The School of Education has Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) available on a first-come, first-served basis for employees regularly working in person this semester.

To request PPE, please visit

Step-by-step instructions for ordering PPE are included below. 

Additionally, as shared in the August 12 message you received from Vice Chancellor Mike Haynie and Chief Human Resources Officer Andy Gordon, the University will be providing every employee with four free at-home COVID tests.

  1. Tests are available to all employees who are working on campus and in person this semester and all Graduate Assistants who are regularly teaching in person and on campus.
  2. To order tests, please use our online PPE ordering system through Detailed instructions for doing so are attached to this email.
  3. Because we will only be supplied with a limited number of tests to begin with, we will need to check your request against our inventory. When we have confirmed we have the supplies available, we will email you with a list of potential pick-up times.
  4. To pick up your tests, please visit Room 211C (in the Reading and Language Arts suite) at one of the date/time blocks provided in the confirmation email.

Additional tests will be available at a highly subsidized cost of $1 per test in vending machines across campus. Those vending machines will be located at the Schine Student Center, Goldstein Student Center, Barnes Center at The Arch, Dineen Hall, the Life Sciences Complex and The Mount.

Requesting PPE & Tests

  1. Using your web browser, navigate to
  2. Enter your NetID username and password.

3. On the left-hand side, under APPLICATIONS, click PPE Request

4. Review the list of items that can be requested.

5. Enter your department, campus location, and the items you’d like to request (with quantities) in the appropriate fields. Because you’ve logged in, you don’t need to enter your name.

6. Press Save

7. You will receive a confirmation notice.

8. When your PPE order is ready for pickup, you will be notified by email.


Please contact Jen Heckathorn (

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