty, and staff) who work, study, or reside on-site to complete weekly surveillance testing.  This approach is the most effective practice our community can utilize to screen and isolate individuals who exhibit symptoms or positive evidence of COVID-19 infection.  Regular health checks and testing—along with other prevention protocols including physical distancing, the use of face coverings, enhanced cleaning, and good hygiene practices—will help us minimize the prevalence of COVID-19 in our community.

Our “surveillance” testing program (collecting and analyzing samples from selected non-symptomatic individuals) is aided by our partnership with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (County DPH), which operates a community COVID-19 testing clinic on the University’s Redlands campus making it convenient for those on the Redlands campus to schedule appointments. The purpose of this testing protocol is to screen for positive COVID-19 cases and aid in identifying potential outbreaks sooner than we would if only relying on a daily health assessment/symptom survey.  The health, safety and privacy of our community is our top priority.

Testing Sites and Information

State of California Testing Sites

https://lhi.care/covidtesting

PDF: State OptumServe Community Testing Locations

San Bernardino County Testing Information

https://sbcovid19.com/

https://sbcovid19.com/testing-sites/

PDF: SB County Stationary Sites

PDF: Arrowhead DriveThru Testing Colton

Marin County Testing Information

https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/covid-19-testing-information

PDF: Marin County COVID-19 Testing Info

Testing Exemption

You are exempt from the weekly surveillance testing requirement if you have received the primary series of a COVID vaccine (two doses for Pfizer and Moderna; one dose for Johnson & Johnson) and a booster of COVID-19 vaccine within three weeks of becoming eligible to do so.

Submit a copy of your completed COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to the University by following instructions in the vaccination policy.

Note that, regardless of your vaccination status, if you develop COVID-19 symptoms, you must notify the University via our reporting form, so we can respond appropriately and request you receive a diagnostic test.