Weekly Pool Testing Schedule
Spring 2021 semester information:
Testing for all residential students and employees who are only on campus on Mondays:
- Mondays, 10:00am - 4:00pm
All residential students must test Monday unless their class schedule does not allow.
Students living in Outback, Fort Awesome, or Wayback and Employees: Testing is located in Wayback, first floor.
Students living in the apartments: Testing is located in Red Room, Student Services Building *as of Monday, February 8.
Testing for commuter students attending in-person classes or coming to campus weekly, employees, and residential students who cannot attend Monday’s testing:
Tuesdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm, The Performing Arts Center
Wednesdays, 2:00 - 4:30pm, The Performing Arts Center
Thursdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm, The Performing Arts Center
All testing days Tuesday through Thursday will take place in The Performing Arts Center. Please enter on the mall level south side, toward the W1 parking lot, Visual Arts Building.
All students and employees must be registered with SUNY Upstate Laboratory to participate in the pooled testing. If you participated in the pooled testing on campus last semester, you do not have to register again.
If you did not participate last semester, you must go to www.suny-covid-test.com to register before coming to the testing site. You will need to enter your demographics and your health insurance information.
The dates of these requirements may change if the academic schedule needs to be adjusted relative to increased rates of positivity and transmission of COVID-19 in the community. Timely notifications will be emailed if adjustments are needed.
Please remember that weekly testing is required for all students living on campus or coming to campus for class or other activities weekly. Students who fail to comply with the above requirements will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct for possible sanctions.
Thank you again for your cooperation in helping to provide and maintain a healthy and safe campus environment.keep readingstudent announcements >>
Student Laptop Survey
The campus technology committee (ITAC) is considering recommending a campus-wide policy requiring all students to own a laptop. We are asking student to participate in a brief, 5 minute survey, to help determine this policy, and how it can be made as effective and equitable as possible.keep readingstudent announcements >>
Virtual Office Hours
Food Pantry - Spring Appointments
The Purchase College Food Pantry is now open and is committed to ensuring that the pantry remains available to food insecure students who are on campus, but in a way that preserves the safety of both students and staff. To this end, the food pantry will now be accessible by appointment only.keep readingstudent announcements >>
Health & Wellness
Counseling Center Services
The Counseling Center is open and responding to both email COU.firstname.lastname@example.org and phone messages. Please call us at (914) 251-6390 if you would like to speak with a therapist about remote services. Check out our Counseling home page info, links, referrals for self-help and more coping resources during COVID response times. We offer Therapy Assisted Online for all students at no cost. TAO offers web-based, interactive self-help sessions for a therapy break you can use anytime, anywhere.Keep reading announcement»
While I try to spend some time reflecting on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s teachings every year at this time, in the wake of the violence at the Capitol building, it seems especially relevant.
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