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Checklist for Campus Access

  1. Submit proof of your prior vaccination through the GU360 mobile app or GU360 website. If you will not be fully vaccinated and boosted by the time you arrive on campus, contact to coordinate your vaccination plan and request a deadline extension.
  2. Become a One Medical member using this link and your NetID email address so you can schedule testing and receive test results. If you have already registered, you do not need to re-register. You do not need to download the One Medical app to register.
    • Instructions for Registering for a One Medical Account 
    • If you have a personal account with One Medical, you will need to convert your account to a Georgetown University account. Please email with your name, date of birth and your Georgetown email address so a team member can convert your account.
    • If you have difficulty registering with One Medical, please refer to these answers to frequently asked questions.
  3. Consent to share COVID-19 test results with Georgetown by completing the consent form. Please enter 202-687-0100 for the third party telephone number on the consent form.
    • You must authorize One Medical to receive COVID-19 test results and health data self-reported through the mobile application and to release COVID-19 test results to Georgetown’s public health team.
    • Georgetown will continue to comply with all applicable privacy, confidentiality and public health laws related to collection and maintenance of testing and other health-related records.
  4. Take an arrival test within 72 hours prior to arriving to work or study on campus, regardless of your vaccination status. Follow the additional testing requirements noted below.
  5. Follow all public health instructions about quarantine (if you experience symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19) and isolation (if you have tested positive or been diagnosed with COVID-19), which may be influenced by your vaccination status.
  6. If you are not fully vaccinated and receive a medical or religious exemption or extension, fill out the COVID-19 Symptom Check-in survey through the GU360 mobile app or GU360 website one to two hours before arriving on campus each day that you come to campus. GOCard access is linked to regular completion of the COVID-19 Symptom Check-In survey. If you have not completed a survey in the previous 24 hours, your GOCard will temporarily be deactivated until you complete a new survey. Please allow one to two hours for it to be reactivated after you complete your survey. If you are fully vaccinated, complete the COVID-19 Symptom Check-In survey if you have symptoms or have been exposed to a known COVID-19 case.
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How to Get Tested on Campus

Once registered with One Medical, tests are available on the Main Campus with additional testing on the Law Center campus.

Hours of Operations

Main Campus: Leavey Conference Center

  • Monday: 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 – 4 p.m.
  • Thursday: 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 – 4 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m. 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 – 2 p.m.

*Leavey Center altered hours of testing:

  • Friday, May 27: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Law Center: The Scott K. Ginsburg Sport & Fitness Center

  • Monday-Tuesday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.; 2 – 5:45 p.m.
  • Wednesday-Thursday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.; 2 – 5 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

*Law Center altered hours of testing:

  • June 3: Closed

School of Continuing Studies (640 Massachusetts Ave NW)

  • Tuesdays, 5 – 8 p.m. (walk-in appointments only)

Holiday Closures

  • Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day)

You should self-schedule your appointments at a Georgetown testing site through the One Medical app or website. New slots are added daily, so please continue to check the app for appointment availability. You will get your test results via a secure message in your One Medical account. 

If you have not done so already, you must sign the consent form, which authorizes One Medical to release your COVID-19 test results to Georgetown. Georgetown will continue to comply with all applicable privacy, confidentiality, and public health laws related to collection and maintenance of testing and other health-related records. Georgetown’s public health team cannot keep our community safe without having access to this information.

Tests at the Student Health Center

Along with routine primary care, the Student Health Center is providing COVID-19 testing to symptomatic students and providing care to students with COVID-19 concerns and symptoms.


Please visit the University’s Event and Visitor Guidelines web page for more information about the visitor vaccination requirement and registration process.

If you have any questions or concerns about the testing process or the One Medical app, please contact One Medical at 1-888-ONEMED1 (1-888-663-6331) or

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Testing Requirements

Asymptomatic Testing

Fully vaccinated, booster-eligible students, faculty and staff who have not yet been boosted because they have received an exemption or deadline extension from the booster shot requirement will need to test once per week.

Students, faculty and staff who are exempt from vaccination for religious or medical reasons will need to continue to test twice per week.

All other students, faculty and staff will be randomly selected for asymptomatic testing and receive an email asking them to complete a COVID-19 test at one of our on-campus testing sites as soon as possible, but no later than Thursday of that week. When you are selected for this random testing, please be sure to comply as this is an important part of our public health effort to monitor disease activity on our campuses.

Symptomatic Testing

Students, faculty and staff experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 must complete the COVID-19 Symptom Check-In survey and get tested as soon as possible.

“Close Contact” or Exposure Testing

We will continue to test asymptomatic individuals who have been in close contact with, or potentially exposed to, somebody who has tested positive for COVID-19.

On-Demand Testing

Free COVID-19 testing is available on demand on Georgetown’s campuses. Georgetown has partnered with One Medical to provide COVID-19 PCR testing on campus at no charge to University community members.

After-Hours Testing

If you need to get tested due to exposure or symptoms during the weekend or when the One Medical testing sites on our campuses are closed, please complete the COVID-19 Symptom Check-In survey in the GU360 app, and a Care Navigator will get in touch with you to facilitate antigen testing.

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Off-Campus Testing

Free COVID-19 testing is available for residents of Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia also have testing sites available for residents. 

Any faculty and staff member can get tested at 85+ One Medical office locations nationwide; the cost will be billed to your insurance, though most insurance companies are covering the full cost of COVID-19 testing. Members can book a testing appointment online or in the One Medical app, entering a reason for the visit (ex: “COVID test”), selecting “COVID PCR Test as your appointment type, and selecting a location and time.

Community members required to participate in Georgetown’s testing protocol may choose to schedule a test with a third-party healthcare provider. Payment for third-party testing is your responsibility. You must report your test results to Georgetown in a timely manner, consistent with the above testing requirements, by submitting the COVID Test Result Submission Form.

Refer to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services list of Community-Based Testing Sites for COVID-19 by state.

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Quarantine and Isolation

Please refer to the Quarantine and Isolation page for guidance and resources for community members who are required to self-quarantine or isolate.

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Please refer to the COVID-19 FAQ page for answers to frequently asked questions about testing, One Medical, contact tracing and other health and safety measures and policies.

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