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Testing Schedule

On-Campus COVID-19 Testing Information


Testing is provided by ENZO Labs at College Terrace.

By appointment only - use the "schedule your appointment" link below to see available dates and times.


For students/faculty/staff with Enzo Laboratory for individual PCR testing.


  1. Use this link to register an account with ENZO LabsYou only need to register one time. After you have completed the registration, please use the scheduling link in step 2 to make your all your appointments going forward.
  2. Use this link to schedule your appointment at Awosting Hall. If you have not yet registered with ENZO Labs, please go to step 1 and complete the registration form first.

Where the registration form asks for "Student ID", Students, Faculty, and Staff should enter the ID Number on their SUNY New Paltz ID Card that starts with 'N0. If you cannot find your ID Number, please email the Health Service at and we will provide it to you.


COVID-19 Testing Policies

All students, staff and faculty, regardless of vaccination status, must submit a negative COVID-19 test taken from Aug. 21-27 if they intend to be physically on campus this fall.  The college will accept results from antigen or PCR tests.

Residential students will NOT be able to move into their residence hall until a negative test has been submitted and approved.

Everyone, whether vaccinated or not, is strongly encouraged to get tested if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Unvaccinated students with a campus presence (the small percentage with an approved exemption) will be periodically required to get a COVID-19 test during the fall semester.  Testing will be required weekly if the community experiences a high prevalence of COVID-19.  Any expense incurred due to testing is the student's responsibility.

Vaccinated students, faculty and staff are not required to participate in surveillance testing (though they may still opt into testing at any time).

You may also choose to be tested off campus. Those who are tested off campus must upload their results via their COVID-19 profile at for them to fulfill the testing requirements described above. 

The college will make greater use of antigen tests, following the CDC and local health agencies in adopting this as the best approach for the current stage of pandemic management.  Antigen tests have the benefit of being widely available, relatively affordable, and self-administered.

Students may purchase antigen tests for $1 at the Snack Shack vending machine outside the Student Union Building.

Off-campus test results and At-home test results when uploaded to your COVID-19 Profile must include your full name, type of test, date of test collection, and results of the test. Any tests missing that information will not be accepted.