The government is making free self-tests available to students and employees. Taking such a test is completely voluntary and a negative self-test is not a condition for admission to the university buildings. Please spread this information to your teaching team.

As of 5 May at 10 am, employees and students can order self-tests via The website will then also be available in English. You will need your Solis ID and password. The tests will be sent to your home address and you do the test at home. On average, one self-test will be available per week; over time it will be considered whether this can be increased to two. On this website, you will also find more information about the self-tests.

Although self-testing is not compulsory, we do urge students and staff to regularly do a self-test. In this way, infections can be found that would otherwise remain hidden. In this way, we help to gain more insight into the development of the pandemic.

You only do a self-test if you do not have any corona-related symptoms and if you plan to go to the campus. Do you have such symptoms or is the self-test positive? Then stay at home and make an appointment with the Municipal Health Service (GGD) to get tested. Read more about health, infections and self-tests.

Since the tests are ordered via the UU - you need a Solis-ID and password in order to log-in.
Note: if the website doesn’t work right away or you get the message ‘inloggen is mislukt’ click ‘terug naar de homepage’ and then it should work.