Old Dominion University is offering students free COVID-19 tests prior to the University's closure ahead of Thanksgiving.

The tests will be available beginning the week of Nov. 16. The University will close Nov. 25-29 for the Thanksgiving break, and the remainder of the fall semester will be conducted via distance learning. The spring semester will begin Jan. 19.

For more information regarding testing, contact Student Health Services at 757-683-3132 or studenthealth@odu.edu.

Don Stansberry, interim vice president of Student Engagement and Enrollment Services (SEES), also reminded students:

  • Your commitment to REIGN Responsibly continues whether you are on campus, off campus or living at home.
  • Continue wearing your mask, practicing physical distancing, completing your daily symptom checking and washing your hands regularly.

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