The CSU has announced a deadline of September 30 for all students to verify their vaccination record OR request a medical or religious exemption. After September 30, students participating in on-campus activities who are not in compliance with CSU policy may face disciplinary action.
Please see below for further details about this requirement, including how to upload a vaccine record, how to seek a vaccination exemption, and what the public health testing program will entail.
Uploading Your Vaccination Record
Seeking a Vaccination Exemption
Students may seek an exemption to the vaccination requirement based on medical or religious grounds. Those who receive an exemption and come to campus will be required to participate in weekly COVID-19 testing starting August 16.
Public Health Testing for COVID-19
Public health officials recommend that colleges and universities implement a public health testing program to detect, monitor and mitigate cases of COVID-19 on campus. Testing is one step in the university’s Health and Safety Plan for reducing the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Starting August 16, weekly testing will be required of students whose vaccination record is not verified, or who are not fully vaccinated, or who have received a medical or religious exemption. Fully vaccinated individuals whose vaccination record has been verified will be exempt from testing, unless otherwise required by CPP policy, or by local, state or federal health authorities.
Details about the on-campus testing program will be announced in August and also posted on Safer Return’s Testing webpage.
If you have other questions or need other resources, please feel free to email Student Health and Wellness at firstname.lastname@example.org.