Campus Access

Campus Access

Spring semester courses will begin on January 25. To continue to minimize the spread of COVID-19, all classes on the New York campuses (excluding the medical school and the nursing, occupational therapy, and exercise science programs) will be offered remotely until March 1, 2021.

If you aren’t feeling well and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please do not come to campus.

Everyone coming to campus must complete a COVID-19 Health Screen questionnaire prior to arrival—see student questionnaire and employee/visitor questionnaire. The questionnaires can also be accessed on and the New York Tech app. All students must also have a COVID-19 test result on file with New York Tech before coming to campus.

On-Campus Testing

The university has partnered with Enzo Labs to provide free COVID tests to students. All test results will remain confidential and be submitted directly to New York Tech by Enzo. Following the test, individuals can retrieve their test results from the Enzo website.

Long Island Campus

Testing will take place in the South Parking Lot, just south of the Riland building. Upon arrival at the security checkpoint in Brooks lot near the Main Campus Road entrance, you will be directed to the testing location.

Registration: If you have not registered with Enzo previously, please do so here. Once you’ve registered, you may make an appointment online using the schedule below.

Wednesday, February 17, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. OR
Wednesday, February 24, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Schools/Colleges (in-person classes starting on March 1):
    • Architecture & Design
    • Arts & Sciences
    • Engineering & Computing Sciences
    • Health Professions (Interdisciplinary Health Sciences)
    • Management
  • Residential students (entering dormitories in February)

New York City Campus

January 25, 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

COVID-19 testing will be available for students who plan to access resources and facilities on the New York City campus in the coming weeks. Testing will take place at 1855 Broadway, first floor.

No appointment is necessary, but you must register with Enzo if you have not done so previously. Following the test, individuals can retrieve their test results from the Enzo website.

Submitting Test Results from Other Sources

Should you prefer to seek testing from other sources, proof of a negative PCR or antigen test will be accepted. Antibody tests are not accepted. The test should be taken within seven days prior to the in-person class start for your department or school/college or your return to residence hall. The results, provided by a testing agency, lab, or hospital, should be uploaded here. Results from home tests will not be accepted.

Thank you for following these guidelines and doing your part in keeping our community safe and healthy!