COVID-19 Testing Site
A drive-thru testing site located on the east side of Bishop-Lehr on UNC's campus is available to the UNC and greater Weld County communities from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
UNC students who live in on-campus residential housing can walk up to the site to get tested per UNC's screening test policies.
The site is ran by Mako Medical, and the test comprises of a lower nasal-swab test that's free, painless and quick. It's not the nasopharyngeal test that goes deep in the nostril. Results are provided via an online account in three to four business days.
The testing site is hosted by the State of Colorado, City of Greeley and UNC and replaced the previous Curative testing kiosk on the UNC campus as well as the other testing site located at the Youth Sports Complex. Both of which closed permanently on February 5.
You will need to create an online account with the laboratory to receive results. An account can be created by visiting Mako Medical's website.
Additional instructions will be provided at the testing site.
Sunday - Saturday
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
East side of Bishop-Lehr
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The testing site does not accept insurance or collect any insurance information, is open to all residents and doesn't require any form of government ID or other identification in order to be tested.
Each testing site provides a Spanish translator and will make its best efforts to accommodate other language speakers.
Students and employees are strongly encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 often. Randomized groups of students will receive an email to their Bear Mail about their assigned week to get tested at the testing site. UNC students who live in on-campus residential housing can walk up to the site to get tested per UNC's screening test policies. Parking isn't available at this testing site.
If you're a campus community member who is symptomatic or were exposed to a positive case, you should get tested at the UNC Student Health Center. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment for testing at 970-351-2412.
In addition, the state is continuing to support mobile test sites and pop-up community testing events communities across the state. There are more than 50 free community testing sites across the state, as well as dozens of locations offered by private providers. The state will continue to work with local partners to meet community testing needs in a manner that best serves their residents.