Know Before You Go: Free COVID-19 Testing Starts Nov. 16
Posted on November 12, 2020, by Kathy Cavins-Tull
Dear Horned Frogs,
The end of the fall semester is just two weeks away. While we’re all excited and ready
for the break, I urge you to stay focused and finish strong – academically AND in
your commitment to stay healthy and protect the health of others. COVID-19 cases continue in our city and across the country, and it is critical we
do our part to slow the spread.
Know Before You Go
Plan now to get tested for coronavirus, before you go home or spend time with family.
When you know before you go, you are taking the right steps to protect your friends, family and hometown community.
TCU is offering free, self-administered COVID-19 testing on campus in Lot 6 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday – Saturday beginning Monday, Nov. 16, through Curative Testing. I’m encouraging all of our students to get tested. You
do not need an appointment, although you may reserve a time slot and pre-register
in advance on curative.com. You will receive your confidential test results via email an average of 28 hours
after testing (FULL DETAILS BELOW).
We have faced many challenges together in 2020, Horned Frogs. I’m proud of you and
the entire TCU community for your commitment to health and safety. Finish this year
strong by planning to leave campus in the safest way possible. Get tested. Know before
Kathy Cavins-Tull Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs and Chair of the Chancellor’s Fall 2020 Campus Readiness Task Force