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CMU has expanded operations to provide FREE COVID-19 testing in Mesa County for the general public. Communications are sent from our testing partner, confirmation and result messages will be sent from PrimaryBio. The testing site is located at 1280 Cannell Avenue (additional location details below).

  • Appointments are required (reducing wait times at the testing site)
  • A doctor order is NOT needed.
  • You can test whether or not you are exhibiting symptoms
  • Results will be sent via text/email within approximately 24-48 hours

Thanksgiving Week Hours

Mon, Nov. 23: 1pm-5pm
Tue, Nov. 24: 9am-5pm
Wed, Nov. 25: 9am-5pm
Thu&Fri, Nov 26&27: CLOSED
Sat, Nov. 28: 9am-5pm

Testing Site Hours

Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

Normal testing hours will resume on Monday, November 30.

Students, Faculty and Staff

CMU students are strongly encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 prior to leaving campus. CMU students, faculty and staff should use the schedule link below (700# required).

Student, Faculty/Staff Test Scheduling

Community Members

Community members can get tested for COVID-19 at the testing site on the Colorado Mesa University campus. An appointment is required. 

Community Member Test Scheduling

Testing Site Location

The campus testing site is located in the white tents in the Bunting Hall parking lot (1280 Cannell Avenue). Please enter the parking lot from Cannell Avenue or Bunting Avenue, there will be directional signage to guide you to the testing site location. Drive-thru and walk-up lanes are available. When you arrive at your test time, please have your testing confirmation readily available.

Campus testing location

Baseline testing

Before the start of the fall semester, Colorado Mesa University performed baseline viral testing for all members of the campus community. This strategy required every member of the CMU community (students, faculty and staff) be tested for COVID-19 3-7 days prior to returning to campus. 

Details on spring semester baseline testing will be published in January. 

Detection testing

At the start of fall classes, CMU began utilizing random sampling for detection testing of students, faculty and/or staff which continued throughout the fall semester. Members of the CMU community randomly selected for testing receive a notification via CMU email and/or text message. Testing must be completed that week. 

More questions?

Visit our Testing FAQs page or contact safety@coloradomesa.edu.