In compliance with state and university guidelines, Testing Services requires test takers to wear face coverings over the mouth and nose.
For details, please review the Arkansas Department of Health COVID-19 Directives, or the U of A COVID-19 Health Guidelines. Contact us at email@example.com with questions.
Strategies to Protect Yourself and Others.
Our top priority is keeping our campus community safe, and that’s going to take all of us working together.
Our Returning to Campus Plan is based on the latest Covid-19 prevention guidelines from
the CDC and the Arkansas Department of Health.
We are asking for your help in adopting four campus-wide strategies:
- Wash your hands often
- Always wear a cloth face covering
- Maintain physical distancing, both indoors and outside.
- Stay home and monitor your health if you have any symptoms.
Wash your hands often.
Anytime you’ve been in a public place, such as in a classroom, stairwell or elevator.
Scrub with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, which is the amount of time it takes to sing the Happy Birthday song, twice.
Be careful to scrub your thumbs, the sides of your hands and under your nails.
Rinse your hands and dry them using a paper towel.
If it’s impossible to wash, use a sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
Hand sanitizer does not kill 100% of the viruses so always try and wash your hands with soap and water.
It’s required to wear a face-covering -- both indoors and outside.
This includes all public areas, dorms, hallways, stairwells, elevators, restrooms and outdoor spaces or anywhere physical distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
Anyone can spread Covid-19 before they have symptoms, so face-coverings are for everyone’s protection.
The covering should be made of several layers. [Mask visual labels do's and don'ts].
Before handling your face covering, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
When you put on your face covering, use just the loops or ends of the cloth, cover your nose and mouth with it, and tie in the back or loop it around your ears.
Don’t adjust it by touching the front because this could spread the virus.
Instead, adjust your face covering from the sides or loops.
Stay at least six feet apart from other people.
That means if two people stretch out their arms, they should not be able to touch fingers.
Limit group size to be able to maintain six feet of separation.
Virtual meetings are encouraged.
Use stairwells whenever possible instead of elevators.
And if you use stairwells or elevators wear your face covering and then wash or sanitize your hands immediately after departing.
Crowded dining areas and break rooms require extra caution because you are at a higher risk when you are eating.
Physical distancing is required outdoors walking, in parking lots, or using Razorback Transit buses.
New passenger limits will be enforced on buses, so you may need alternative transportation.
Monitor Your Health and Stay Home if You Are Sick
Be alert for Covid-19 symptoms.
Symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure, such as:
- Fever or chills
- Cough or Sore throat
- Difficulty breathing
- Fatigue and Body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
If you have ANY of these symptoms, stay home, and immediately contact the University Pat Walker Health Center and follow their guidance.
Also, be on the lookout for emergency warning signs:
- Trouble breathing
- Pain in the chest
- Inability to stay awake
- Bluish lips or face
If someone is showing any of these signs immediately call 911.
Thank you for YOUR help in keeping our campus community safe.
Our guidelines are subject to change.
Stay tuned to the Arkansas News, email, social media, and the coronavirus update site
Support the institutional mission of the University of Arkansas by providing high quality Testing Services to a diverse population of students, graduates, professionals and others from the surrounding communities and states within an atmosphere of inclusivity, diversity, equity, and civility. We are driven to help examinees reach their academic and professional goals in a standardized setting that promotes honesty, integrity, and fairness. UA Testing Services subscribes to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines to administer tests in a pleasant, secure, accessible, and technologically advanced environment.
Testing Services is located at the corner of Meadow Street and Razorback Road (across from the Razorback football practice field) on the University of Arkansas campus. We are in a 2-story building often referred to as the Beach house. Find our building on the University Campus Map.
Metered parking is available along the north side of the parking lot.
Hours of Operation
Testing Services is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. In-person testing is not available at all times and staff may be working remotely. Please contact us at (479) 575-3948 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.