If your health care provider has determined that you are symptomatic for COVID-19, you may be tested through the IU Health partnership. Testing appointments are available 7 days a week.
However, if you have been advised to be tested and you currently do not have symptoms, there are other testing options available:
On-campus Testing Options
Changes for Week of November 9-13
Please note this important change in the Open Door Health Services COVID-19 testing dates at Worthen Arena. In honor of Veterans Day, there will be no testing availability on Wednesday, November 11.
The testing times and dates for the week will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on:
- Monday, November 9
- Tuesday, November 10
- Thursday, November 12
Open Door Health Services COVID-19 Testing
September 14-November 23
9 a.m.-5 p.m. | Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays
Worthen Arena Concourse
- COVID-19 testing is free
- testing is polymerase chain reaction (PCR), not rapid response
- results will be available in two to five days
Please bring your:
- Ball State ID
- mobile phone
- insurance card (if you have one)
When you arrive, please go to Worthen Arena Gate 1 next to the Athletic Ticket Office. Then walk around the outside of the building to reach the location. No cutting through the Jo Ann Gora Student Wellness and Recreation Center.
If You Have Symptoms
Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should use IU Health Services for screening and testing.
Use the symptom checker at iuhealth.org/covid19 to check for COVID-19 symptoms. If your symptoms indicate COVID-19, you will be referred to the coronavirus screening service with an RN through the IU Health Virtual Visit app. IU Health will order a COVID-19 test and provide instructions to the appropriate specimen collection site at the Student Health Center, IU Ball Memorial Hospital, or the North Tillotson Avenue site.
More Testing Options
The state of Indiana provides a list of testing options. Be sure to contact the testing site before you go to make sure you meet the criteria for testing.
Find a testing site.