Required COVID testing update: CU-ICAR, Greenville ONE
Beginning Monday, Aug. 16, Clemson faculty, staff and students can participate in required testing with Rymedi at both the CU-ICAR campus and Greenville ONE building. Testing requirements are outlined below.
New times for both locations are:
CU-ICAR: 5 Research Dr., Greenville, SC – TD Gallery
- Monday and Thursday, 12-3 p.m.
- The last Friday testing is this week – Aug. 13.
Greenville ONE: 1 N. Main St., Greenville SC – 5th floor lobby
- Monday through Thursday, 4-6 p.m.
Rymedi will also be at CU-ICAR for orientation on Tuesday, Aug. 17, from 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Registration for all testing is required. Please make sure the test time selected is associated with the correct location. A CUID and QR code are also required for testing. If you’ve been tested through the University, you can use your original QR code. If you do not have a QR code, it will be provided after registering. If you do not receive it or need to find your previous code, it can be accessed here: https://cvd19-getatest.app.clemson.edu/
Test results will be available within 48 hours and sent via email and text. They can also be accessed online.
CU-ICAR students, faculty and staff still need to participate in pre-arrival testing requirements previously indicated. Details can be found online.
Students, faculty and staff at both CU-ICAR and Greenville ONE will need to participate in regular semester testing requirements beginning Aug. 16. Results from testing at either CU-ICAR or Clemson ONE will be provided to the University on your behalf.
- Students: Regardless of vaccination status, students enrolled in classes are required to
submit a negative COVID-19 test within every seven days – either by testing onsite with
Rymedi or uploading documentation in the COVID-19 Test Result Upload Tool.
- Faculty and staff: Regardless of vaccination status, faculty and staff working at CU-
ICAR or Greenville ONE are required to submit a negative COVID-19 test within every
14 days – either by testing onsite with Rymedi or uploading documentation in the
COVID-19 Test Result Upload Tool.
Individuals do not need to be tested within 90 days of previous infection with proper information regarding positive test result. Details can be found online.