Free COVID-19 Testing Site Now Open On Campus

The University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS), in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, has opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone 5 years of age and older.

The testing site is located in the Marcovich Wellness Center.

The university is pleased to offer this temporary testing site as a service to the greater community in response to the increasing number of cases in the state and surrounding areas.


Register for a free test at

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please note that the only way to register for a COVID-19 test is on this website.

Website Directions: Click on the link above and select from the two options. You will be asked a series of brief questions, then be directed to a scheduling tool.


Testing Site Location

UW-Superior Marcovich Wellness Center
1810 Catlin Avenue
Superior, WI 54880

Please park on Mortorelli Drive or Parking Lot 4 to enter through DOOR I or Catlin Ave and Parking Lot 13 to enter through DOOR M.


Testing Hours

  • 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - University Students/Employees ONLY
  • 12:00p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Community Access



What kind of tests are these?

The UW System universities' testing sites use Abbott BinaxNOW antigen tests that provide a result in about 15 minutes. The test is a nasal swab administered by a medical professional. 

Will there be PCR tests?

PCR tests distributed by the federal government and allocated by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services will be used as a confirmatory test in line with Department of Health Services existing protocol. The PCR test is a saliva test that will be viewed in a medical lab to confirm if the virus is present. 

Do you have to be experiencing symptoms, be a close contact, or be a community resident to get a test?

No. This testing site is open to anyone 5 years of age or older, whether or not they are experiencing symptoms. It is also open to all UW-Superior students (residential and non-residential) and employees.

How are they administered?

They are administered using a light nasal swab administered by a medical professional.

Can people just show up or do they need to register?

Registration is required. Register for a free test online at

How do I access my test results?

You can access your test results online at Select whether you are a "Community or UW Subcontractor" or "University of Wisconsin - Superior" (for UW-Superior students and employes). Follow the instructions from there.