Our continued thanks to all of you for your ongoing participation in our required weekly pooled saliva testing. In addition to this weekly reminder for Testing Tuesdays tomorrow, we also would like to provide a reminder of the proper way to list your current address in the testing registration app.
Please update your current address in your testing app profile
In order to provide a quick turnaround time for receiving test results each week, it is very important for the location at which you live during the semester to be listed as the current address for your testing registration profile. For students who reside on campus, the address listed should be 80 Eaton Street, Morrisville NY 13408. For students who currently reside in off-campus housing, please list that address. If your current address also is your permanent address (such as commuter students or Norwich Campus students), no change to this field is necessary.
If you need to update your address, please click the “Edit Your Profile” option from the dashboard on the testing app registration home screen (see screen shot below).
Next, after choosing “SUNY Morrisville” from the “Choose an Organization” screen and clicking through the already filled-in “Personal Information” fields, you will arrive at the “Current Address” screen. As stated above, please list the location at which you live during the semester here. Then, click “Next” to proceed through the remaining fields (see screen shot below). Your permanent residence can then be listed in the following “Legal Address” field.
Pooled Saliva Testing Each Tuesday
Mandatory pooled saliva testing continues on "Testing Tuesday" in the Rec Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for all students and employees. Norwich Campus testing is every Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We greatly appreciate your continued assistance in keeping our campus community safe. Please continue to practice physical distancing, properly wear face coverings over your mouth and nose and participate in weekly testing so we can contain the spread of COVID-19.