COVID-19, Health, and Wellness

REMINDER: Masks to be worn at all times in buildings and outside across the academic and residential areas of campus

Quick links

COVID-19 Dashboard

Surveillance testing information Isolate and quarantine on campus
Antigen testing

Wellness resources

Employee daily self-screening tool

Student Health Center COVID-19 resources COVID-19 vaccine general information
Using transportation

Vaccination information

COVID-19 test results guide


Antigen tests

The Student Health Center has been approved to charge $35 for the COVID antigen test for the purpose of the following:

  • For those students who wish to test out of precautionary quarantine on Day #4
  • For those students who need documentation of a  test for an internship, job or flight.
  • For those students who just want to know if they are negative, and do not have symptoms and are not a direct contact.

The student must contact the student health center at (716) 673-3131 for an appointment. The charge will be to the student's FredCard when they are seen in the Student Health Center.

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Wellness resources

Take care of yourself physically and mentally

This is a stressful time, but we are all in this together! Fredonia has services available so students can talk openly and confidentially:

  • Counseling Center continues to provide individual and group counseling via telemental health services; same-day services are available and in-person services provided as needed. Peer Support Communities are under development for the Spring 2021 semester
  • MyStrength: Everyone at Fredonia has access to a free online tool to help manage stress, anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues associated with stress resulting from the pandemic. Visit click “Sign Up,” and enter the access code "FredoniaBlueDevil" (no quotes, all one word) for unlimited access to personalized help, including tracking your mood, managing depressive and anxious thoughts, and accessing and sharing inspirations.
  • Crisis services are available 24/7/365 through the Chautauqua County Crisis Hotline (1-800-724-0461) and includes the Mobile Crisis Team providing telephone or face-to-face response to mental health crises.
  • Free online QPR suicide prevention training for students, faculty, and staff.
  • ReachOut SUNY: Fredonia will continue to share ReachOut SUNY to the campus and has embedded this in campus resources.
  • Thriving Campus: Fredonia is in the process of collaborating with Thriving Campus to support students with off-campus referral management tools that they can use on their own or with Counseling Center staff.
  • Middle Earth: Peer assistance program from the University at Albany. 
  • New York State Office of Mental Health Crisis Text Line: Text GOT5 to 741741.

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COVID-19 Resources

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