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COVID-19 Testing and Screening Information

Updated 1/20/22

PLEASE NOTE:  If you have tested positive for COVID in the last 90 days, do not get tested.

Returning to Work if You Test Positive

This is the short, online Return to Work COVID Clearance Form you will be required to complete, where you will be asked to attest that you no longer have a fever and that you’ve completed a five-day isolation period. Based on your responses, you will be given additional guidance or cleared to return to work. Your supervisor will automatically be notified of your return to work date as well. If you reported your positive results to the Health Information Line (HIL), you will receive an email containing the Clearance Form link.

Go to the Form

Testing Locations and Schedule

Fully vaccinated employees may opt out from mandatory weekly testing upon reporting their vaccination status in SOLAR and currently are  only required to test once a month, with the testing schedule based on last name, as shown in the table below. 

Faculty and Staff
Should Test on the following weeks:
A – E
F – L
M – R
S – Z
  • Mandatory weekly surveillance testing will continue to be required for any person who has a physical presence on campus and who has not been fully vaccinated or who has not reported being fully vaccinated in SOLAR.
  • Contractors and outside vendors should continue with the current process they follow.

Test Scheduler Tool

We encourage you to use the COVID-19 Scheduler Tool, which enables employees to:

  • View and reserve a convenient appointment time and select the most convenient of three locations.
  • Identify appointment times when the testing schedule may be less busy.
  • Receive a reminder email indicating appointment time and location.
  • Simply choose a new date/time if there’s a need to reschedule.
Testing Schedule for Spring 2022 Semester
SAC – COVID Pooled Testing – Ballroom B
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm ( closed Fridays)

HSC COVID Pooled Testing – Galleria HSC
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm ( closed Fridays)

SBU Southampton - COVID Pool Testing – Student Center
Mondays, Thursdays, 8:30 am – 2:00 pm
Please use this link to register for your test

University Policy Department – South Campus (Dutchess Hall)
Tuesdays, Thursdays, 6 pm – 10 pm
Fridays, 6 am – 10 am

Stony Brook Medicine Tech Park*
31 Research Way, East Setauket 11733
Human Resources/Quality Building, Conference room A ( enter through back of building, through the café)
Fridays, 9 am – 3 pm

Stony Brook Medicine Life Care Center at Hampton Bays*
225 W. Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays 11946 ( Room 6)
Tuesdays, 9 am – 3 pm

Advanced Specialty Care - Stony Brook Medicine*
500 Commack Road, Commack 11725 ( breakroom behind the café)
Mondays, 9 am – 3 pm

*These testing sites are designed to accommodate employees at remote locations. They conduct COVID pooled saliva testing, are staffed by a traveling nurse, and require you to register at least two hours in advance of your test (see below) 

Registering for Your COVID-19 Saliva Test at the New Sites

  • Please register at least two hours before you test.
  • Click here to register for your test. 
  • If this is your first time using the registration site, choose “Register.” Enter your SBU email ( ) and create a new password that meets the minimum criteria. DO NOT use your SBU password.

To complete the online registration form:

  • ONLY enter your name, email address, phone number, SBU ID# and date of birth on the registration form even though it asks for or “requires” additional information.
  • Do not enter health insurance information. It is not needed.
  • Do not enter SSN.
  • If the form prevents you from proceeding without completing a field enter 0 (zeros) for digits and NA for words.
  • Please note that your test kit will be given to you at the testing site.

If you have already registered all you need to do is log onto the SUNY site and choose "new test".

Before testing please make sure that:

  • Within one hour before testing, you have not brushed your teeth or used mouthwash.
  • Within 30 minutes of testing, you have not eaten or drank anything, including mints, gum or lozenges.
  • In the 30 minutes before testing , you have not smoked or used smokeless tobacco products. 

If you have questions, please call the Health Information Line (HIL) at (631) 632-5000.

Testing Questions? Please Contact:

Stony Brook University employees:

Stony Brook University Hospital employees:

Long Island State Veterans Home employees: 

If you have any questions about your COVID-19 test or the testing process, please refer to these FAQs  for more information or contact the Health Information Line (HIL) at (631) 632-5000, Option #1. Be sure to also visit this page for ongoing updates. 

CampusClear Daily Self-Screening
  • Employees will no longer be required to self-screen before coming to their campus worksite.
  • We will, however, ask you to complete the daily CampusClear health screening app if you do not feel well or want to monitor for any symptoms before you leave to work on campus. The screening will also advise you on next steps.
  • Please do not come to campus if you don’t feel well, and contact the Health Information Line (HIL) at (631) 632-5000, Option #1 with any COVID-related concerns or positive test results.

How to Access CampusClear

Website : To register and access the CampusClear screener application via a web browser, please visit: CampusClear Web App.

Mobile App : To download the CampusClear screener application to your mobile device, please visit: CampusClear Mobile App.

No Device ? No problem! Employees who do not have access to a mobile device or computer may continue to use the paper Daily Health Self-Screening Log.


More Questions? Email