This semester, the University has expanded its COVID-19 testing program, increasing the number of people tested routinely.
Additionally, even if you’re not in one of the high-contact groups that are routinely tested, you can still get tested on campus. Open testing is offered every Monday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in Webster Hall. Here’s how to register. Results generally take a couple of days. The University plans to introduce rapid testing at this location in the near future.
Another option is to use is the Passaic County testing site on campus, open Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Lot 60. Use 147 Clove Road, Little Falls, NJ 07424 as your address, so that the University Health Center will receive a copy of your results. The site may be closed during inclement weather, so check with the county before you go.
If you get tested, be sure to report it on Hawk Check, the University’s daily COVID-19 self-assessment tool.
Visit the COVID-19 dashboard, updated each Friday, to see the number of cases on campus and the number of tests administered by the University, along with the weekly positivity rate. The dashboard also now includes the number of students and employees who have been vaccinated, as reported on Hawk Check.
For more detailed information about Montclair State’s response to the pandemic, visit the Restart FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions about health, technology, facilities and human resources topics. In addition, the University Health Center’s COVID-19 site offers health and wellness tips.