Testing and Contact Tracing

Please note that this information is subject to change, and the community will be notified of any changes accordingly.

COVID-19 Testing for the Fall Semester

COVID-19 testing is a critical and mandatory component of Berklee’s health and safety plan for all students, faculty, and staff who are on campus.

Berklee Testing Center
167 Massachusetts Avenue
Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Holiday and special hours may vary and will be posted on this page and on the Berklee Hub.

You do not need to schedule an appointment. You will get a notification from Berklee School Testing about your next testing day; on that day, you can go to the testing center anytime between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. 

Testing Center Closures and Holidays

Monday, October 11: Closed

The Berklee Testing Center is closed on Monday, October 11 for Marathon Monday. If you typically get tested on Mondays, please get tested on Tuesday, October 12 (or your next day on campus), and then resume your normal testing schedule.


 

What to Do if You or Someone You Know Is Symptomatic or Tests Positive

If you exhibit COVID-19 symptoms or receive a positive test result, please do not come to campus; follow the steps below. The nursing staff and Contact Tracing Team are ready to advise you and make sure you are clear on your next steps and receive the care and support you need. The nursing staff is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you need help after business hours, please follow these steps:

  • Students: Schedule a telehealth appointment via Online Connect, a partnership between Berklee and Tufts Medical Center. 
  • Faculty and staff: Please contact your primary care provider.


 

Contact Tracing

Contact tracers (CTs) are trained professionals within the Berklee community who reach out to those who have tested positive to help identify people who may have been in close contact with an infected individual. CTs will share isolation and quarantine protocols to help keep our community safe and protected from further spreading of the virus. Berklee CTs are not medical professionals and will not provide medical advice or clinical support. If CTs are unable to get in touch with contacts, they will leave voicemails and send text messages until calls are returned. 

General questions regarding contact tracing at Berklee can be directed to cttm@berklee.edu or 339-666-2940.