HR Support Pros is partnering with Stanislaus State to provide free COVID-19 testing to students, faculty, staff and the general public at the University’s Turlock campus. Testing is free for all insurance types and for those without insurance.
Parking Lot 11
- Drive-thru testing is open to everyone. Bring a photo ID and insurance card (if applicable).
- Walk-up testing is for faculty, staff & students only. Stan State ID (or bring your ID number) is required to access the walk-up site.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
One University Circle, Turlock in Parking Lot 11
(enter at Andre Lane)
- Walk-up testing is for faculty, staff & students only.
- Stan State ID (or bring your ID number) is required to access the walk-up site.
Tuesday & Thursday
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
One University Circle, Turlock at the Pergola
(east of Bizzini Hall, near Village Lake)
- A PCR nasal swab test is available at no cost for all insurance types and for those without insurance.
- Pre-registration on the lab website is strongly recommended for faster on-site service.
- Testing is available for all ages. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Test results will be provided by e-notification.
If you experience trouble receiving results after five (5) business days, call HR Support at (308) 244-4581.
COVID-19 Protocol for Testing
The purpose of this protocol is to establish the process for testing, sequestering and repeat testing for COVID-19. The protocol will identify the processes for members for the campus community to access testing, and what individuals should do following test results. This protocol is based on evolving conditions and will be updated as new guidance or regulations are presented.
CA Testing Locations
Free, confidential COVID-19 testing is available to every Californian that needs it. Appointments are required.
On the covid19.ca.gov page you will find:
- Testing locations
- Types of tests
- Cost for testing
- Who can get tested
- How to get tested
- Questions and answers
COVID-19 at-home collection kit
If you suspect you have COVID-19, testing no longer requires visiting the doctor's office. In just a few steps, you can now purchase your own test and collect your own sample—in the comfort of your own home.
Updated: September 30, 2021