Where do I get a COVID-19 test?

April 5, 2022

Students, employees and community members who do not have symptoms can make an appointment for a COVID-19 test by visiting uwmke.vivi.healthcare.

Here are the testing clinic schedules:

Milwaukee campus:

  • 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, April 4-May 20 
  • Location: UWM Student Union

Washington County campus:

  • 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • April 7, 13, 21, 27; May 5, 11, 19
  • Location: Room 148

Waukesha campus:

  • 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • April 6, 14, 20, 28; May 4, 12, 18
  • Location: Room F004

Rapid-results antigen test results will be provided electronically for students and employees. To access test results: Go to portal.uwmke.vivi.healthcare. For questions on test results or accessing information, call the testing hotline: (608) 855-9191.

Unvaccinated students and employees are required to get tested weekly through May 20, preferably at a UWM testing facility. If testing is done off campus, students and employees must file proof each week. (To be exempted from weekly testing, students and employees must provide proof of vaccination or provide proof of a COVID-positive PCR test in the last 90 days. If you are confirmed positive with a PCR test, you may be exempt from antigen testing for 90 days from the date you received your initial positive test.)

Students who have COVID-19 symptoms or primary exposure should call Norris Health Center at 414-229-4716 to schedule a free PCR test.

Positive tests:

If students on the Milwaukee campus test positive, they will be advised to go to Norris Health Center for PCR confirmation so they can receive results by the end of the day.

Students at the Washington County and Waukesha campuses will be offered PCR tests on-site or may get the test from their health care provider.

If employees test positive, they will get a PCR test at the same site and be provided results electronically in 2-3 days, or they may choose to get the PCR test from their health care provider.

If students and employees test positive and don’t have a follow-up test, they are considered positive for COVID-19.

See also: UWM Interim COVID-Related Health and Safety Policy