Covid-19 Testing Locations and Hours

If you live or work on campus, we strongly encourage you to get tested weekly, even if you aren’t experiencing Covid-19 symptoms. This is an essential part of protecting yourself and the Georgia Tech community. There are several options for getting tested, both on and off campus.

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ON-CAMPUS COVID-19 TESTING

 

Symptomatic Testing (Students Only)

Stamps Health Services

Who We Serve: Currently enrolled students and postdocs on the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) who have Covid-19 symptoms.

 

Travel-Certified Testing

For certification of Covid-19 test results for travel, testing is available using Vault kits. Turn around time is typically 48-72 hours from when the lab receives it.* For more information, including eligibility and instructions, please visit Covid-19 Tests for Travel.

*Special notice for travel testing on Saturday, May 1, and May 8: Testing samples will be delivered by both FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service, and they will arrive on Monday morning, when the 48- to 72-hour processing window will begin. Please make your travel plans accordingly if you are testing on these dates.

Travel Testing Sites Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat
760 Spring Street
Across from the Coda Building 
Map and directions.
10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p May 1 and May 8
10a — 2p
   
Price Gilbert Memorial Library 
Main entrance off Cherry Street
Map and directions.
10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p Closed
   
Couch Building 
840 McMillan Street
Map and directions.
10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p 10a — 3p Closed
 

Asymptomatic Testing

Surveillance Test Sites

Who We Serve: Students, postdocs, faculty, and staff who do not have Covid-19 symptoms.

  • Appointments: No appointment is needed. Testing is done on a walk-up basis. Before each visit, login to mytest.gatech.edu with your Georgia Tech account, complete the survey, and save the tracking barcode to your phone.
  • Cost: Free
  • What to Bring: Your cell phone. 
    *Effective Jan. 11: You no longer need to swipe your BuzzCard upon entry.*
  • Results: Available on average within 48 hours.
  • Locations and Hours:
Testing Sites Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
760 Spring Street
Across from the Coda Building 
Map and directions.
9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 7p 9a — 5p
 
Couch Building 
840 McMillan Street
Map and directions.
9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p
 
Ferst Center (Lobby) 
349 Ferst Drive
Map and directions.
9a — 5p 9a — 5p Closed Closed Closed
 
GT Connector 
116 Bobby Dodd Way NW
Map and directions.
9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 5p
 
North Ave. (Centennial Room) 
Across from Dining Hall entrance 
Map and directions.
Closed Closed 9a — 5p 9a — 5p Closed
 
Price Gilbert Memorial Library 
Main entrance off Cherry Street
Map and directions.
9a — 5p 9a — 5p 9a — 6p 9a — 6p 9a — 5p
 
Tenth and Home (Activity Room) 
Building A
Map and directions.
Closed Closed Closed Closed 9a — 5p
 
Special Testing Sites Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences (Main Atrium)
**Researcher-Focused site**
315 Ferst Drive NW
Map and directions.
Closed 9a — 5p 9a — 5p Closed Closed
 
Love Manufacturing Building (Main Atrium)
**Researcher-Focused site**
771 Ferst Drive NW
Map and directions.
Closed Closed Closed Closed 9a — 5p
 

Disability Accommodations

Personal assistance with completing a Covid-19 test is available to students through Stamps Health Services. To schedule, please email Dr. Benjamin Holton, senior director.

 

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Symptomatic or Asymptomatic Testing

Fulton County Pop-Up Test Site
Pop-up testing sites are operational on a short-term basis.

Who We Serve: Students, postdocs, faculty, staff and their family members with or without Covid-19 symptoms.

  • Location: McCamish Pavilion parking lot. Map and directions.
  • No upcoming dates at this time.
  • Hours: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Appointments: Walk-ups will be served, but registration and pre-screening are strongly encouraged.
    Appointments can also be made by calling 404.613.8150.
  • Cost: Free
  • Results: Typically available within 48-72 hours.
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OFF-CAMPUS COVID-19 TESTING

Your Doctor's Office

Your primary care physician can test you for current or past Covid-19 infections.
The time it takes for your results to come back will vary depending on the lab your doctor uses.

Georgia Department of Public Health Testing Sites

To be tested for a current Covid-19 infection, visit the Georgia Department of Public Health website to find a testing location

Drive-thru Clinics

You can get a Covid-19 test at a rapid drive-thru clinic. Please refer to the clinic's website for details about scheduling and the type of test performed. For rapid tests, results are typically given at the time of test, but this varies according to the organization administering the test and providing results.

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More Testing Information

Learn more about Georgia Tech's testing strategy, including answers to frequently asked questions:

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