COVID-19 Testing at MSU

Please note: Testing at Spartan Stadium will CLOSE at NOON Friday, April 23, 2021. We apologize for any inconvenience.

MSU Health Care is pleased to support the MSU community testing at Spartan Stadium. While MSU has a limited number of students, faculty and staff on campus, the university still will provide COVID-19 testing for members of the community.

If you are feeling ill or have tested positive for COVID-19 and have questions, contact MSU's COVID-19 Triage Hotline at 855-958-2678 or your primary health care provider.

Triage Hotline hours: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

If you are ill or test positive, you should self-isolate and avoid close contact with others. For students who live on campus, space for isolation will be provided. More information on what to do if you feel sick can be found on the CDC website

MSU Test Sites

MSU continues testing at the following locations for students, faculty and staff to be tested. Please have your insurance information and Driver's license or Social Security Number available at test check-in.

  • Spartan Stadium, Southeast Concourse, Gate B
    Spartan Stadium, Southeast Concourse, Gate B

    No appointment necessary - Walk-in. No age restrictions.
    It is important to meet medical necessity, learn more here.

    Please note: Testing at Spartan Stadium will CLOSE at NOON Friday, April 23, 2021.

    • Hours:
      • Mondays - Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Olin Health Center | MSU Students Only
    Olin Health Center

    By appointment only. For MSU students who are experiencing symptoms.

    • Hours: 
      • Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Our testing approach allows us to rapidly help individuals who have symptoms and work effectively with our local and state public health agencies to identify and test those who may have been exposed:

    • Any students, faculty or staff presenting symptoms or identified through contact tracing as having been in close contact with a known or possible positive person will be tested.
    • MSU is working with both the MSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Sparrow Laboratories to perform COVID-19 diagnostic testing for the MSU community.
  • Non-MSU Testing Resources
    For a list of other COVID-19 testing sites, please visit

COVID-19 Testing Results

COVID-19 testing results for both locations can be found on the MyMSUHealth patient portal.

The MSU COVID-19 Early Detection Program

The MSU COVID-19 Early Detection Program has been designed to create a campus-wide net that provides two primary benefits:

Secure and timely test data that provides the COVID-19 status of campus community members at the highest risk of transmission. This enables individuals to protect themselves and each other from spread.

The generation of actionable, quality population level data, so that university leaders can make critical, informed, and immediate decisions regarding the health and safety of MSU’s people and places.

Learn more information about this program at: