STUDENTS

Students who choose to be tested must provide negative test results within 72 hours of a one-time campus visit or opt to test weekly. You must be prepared to present either a copy of your negative test results or a digital access pass. 

Students who are regularly on campus can test on a weekly basis and use a digital access pass. We recommend that you pick a day of the week that works best with your schedule and test each week on the same day. If you cannot test on your usual day, you will need to test a couple of days prior, so your clearance does not lapse.

To get tested, you must pre-register with the Color online program before going to a testing site. The pre-registration process must only be done once, includes multiple questions, and takes approximately 5 minutes. You can get testing any time after the one-time pre-registration. 

You can get your access pass to be cleared to come to campus by uploading your test results into Cleared4 each time you test. You may locate the personal link sent to you by email or text message, or you can access it by logging into myCuesta. The Cleared4 access pass expires  in seven days, making it essential to test within the weekly timeframe. 


VISITORS

Visitors who choose to be tested must provide negative test results within 72 hours of the campus visit. Please click here for current testing locations in San Luis Obispo County. 

You must be prepared to present either a copy of your negative test results or a digital pass upon your campus visit. If you are using the pass, negative test results must be uploaded prior to coming to campus to Cleared4 Cuesta. 

Cleared4 Cuesta user guides and tutorials are available in English and Spanish here.


EMPLOYEES

Employees who choose to be tested must provide a negative test result within 72 hours of a one-time campus visit or opt to test weekly. You must be prepared to present either a copy of your negative test results or a digital access pass. 

Employees who are regularly on campus can test on a weekly basis and use a digital access pass. We recommend that you pick a day of the week that works best with your schedule and test each week on the same day. If you cannot test on your usual day, you will need to test a couple of days prior, so your clearance does not lapse.

To get tested, you must pre-register with the Color online program before going to a testing site. The pre-registration process must only be done once, includes multiple questions, and takes approximately 5 minutes. You can get testing any time after the one-time pre-registration. 

You can get your access pass to be cleared to come to campus by uploading your test results into Cleared4 each time you test. You may locate the personal link sent to you by email or text message, or you can access it by logging into myCuesta. The Cleared4 access pass expires in seven days, making it essential to test within the weekly timeframe.