OU Health Services COVID-19 Testing

Testing Locations

Goddard Health Center

Goddard Health Center
620 Elm Ave., Norman, OK 73019
*Enter through the south entrance only


  • January 25-29: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 2 - 4 p.m.

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What to Expect

  • People to be tested will need to enter into the south side of the building through the sliding glass doors. You will then be greeted at the check in station and will be required to have a scheduled appointment and identification verification. All individuals will be required to wear a mask and/or will be provided a mask.
  • Upon verification, you will then move to a testing lane. You will be greeted by our team who will perform a nasal swab. The swab will occur for 10 seconds in each nostril.
  • After completion, our team will run the test on-site.
  • Results will be sent via a secure message to your email within 2 hours. In certain circumstances, your rapid antigen test may need to be followed with another test (PCR test). You will receive instruction if this is necessary.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if there is severe weather?

If the University is closed due to inclement weather or other issues, the testing center will be closed. If this occurs, you will need to reschedule online.

What if I need to cancel my appointment?

If you are unable to make this appointment, you can change or cancel your appoint online to allow others to be tested.

How long will it take?

All testing is by appointment only. You can expect the process to take no longer than 10 minutes from check-in to finish.

What kind of test is it? Is it FDA approved?

The test that will be performed it the BinaxNow Rapid Antigen test. This test is approved under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA.

What do I do if my result is Positive?

If your test is positive, you will need to contact housing at 405-534-3741 to arrange for isolation housing. If you have had no exposure or symptoms, you should return immediately to the testing site for retesting with a PCR test. You will need to remain in isolation until the result of the PCR test is known, typically within a day.

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