COVID-19 Testing at NMU
Northern Michigan University is no longer doing required weekly surveillance COVID-19 testing for students or employees. The NMU Health Center does COVID-19 testing for NMU students, employees and retirees who are symptomatic. To schedule an appointment, call 906-227-2355.
A limited number of free at-home testing kits are available to NMU students (must present NMU ID) at the NMU Health Center during regular University business hours, the NMU Police Department 24-hours a day, and at residence hall lobby desk during desk hours.
There are also several area pharmacies providing COVID-19 testing and at-home testing kits.
Northern Michigan University does not have a vaccination and/or booster shot requirement for students or employees. The NMU Health Center has expanded COVID-19 vaccination and booster shot services for. Northern students, faculty, staff, dependents and retirees. To schedule an appointment, call 906-227-2355.
At this time, there is no cost to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or booster shot.
There are also several area pharmacies providing vaccines and booster shots.
Providing Proof of Vaccination
Students and employees can quickly and conveniently upload vaccination cards or other types of vaccination documentation through The Bridge. After you upload your image the NMU Health Center medical staff will review your document and mark your NMU record with a COVID-19 vaccination flag.
Knowing the percentage of our campus population that is vaccinated will help make decisions about what pandemic protocols need to remain or can be lifted as we prepare for the fall semester.