For additional information on self-testing, visit the CDC's Self-Testing At Home or Anywhere page.
COVID-19 Self-Tests


Wisconsin residents can visit the Say Yes! COVID Test website and place an order for a package of five rapid antigen COVID-19 tests at no cost. Package will arrive in 1-2 weeks.

If you have questions about your test kit received through the Say Yes! COVID test program, please email customer support at

Check the Expiration Date

As you receive your self-tests, check the expiration date.  Do not be concerned if the expiration date on your self-tests appears to have passed. The tests are not expired. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has extended the shelf-life of many COVID-19 self-tests by as much as 12 months, including those part of the Say Yes! COVID Test program. Check for expiration date extensions at the links under Resources > Check Expiration Date on this page.

Residence Hall Students

Order a package of five tests for you and your roommate to share!  The program looks at household addresses, and since you share a mailbox with your roommate, only one package will be sent to your address.

COVID-19 self-tests are also available at each residence hall front desk.

Marshfield and Wausau Students

A limited supply of COVID-19 self-tests are also available at the Solution Center desk.

Student Health Service

Test kits are available for free for UWSP students.  Bring your student ID.

Student Health Service, 1st floor Delzell Hall, front desk, during business hours: M-F 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

When Student Health Service is closed, students may pick up an at-home test at campus police, George Stien building.


Over-the-counter tests covered by insurance

UW-Stevens Point employees may receive over-the-counter COVID diagnostic test kits at no cost through their insurance provider. Contact your health insurance program for more information.


For additional information about reporting at-home test results, click here.

 Video: When to Use a Self-Test

For additional information on self-testing, visit the CDC's Self-Testing At Home or Anywhere page.


FDA Safety Communication

Take Steps to Reduce Your Risk of False Negative (Issued Aug. 11, 2022)


Check Expiration Date

If you receive a self-test kit from the State of WI Say Yes! COVID Test program, click here to look up new expiration dates by lot numbers.

For other self-test brands, search the FDA website here.

Self-Testing Videos

Click HERE to access manufacturer instructions to conduct rapid antigen COVID-19 self-tests.

Make My Test Count

Report test results safely and privately for yourself or any other member of your family HERE.