The self-test kits are available for all current UT students, faculty and staff members for free at various distribution sites on campus. To access the kits, simply show your UTID to the staff member onsite at any of the locations listed below.Please use this self-test kit at home or in a private/non-public setting.
* If you live in Littlefield Residence Hall (LTD), please go to the front desk of Carothers Residence Hall (CRD). If you live in Whitis Court, please go to the front desk of Duren Residence Hall.
Self-test kits are also available to those who work off-campus at the ARL Main Building and PRC Commons Conference Center, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, McDonald Observatory, and Marine Sciences Institute
Follow the guidance listed in the
Exposure Action Chart
Also, see the guidance for ending self-isolation and returning to regular activities after COVID-19 infection. Students can call the Behavior Concerns and COVID-19 Advice Line (BCCAL) at 512-232-5050, option 2 if they need assistance with isolation. Employees who need guidance on isolation and quarantine can contact Occupational Health Program (OHP).
No, self-test kits are provided to all current UT students, staff and faculty for free.
Students, faculty, and staff should show their UTID to the staff member onsite at any self-test kit distribution sites on campus.
Students, faculty and staff will be given four test kits. To ensure the current supply is widely available to all members of the Longhorn community, please only request/accept the two self-kits at this time. As additional tests become available or you utilize both test kits you receive, we invite you to pick up more supplies.
The self-test kits being distributed are rapid antigen tests. They have high sensitivity and specificity and are similar to the types of tests used in the PCT clinics.
The self-test kits are provided from the state to the university for distribution to the Longhorn community.
Expiration dates have been extended in most cases. Please reference the printed expiration date and lot number on the test kits you received, and then view the FDA's approved expiration date extensions.
Self-test kits distributed through the university are intended for current UT students, staff and faculty only.
The longevity of self-test kit distribution depends on supply and demand; however, we have sufficient resources to continue distribution of self-test kits for the foreseeable future.
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