Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our community members. In addition to enhanced cleaning and safety protocols, we are implementing preventative measures to help keep our community safe.

All students, faculty, and staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVD-19 by Monday, Aug. 16, in order to return to campus for the fall 2021 semester, with the exception of certain religious and medical exemptions.

All students, faculty, and staff who are vaccinated or exempt from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will need to enter the on-campus testing protocol.

  • Vaccinated individuals are required to test once per week.
  • Unvaccinated individuals with an approved exemption are required to test twice per week (every 4 days).
  • All community members must obtain a negative PCR test result no more than one week prior to returning to campus.
  • All incoming residential students
    • You must submit a negative PCR Test result into CoVerified that was collected within 72 hours of arrival to campus.
    • This includes residents that have received approval for early arrival to campus, including pre-season athletes.
  • In the event a community member presents with COVID-19 symptoms, Regis College will provide an antigen test.

Please fill out the Pride Pledge before returning to campus.

What to Expect During Testing

There is no cost to get tested, and all tests will be administered by Health Services. The process is quick, painless, and an important part of the university's campus safety protocol. Santi Pedraza Novak '23 takes us through the testing process in the brief video below.

Watch How the Testing Process Works

CoVerified: COVID-19 Testing App

All students, faculty, and staff in the Regis College COVID-19 testing protocol will use an app called CoVerified to:

  • Book testing appointments
  • Upload vaccine record
  • Receive notice of negative test results
  • Log and update your daily symptoms

Download CoVerified

Uploading your Vaccine Record by Selecting the Report tab on the CoVerfied Home Screen

To upload your vaccine information if you haven't already:

  1. Click on the addition symbol at the bottom center of the home screen
  2. Select "Upload Vaccine Record"
  3. Pick the type of the vaccine you got from the drop down menu
  4. Enter the date of your final COVID-19 dose
  5. Enter where you got your vaccine
  6. Upload a photo of your vaccine card
  7. Click "Confirm"

You can access your vaccine approval sticker by clicking "Show Badges" on the home screen.

You can also use CoVerified to set up a testing appointment if you are not vaccinated

  1. Select the same appointment time and day for each week.
  2. Click the “Testing” button and the small calendar in the upper right corner to book your tests.
  3. Select the same appointment time and day for each week.
  4. Utilize the green “cleared” screen on your phone or device for clearance around campus.

Testing Center Hours

The schedule for the testing center will be as follows:

  • Monday and Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday and Wednesday: 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The testing center will be closed on institution-recognized holidays.

  • Returning to campus

    Students, faculty, and staff are required to schedule and complete their first COVID-19 test within one week prior to returning to campus.

    Faculty and staff who have their first test done at the on-campus testing center will need to leave campus until they have obtained a negative test result from The Broad Institute in conjunction with CareEvolve.

    Please bring your Regis ID to every testing appointment.

    You can all obtain a test at an off-campus site, and then upload your results to CoVerified.

    Locations offering free PCR tests

    All Incoming Residential Students

    You must submit a negative PCR Test result into CoVerified that was collected within 72 hours of arrival to campus.

    This includes residents that have received approval for early arrival to campus, including pre-season athletes.