College Students, Have You Heard About GuideSafe?

YOUR university will reach out to you regarding testing directives.  Search for university email or email on file with your school for a message directly from either or

That communication will direct you to a web link to register for a day and time at a testing location most convenient for you.


Once you have your day and time set, the onsite test will involve a nasal swab just inside the nose that you will do yourself.

Your test results will be provided within 48 hours via an email from If the test is positive, you will be contacted by phone within 24 hours and given next steps.


Once entry testing is complete, know that the fight against COVID-19 on Alabama college campuses won’t stop. Ongoing efforts to lower risk of infection will include something called Sentinel Testing. This is a voluntary testing program that involves randomly testing a small percentage of a population to help track trends, identify outbreaks, and monitor COVID-19 on each campus. These tests are also less invasive but effective in identifying new cases that have the potential to spread.


Check your university email for information about entry testing.

Testing Locations in Alabama

      Auburn, AL

      Birmingham, AL

      East Huntsville, AL

    Florence, AL

    Hoover, AL

              Huntsville, AL

              Jacksonville, AL

              Livingston, AL

             Marion, AL

            Mobile, AL

Montgomery, AL

Talladega, AL

Troy, AL

Tuscaloosa, AL

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