TRACE OSU testing schedule
All prevalence and wastewater testing will resume on Jan. 4.
Week of Jan. 4 : First week of winter term
Testing will be offered to all OSU faculty, staff and students in the Corvallis, Bend and Newport areas who are enrolled in TRACE OSU. All students living in university residence halls will be required to participate in testing through TRACE OSU within three days of the start of the term.
Week of Jan. 11
Prevalence testing will resume for randomly selected OSU faculty, staff, and students who are enrolled in TRACE OSU.
Testing will occur only at these sites and only at these hours:
- OSU Corvallis (Map / Parking guide): Reser Stadium ticket booths and Memorial Union Ballroom
Monday Jan. 4th—Thursday Jan. 7th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Please note that Kelley / Johnson testing center has moved to the Memorial Union Ballroom. The primary entrance to the MU Ballroom is through the Quad entrance (on the north side of the MU). Those needing ADA access for TRACE testing can use the ADA entrance off of SW Jefferson Way
- OSU Cascades (Map): 205 Tykeson Hall
Monday, Jan. 4th—Wednesday, Jan. 6th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 7th, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- HMSC (Map): HMSC Apartment Complex
Monday, Jan. 4th—Wednesday, Jan. 6th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 7th, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
TRACE Community Prevalence Results
in Corvallis on September 26 and 27
in Bend on May 30 and 31
in Newport on July 11 and 12
in Hermiston on July 11 and 12
Faculty, staff and students play a key role in making our community healthier. Through voluntary testing, TRACE OSU monitors the prevalence of COVID-19 at campuses in Corvallis and Bend and at OSU’s Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.Learn more about TRACE OSU
Through randomized neighborhood testing and wastewater sampling, TRACE Community provides trustworthy information on the prevalence of the COVID-19 virus in Oregon communities.Learn more about TRACE Community
TRACE-COVID-19 is out there making a difference
TRACE in action
Our nationwide impact
Oregon State University researchers believe 17% of Hermiston residents were positive for COVID-19 during the university's door-to-door testing period on July 25-26.
Umatilla County is in the middle of one of the worst outbreaks of COVID-19 in Oregon. Since the beginning of July, the county has registered more than 17 cases per 1,000 people. But data released Friday by Oregon State University suggest the rate of coronavirus infection could actually be significantly higher in places.