Vaccination Information for Students
As announced on September 2, ALL students MUST have received their second dose of a two dose COVID-19 vaccine series or a single dose COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 1, 2021.
Students who haven’t submitted evidence of vaccination or received a medical or religious exemption by Nov. 1, will be ineligible to register for classes beginning with the early registration period that starts Nov. 4.
On October 20, a registration hold will be placed on the accounts of those not in compliance rendering them ineligible to register for January Interim or Spring 2022 courses. The hold will be removed when proof of vaccination information is submitted or an exemption is approved. The hold removal process may take up to 10 days.
The ONLY exceptions to this will be:
- Students who receive a medical or religious exemption for vaccination. Exemption information can be found here and information on how to submit is below. Those with vaccine exemptions must participate in weekly COVID-19 testing during the spring term.
- Information on how to request a religious or medical exemption from vaccination can be found in the box to the right.
Students enrolled in either our fully online or non-residential programs, and are not present on campus are not covered by this policy. However, please note, individual programs may require you to undergo vaccination to meet their requirements. Information from those programs requiring a vaccine will come from that progam. If your program requires you to be on campus at any time, the vaccine mandate applies to you a minimum of three days prior to your arrival.
To submit vaccination status use one of the following methods.
- Secure upload: go to Bradley.leapfile.net, enter firstname.lastname@example.org in the recipient email box, and follow all the submission instructions from there.
- Deliver in person: Health Services, Markin Center
- Email: email@example.com