COVID-19 Early Detection Program
To enhance the safety of the Spartan community, Michigan State University's Reopening Campus Task Force has committed significant funding and a team of experts to tracking the SARS-CoV-2 virus on campus through the COVID-19 Early Detection Program.Learn More
The Early Detection Program is now open for Spring. Automated reminder messages are being sent to all registered participants. If you are not yet on campus, please disregard the reminders.
Feeling ill or believe you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19? Please self-isolate and call the MSU COVID-19 Triage Hotline at 855-958-2678 for assistance.
Join your fellow students, faculty and staff to play an easy, yet crucial role, in enhancing the health and safety of everyone in the Spartan community.
There are many convenient locations across campus to pick up a Spartan Spit Kit and drop off a completed sample, including three drive-thru locations.
Simply pick up a Spartan Spit Kit, follow a few easy steps to provide a sample, then return the kit to one of the locations on campus or in the East Lansing community.
A one-stop location to view your health screening information and determine if you should proceed to campus.
Have you already recovered from COVID-19? You might be able to help others by donating plasma and blood. Learn more.
The Early Detection Program is for asymptomatic screening. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed, other testing options are available on campus.
FeaturedMI COVID-Alert App
At MSU we’re taking another important step in the fight to reduce the spread of COVID-19. MI COVID Alert is a voluntary, anonymous exposure notification smartphone app available for download on IOS and Android devices. The app runs in the background and can notify users if they have recently been in close or extended contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.