SEVERE WEATHER is anticipated to impact the SU campus. All outdoor activities scheduled on campus ahead of tonight’s football game are canceled.
Testing Schedule for North Campus Residence Halls
Dear North Campus Students:
As a follow up to the campuswide message shared a short time ago, we are writing to share the testing schedule for all students who live in North Campus residence halls. Due to emerging clusters of COVID-19 cases among our on-campus students, all North Campus students will be required to test twice weekly for the foreseeable future. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action as previously communicated.
Twice-Weekly Testing Schedule:
All testing will be performed at the University’s Stadium Testing Center. The testing schedule is as follows:
- Thursday, March 18: Residents of Day Hall; Flint Hall; Brewster, Boland and Brockway Halls; Shaw Hall; Haven Hall; Lyons Hall; and Walnut Hall
- Friday, March 19: Residents of Booth Hall; DellPlain Hall; Marion Hall; Lawrinson Hall; Sadler Hall; Watson Hall; Kimmel Hall; Ernie Davis Hall; and Washington Arms
- Monday, March 22: Residents of Day Hall; Flint Hall; Brewster, Boland and Brockway Halls; Shaw Hall; Haven Hall; Lyons Hall; and Walnut Hall
- Tuesday, March 23: Residents of Booth Hall; DellPlain Hall; Marion Hall; Lawrinson Hall; Sadler Hall; Watson Hall; Kimmel Hall; Ernie Davis Hall; and Washington Arms
Stadium Testing Center Reminders:
- The Stadium Testing Center is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday; Wednesday evenings from 5 to 10 p.m.; and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Please enter the stadium through Gate N.
- No appointments are required.
- Bring your Syracuse University I.D.
- Do not eat, drink anything (including water), brush your teeth or use mouthwash, chew gum, or use any tobacco products in the 30 minutes prior to testing.
Quickly identifying, isolating, contact tracing and quarantining is key to mitigating the potential for an outbreak on our campus. We appreciate your continued cooperation as ongoing COVID-19 testing continues to be a critical component of the University’s public health strategy.
Syracuse University Public Health Team