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NameState 2020 presidential resultContact PresidentUniversity President's NamePresident's EmailLink to President's Letter (if available)Deadline for submitting vaccination documentationWhere I found the annoucement (if not President's letter)
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Rutgers University*NJOffice of the President
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
7 College Avenue, 2nd Floor New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Jonathan Holloway, Ph. D.Only provided a Contact form https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eyDsPxIIB3FLlhXhttps://www.rutgers.edu/president/our-path-forwardComplete vaccination documentation must be uploaded to the Rutgers Student Immunization portal (NetID and password are required) at least two weeks prior to your arrival on campus, but no later than August 1, 2021. 
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Brown UniversityRIOffice of the President, Brown University, 1 Prospect Street, Box 1860, Providence, RI 02912Christina H. Paxson, Ph. D.president@brown.eduhttps://www.brown.edu/news/2021-04-06/fall-2021Starting no later than the Fall 2021 semester, Brown will require COVID-19 vaccines for all students who will be on campus or engage in any level of in-person instruction, whether in the U.S. or abroad.In addition, we are also requiring all Brown students who are engaged in on-campus activities (education, jobs, research, or engaging in any in-person education or work with other Brown employees, students, or visitors) this summer to receive the final dose of their COVID-19 vaccine by July 1, 2021.
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California State ChicoCAOffice of the President, 400 W. First St. Chico, CA 95929–0150Gayle Hutchinson, Ph.D.president@csuchico.eduhttps://sacd.sdsu.edu/student-health-services/covid-19On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty, and staff, including auxiliary employees in order to access campus this fall. As outlined by the CSU, this requirement is not contingent on the full U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval, and therefore removes some of the earlier uncertainty regarding the policy’s effective date. This is an update to the CSU’s April 22 announcement. Students and all non-represented faculty and staff, including auxiliary employees, must submit their completed vaccination documentation to HealtheConnect, the university secure online health portal, by the deadline of Monday Aug. 16. Please note: This is a different process than the self-attestation form, which most faculty and staff have already completed. The CSU COVID-19 vaccination requirement allows for students, faculty and staff to seek an exemption based on medical or religious grounds. Exemption requests for students and non-represented faculty and staff must be submitted before Aug. 16. Students who receive an approved vaccination exemption will be required to have COVID-19 testing every seven days through Sept. 30, at which point the university will re-evaluate transitioning to biweekly testing based on county conditions. Information on submitting an exemption request can be found online.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from Campus Updates.
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Cleveland State UniversityOHOffice of the President Cleveland State University, 2121 Euclid Avenue | AC 302 Cleveland, OH 44115-2214Harlan M. Sands, J.D., M.B.A.President.Sands@csuohio.eduhttps://www.csuohio.edu/news/cleveland-state-university-welcome-all-students-back-campus-for-fall-2021Given the increasing availability of vaccines, CSU expects that by late August, all faculty, staff, and students will be vaccinated and ready to return. Vaccinations will be required for all students living on campus.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from News and Announcements.
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Cornell University*NYOffice of the President, 300 Day Hall, Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853Martha E. Pollack, Ph. D. president@cornell.eduhttps://health.cornell.edu/services/covid-19-services/covid-19-vaccinationCOVID-19 vaccination is required for students attending the Ithaca, Geneva, and Cornell Tech campuses for the fall 2021 semester. Students must upload their vaccine documentation to Daily Check, file a request for a medical or religious exemption, or schedule a vaccine appointment by August 16, 2021 to avoid penalties. *Consequences of inaction*: What happens if a student doesn't comply with the requirement by the August 16 deadline? Students who have not submitted vaccination information, scheduled an appointment for vaccination, or filed a request for an exemption will be subject to progressive enforcement measures: If you remain non-compliant as of August 16: A registration hold will be placed on your account on August 17, preventing you from adding and dropping courses until you come into compliance. Ithaca students will also be prevented from accessing the Cornell Store, libraries, fitness centers, and some other campus facilities. Some students may experience delays in receiving stipends. If you remain non-compliant as of September 9: Ithaca students will have access to Canvas (the campus gateway to academic materials and assignments) suspended on September 10 until you come into compliance. If you remain non-compliant as of September 25: You will be disenrolled from the university on September 26. You will not be allowed to re-enroll until you come into compliance. Please note that there is an administrative fee of $350 to re-enroll. You can come into compliance in any one of three ways: promptly uploading your vaccination information through Cornell's Daily Check; providing evidence to Cornell Health that you have scheduled your first vaccine appointment; submitting a request for a medical or religious exemption. Two exemptions for COVID-19 vaccine may be pursued: a medical exemption and a religious exemption.
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Duke UniversityNCOffice of the President, Duke University, 207 Allen Building, Box 90001, Durham, NC 27708-0001Vincent E. Price, Ph. D.president@duke.edu https://today.duke.edu/2021/04/student-vaccination-requirements-fall-semesterDuke plans to require all new and returning Duke students to present proof of vaccination to Student Health before they can enroll for the Fall 2021 semester. 
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Fort Lewis CollegeCOExecutive Assistant to the President Berndt Hall, RM 2500, Durango, CO 81301Tom Stritikus, Ph. D.president@fortlewis.edu https://www.fortlewis.edu/life-at-flc/health-safety/coronavirus-covid-19/vaccine-requirementsA COVID-19 vaccine will be required for all FLC students enrolled for the Fall 2021 semester as well as all faculty and staff. Before the Fall 2021 semester, you are required to upload a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination card to FLC’s secure document upload portal. Faculty and staff will also need to provide an attestation for their fully vaccinated status or request an exemption before the Fall 2021 semester. There are Medical and non-Medical exemptions.
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Grinnell CollegeIAOffice of the President, Nollen House 1121 Park St Grinnell, IA 50112Anne F. Harris, Ph. D.president@grinnell.eduhttps://www.grinnell.edu/news/covid-19-vaccination-required-students-beginning-fall-2021We will require COVID-19 vaccines for students enrolled at Grinnell for the 2021-22 academic year. As with all vaccine requirements, students may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement for medical or religious reasons.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is under News.
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Northeastern UniversityMAOffice of the President Northeastern University, 716 Columbus Ave, Suite 620 Boston, MA 02120Joseph E. Aoun, Ph.D.Susan Cromwell Executive Assistant to the President s.cromwell@northeastern.eduhttps://news.northeastern.edu/2021/04/06/northeastern-to-require-covid-19-vaccinations-for-all-students-this-fallBeginning fall 2021 academic term, students attending Northeastern University’s campuses will be expected to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the first day of classes. The university message regarding proof of COVID-19 vaccination, along with instructions on how to submit can be found here. Proof of vaccination must be submitted by August 15, 2021. Students may request religious and medical exemptions to the policy.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is under News.
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Notre Dame UniversityINOffice of the President University of Notre Dame, 400 Main Building Notre Dame, Indiana 46556Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.president@nd.eduhttps://news.nd.edu/news/notre-dame-to-require-students-to-be-vaccinated-for-covid-19-beginning-with-fall-2021-semester/The University of Notre Dame will require all students — undergraduate, graduate and professional — returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The University will require all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before arriving on campus for the 2021 summer sessions and the 2021-22 academic year. All faculty and staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide verification of full vaccination no later than August 2, 2021. Faculty and staff may apply for an exemption from the vaccination requirement for medical, religious, or other strongly held beliefs. The University will accommodate documented medical or religious exemptions.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is under University News.
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Nova Southeastern University*FLNova Southeastern University, 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D.A contact form https://www.nova.edu/webforms/president/contact/index.htmlhttps://www.nova.edu/coronavirus/information/archive-updates.html https://www.nova.edu/coronavirus/information/archive-updates.htmlNSU was hoping for the ability to require vaccinations where possible to further protect the NSU community. However, due to a new Florida law, NSU is unable to maintain such a policy. NSU always follows the letter and spirit of the law and we must do that as the law goes into effect on July 1, 2021. Therefore, we are NOT requiring vaccinations for NSU students, faculty, and staff, as was announced back on April 1, before the legislation was passed. Nonetheless, with additional safeguards in place, NSU has its best opportunity to return to normalcy this fall.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is under coronavirus/information/archive.
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Roger Williams UniversityRIRoger Williams University, Office of the President, One Old Ferry Road Bristol, RI 02809Ioannis Miaoulis, Ph.D.president@rwu.eduhttps://www.rwu.edu/reopening-roger/health-safety-protocols/get-vaccinatedStudents who, for medical or religious reasons, decline to get the COVID-19 vaccine must submit the RWU COVID-19 Vaccine Exemption Request form by July 7, 2021.I could not get a specific annoucement from the college. But, this is where I found the annoucement.
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Manhattanville CollegeNYManhattanville College, 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY 10577Michael E. Geisler, Ph.D.Michael.Geisler@mville.eduhttps://www.mville.edu/covid-19-messages-to-communityManhattanville is requiring students, faculty, and staff to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 The Manhattanville community should provide proof of vaccination by August 2, 2021. Employees of Manhattanville will need to submit their documentation to Human Resources. There are two potential exemptions to the College’s vaccination requirement: Medical and Religious.
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Syracuse UniversityNYOffice of the Chancellor, Crouse-Hinds Hall, Suite 600 900 South Crouse Avenue Syracuse, New York 13244-2130Kent Syverud, Ph. D.N/Ahttps://news.syr.edu/blog/2021/04/09/please-complete-the-faculty-staff-covid-19-vaccine-status-attestation-questionnaire/As of June 1, all incoming and returning students are required to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination prior to the start of the Fall 2021 semester. Only those who have a medical or religious waiver are exempt from this requirement. As of June 1, Syracuse University will require a COVID-19 vaccination for all faculty and staff who access campus over the summer months. All new and returning faculty and staff will be required to be vaccinated prior to the Fall 2021 semester.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this release was from HR Shared Services.
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Ithaca CollegeNYOffice of the President, Peggy Ryan Williams Center, Ithaca College 953 Danby Road Ithaca, NY 14850Shirley M. Collado, Ph. D.president@ithaca.eduhttps://www.ithaca.edu/news/anticipating-vibrant-fall-2021-ithaca-collegeIthaca College REQUIRES that all enrolled students for the 2021-22 academic year MUST receive the COVID-19 vaccine and be fully immunized PRIOR to their arrival for the fall semester. Students who have not submitted vaccine documentation to the Hammond Health Center and have not received a college-approved exception to this requirement WILL NOT be able to complete move-in and/or participate in fall classes/extracurricular activities. Deadline for students to submit vaccine documentation to Hammond Health Center is July 19. We are making the forms available to students now however we will not be evaluating any requests until July 14th and 15th. Students will be notified of decisions the week of July 19th to their campus email address. If you are requesting an exemption and are on campus for the summer, please plan to surveillance test weekly until you receive a decision on your exemption request.
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Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityNJMetropolitan Campus 1000 River Road H-DH1-03 Teaneck, NJ 07666-1914Christopher A. Capuano, Ph.D.presidentcapuano@fdu.eduhttps://www.fdu.edu/coronavirus-update/previous-updates/Fairleigh Dickinson University will require all students who attend the Metropolitan or Florham Campus to be immunized against COVID-19. Students must be fully vaccinated before the Fall 2021 semester begins and must receive a COVID-19 vaccine that is authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). FDU will allow limited medical and religious exemptions in keeping with applicable law and standard practices. (including based on a disability or advice from a physician not to receive a COVID-19 vaccination while pregnant or breastfeeding).Please scroll down until April 15, 2021 President's Update - Fall 2021 Semester
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Wesleyan UniversityCTOffice of the President South College 229 High Street Middletown, CT 06459Michael S. Roth, Ph.D.presoffice@wesleyan.eduhttps://coronavirus.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2021/04/13/april-13-2021-student-vaccination-requirement-for-fall-2021/Wesleyan will require all students to receive the vaccine prior to returning to campus for the fall semester. Every student (with the exception of those who have approved medical or religious exemptions) will need to verify with the University that they are fully vaccinated prior to their arrival.I could not find a letter by the President. But from Rick Culliton, Dean of Students
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Columbia University*NYOffice of the President, 202 Low Library, 535 W. 116 St., MC 4309 New York, NY 10027Lee C. Bollinger, Ph. D.bollinger@columbia.eduhttps://covid19.columbia.edu/news/fall-2021-vaccine-policy-updateCOVID-19 vaccination will be mandatory for all University students, faculty, and staff—this includes officers of instruction, officers of research, officers of the libraries, student officers, officers of administration, union and non-union support staff. For individuals who are either currently working on campus or who expect to return to campus by early September, your vaccination documentation must be submitted by August 2, to ensure there is no delay in processing your information. If you are requesting a medical or religious exemption, those also must be submitted no later than August 2.
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Yale UniversityCTSusan Gibbons Chief of Staff to the President, 3 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511 P.O. Box 208229 New Haven, CT 06520-8229Peter Salovey, Ph.D.peter.salovey@yale.eduhttps://covid19.yale.edu/community-messages/requiring-students-be-vaccinated-against-covid-19The University requires students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral/postgraduate trainees to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine or a university approved exemption and to document their vaccinated status in the university’s records in the COVID-19 Health and Safety Database. Faculty, staff, and postdoctoral/postgraduate trainees must be exempted or fully vaccinated by August 1, 2021. Students must be exempted or fully vaccinated by the start of their fall semester; undergraduates living on campus must be exempted or fully vaccinated before they move into their rooms. We also will make reasonable accommodations for medical and religious exemptions from vaccination.
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Emory UniversityGAOffice of the President, 505 Kilgo Circle Atlanta, GA 30322Gregory L. Fenves, Ph. D. president@emory.eduhttps://news.emory.edu/stories/2021/04/upress_vaccination_requirement_fall_2021/campus.htmlEmory University will require all students to be immunized for COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester, with exemptions for those with medical conditions or strong personal objections. Any faculty or staff member who is not fully vaccinated (two weeks past receiving both doses of a two-dose vaccine or one dose of a single-dose vaccine), will be required to conduct a weekly screening test.
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Georgetown UniversityDCOffice of the President, 204 Healy Hall 37th &“O” Streets, NW Washington, DC 20057-1789John J. DeGioia, Ph.D.Vice President and Chief of Staff: vicepresident@georgetown.eduhttps://president.georgetown.edu/vaccine-update-for-students-april-2021/#_ga=2.130476431.1486026879.1618957097-34475698.1618957097All students, faculty and staff who will be on one of Georgetown’s campuses or in a University-owned or operated building in Washington, DC, this fall must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Medical and religious exemptions will be granted in accordance with federal and local law. Students need to submit their COVID-19 vaccination documentation through the GU360 mobile app or GU360 website by August 1, 2021. Requests for a medical or religious exemption must be submitted by July 19. All employees need to submit proof of vaccination, through GU360 as described below, by August 9, 2021. Faculty and Staff Requests for a medical or religious exemption must be submitted by July 26.
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Morehouse CollegeGAMorehouse College, 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314David A. Thomas, Ph.D.N/Ahttps://mailchi.mp/22d93a899652/important-message-from-the-president-regarding-the-covid-19-vaccination-for-the-fall-2021-generalMorehouse College requires all faculty, staff, new students, and returning students to be fully vaccinated before arriving on campus in the fall. Except for limited accommodations made for health and religious reasons, everyone must be fully vaccinated by the start of the fall semester. The deadline to submit your vaccination information is July 30, 2021.
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American UniveristyDCOffice of the President, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016-8060Sylvia M. Burwell, Ph.D.president@american.eduhttps://www.american.edu/president/announcements/april-14-pm-2021.cfmAll American University students who reside on-campus or come to campus for any reason in the fall will be required to be vaccinated for COVID-19. American University will require COVID-19 vaccinations for faculty and staff­. This includes adjunct faculty members, part-time employees, visiting scholars/researchers, affiliates/volunteers, and full-time contract workers. You will be required to complete a vaccine attestation form which will be available the week of June 21 and due by August 1, 2021. Students may request an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for medical or religious reasons. Religious exemption: A student may request a religious exemption by following the university’s procedures for requesting religious exemptions for immunizations. The deadline to submit this request is July 15. Medical exemption: A medical exemption may be allowed if a student’s physician provides a detailed letter indicating why this immunization is medically inadvisable.
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Assumption UniversityMA500 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA, 01609Francesco C. Cesareo, Ph.D.Sharon Mahoney, Executive Administrative Assistant shmahone@assumption.eduhttps://www.assumption.edu/people-and-departments/organization-listing/office-president/responding-covid-19-coronavirus/fallUniversity will require that all faculty and staff are fully vaccinated by Monday, August 9. Medical or religious exemptions - including moral and conscientious objections - will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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Bowdoin CollegeMEOffice of the President, 5700 College Station Brunswick Maine 04011Clayton Rose, Ph. D.crose@bowdoin.eduhttps://www.bowdoin.edu/president/writings-and-addresses/messages-to-the-community/2021/apr-16.htmlWe will require all members of the campus community to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of vaccination will be required by the following dates: Students: Friday, August 13, Faculty and staff: Tuesday, August 24 (first-year student arrival day). Exemptions will be granted for medical reasons for students (and legitimate medical or religious reasons in the case of employees).
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Seattle UniversityWAOffice of the President, 901 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. sundborg@seattleu.eduhttps://www.seattleu.edu/coronavirus/covid-vaccination-exemption-protocols-and-registration-deadline-for-students-faculty-and-staff.phpAll SU students—undergraduate, graduate and professional—Faculty and Staff will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and report it to the university prior to arriving on campus in the fall. Students (non-law) seeking an exemption must submit a completed exemption form signed by a healthcare provider to the Student Health Center no later than Monday, Aug. 16, by 5 p.m. Faculty and staff (non-law) seeking an exemption must submit a completed exemption form to Human Resources no later than Friday, July 23 by 5 p.m. Students (non-law) must register and be fully vaccinated by Sept. 3 or have submitted their exemption form by the Aug. 16 deadline to be considered for an approved exemption. Faculty and staff (non-law) must register and be fully vaccinated by Sept. 6 or have submitted their exemption form by the July 23 deadline.
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Vassar CollegeNYOffice of the President, Vassar College Poughkeepsie, New York 12604Elizabeth H. Bradley, Ph.D. ebradley@vassar.eduhttps://president.vassar.edu/community/2021/210414-plans-for-the-fall.htmlWe will be requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before arriving to campus for the Fall Semester, with exceptions for medical or religious reasons.
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Johns Hopkins UniversityMDOffice of the President, 242 Garland Hall, The Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St. Baltimore, Maryland 21218Ronald J. Daniels, Ph.D.president@jhu.eduhttps://hub.jhu.edu/2021/06/09/vaccines-mandatory-for-hopkins-faculty-staff/#:~:text=Johns%20Hopkins%20leaders%20announced%20today,religious%20reasons%20will%20be%20granted. https://covidinfo.jhu.edu/health-safety/covid-vaccination-Beginning Aug. 1, COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, and undergraduate and graduate students who will be working or studying at a U.S.-based campus or worksite. Exceptions for medical and religious reasons will be granted. All on-campus undergraduate and graduate students are also required to be vaccinated. "Beginning Aug. 1, COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, and undergraduate and graduate students who will be working or studying at a U.S.-based campus or worksite. All on-campus undergraduate and graduate students are also required to be vaccinated. Exceptions for medical and religious reasons will be granted. Individuals who are fully vaccinated and have uploaded vaccine documentation are no longer required to wear face-coverings indoors; face-coverings are required in indoor settings for those who are not fully vaccinated. Once-weekly COVID testing will be required for vaccinated, residential undergrads; twice-weekly testing will be required for all unvaccinated affiliates. Exceptions may be granted in limited circumstances for: Medical or religious reasons (note that the only true contraindications to the COVID-19 vaccine are 1) a severe anaphylactic reaction to a prior dose of one of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (requiring the use of epinephrine or EpiPen) or 2) an allergy to a component of the vaccine)
Affiliates
who are pregnant or attempting to become pregnant. Additionally, the following individuals are exempt:
Employees who are, with permission of their supervisor, working in a fully remote capacity and do not visit any Johns Hopkins worksite. Contractors or vendors whose presence at any JHU property is solely limited to the delivery of goods. Students who are enrolled in entirely online programs and do not utilize Johns Hopkins facilities, and non-degree and non-credit students, including those attending the Peabody Preparatory. Guests (individuals who are on campus and not subject to the JHU Visitor Policy), which includes those on campus for short periods of time for tours, meetings, and public events.
The deadline to apply for an
exception is Aug. 1. "
I could not find a direct letter. But, this was posted under Hub staff report.
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Kenyon CollegeOHOffice of the President
Ransom Hall, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio 43022
Sean Decatur, Ph. D.president@kenyon.eduhttps://www.kenyon.edu/news/archive/covid-19-update-vaccination-required-for-students/Vaccination for COVID-19 is required of all students residing and/or working on campus. Students should submit proof of full vaccination via the Vaccination Registration Form by May 23 or before arriving on campus. Kenyon will require vaccination for students enrolling in the 2021-2022 academic year, as well as for students who intend to be on campus this summer. Requests for reasonable accommodations for sincerely held religious beliefs and medical exceptions will be considered on an individual basis.
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Barnard CollegeNYOffice of the President
3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
Sian Leah Beilock, Ph.D.presidentsoffice@barnard.eduhttps://alert.barnard.edu/news/student-vaccination-requirement-fall-2021Barnard will begin requiring COVID-19 vaccination for all students, faculty and staff who will be accessing campus. We announced this requirement for students earlier in the spring. On May 14, 2021 Columbia formally announced its decision to require COVID-19 vaccination of all faculty and staff, beginning this fall. Proof of vaccination or an approved exemption will be required by August 15, 2021 for all faculty staff, and students. Documented medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, this letter is by Leslie Grinage Dean of the College.
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Bennington CollegeVTOffice of the President
Barn 101, One College Drive, Bennington VT 05201-6003
Laura Walker, Ph.D.president@bennington.eduhttps://www.bennington.edu/news-and-features/planning-fall-covid-vaccinationsTo ensure the health of the community and to provide a safe environment for learning and living, Bennington College will require full vaccination for students returning to campus for Fall 2021. We are committed to working with students who may have trouble accessing a vaccine before they arrive on campus and with those who have qualifying exemptions including, for example, medical and religious reasons.
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Boston UniversityMAOffice of the President
1 Silber Way, 8th Floor Boston, MA 02215
Robert A. Brown, Ph.D.president@bu.eduhttps://www.bu.edu/president/vaccination-and-the-fall-semester-at-boston-university-letter-to-faculty-and-staff/All students are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, before coming to campus in the fall, and upload information about their status by August 1, 2021. Exemptions are possible for medical or religious reasons only. 
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Claremont McKenna CollegeCAPresident's Office
Claremont McKenna College, 500 E. Ninth Street Claremont, CA 91711
Hiram Chodosh, J.D. president@cmc.eduhttps://cmc-returns21.cmc.edu/presidents-messageThe COVID-19 vaccine is mandatory for all students; however, as is the case with other vaccination requirements, students can submit an affidavit for exemption from vaccination for documented medical reasons, or if it conflicts with the tenets and practices of a recognized church, religious denomination or recognized religious organization of which the applicant is an adherent or member. To apply for an exemption, please contact Nyree Gray, Associate VP for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Civil Rights Officer (ngray@cmc.edu).
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Clark Atlanta UniversityGAOffice of the President
Harkness Hall, President’s Suite James P. Brawley Drive, S.W. Atlanta, GA 30314
George T. French, Jr., Ph.D.caupresident@cau.eduhttps://www.cau.edu/news/2021/04/AUCC-Schools-Vaccination-Statement-From-Member-Presidents.htmlClark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College and the AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library – will require all students and members of their faculties and staffs to be fully vaccinated by the beginning of the 2021 fall semester. Students subject to this requirement may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement for medical or religious reasons. A religious exemption is not the same as a philosophical, moral, or conscientious exemption. CAU has updated its immunization standards to require students who plan to take in-person classes and/or reside in on-campus student residence halls be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of COVID-19
vaccination in advance of arriving on campus in the fall.
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Columbia College ChicagoILPresident and CEO 600 South Michigan Avenue, Room 505, Chicago IL 60605Kwang‑Wu Kim, D.M.A.N/Ahttps://www.colum.edu/reopening/vaccinationsColumbia College Chicago requires all students to be vaccinated before the start of the Fall 2021 semester.  Vaccination for faculty and staff is not required but is strongly encouraged. Students are required to upload their vaccination status to Med Proctor no later than July 15. Students with a medical or religious exemption will be subject to testing requirements for the entire semeste.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, this letter is by Ron Sodini, Associate Vice President of Security Co-Chair, Incident Assessment Task Force.
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Dartmouth CollegeNHOffice of the President
207 Parkhurst Hall Dartmouth College Hanover, NH 03755
Philip J. Hanlon, Ph.D.President's.Office@Dartmouth.EDUhttps://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2021/04/college-will-require-vaccination-to-return-this-fallAll students who will be on campus for fall term are required to be fully vaccinated. All faculty and staff accessing Dartmouth campuses and buildings are required to be fully vaccinated by September 1. All students, faculty, and staff are expected to get a flu vaccine. Medical exemptions require a letter from your primary care or specialty care provider (who cannot be a family member), Religious exemptions.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, this letter is by by Kyle Mullins / The Dartmouth Senior Staff.
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DePaul UniversityILOffice of the President
1 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604
 A. Gabriel Esteban, Ph.D.president@depaul.eduhttps://resources.depaul.edu/newsroom/news/press-releases/Pages/vaccine_fall2021.aspxDePaul University will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning in-person to campus this fall. This requirement will cover all undergraduate, graduate and professional students in all degree programs who intend to be on campus for any period of time starting in the fall 2021 quarter. Under Illinois State Law, there are a few exemptions to the immunizations requirement, but proper documentation must be provided to indicate that a student qualifies: Medical/Pregnancy Exemption, Religious Exemption, Born before January 1, 1957.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, this letter is by DePaul University Newsroom.
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Drexel UniversityPAOffice of the President
3141 Chestnut Street, Suite 103 Main Building Philadelphia, PA 19104
John A. Fry, Ph.D.president@drexel.eduhttps://drexel.edu/now/archive/2021/April/Student-Update-COVID-19-Vaccine-and-Fall-2021Drexel requires vaccination for all undergraduate and graduate students taking part in any face-to-face classes, participating in extracurricular or other program activities on campus, accessing any facilities on campus including dorms, participating in any team sports, or working in Drexel facilities. This applies to both full- and part-time students who spend time on campus, whether they live or work on campus or off campus. All current faculty, staff, and post-doctoral trainees must also be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to their return to campus, no later than August 1, 2021. Students enrolled in semester-based programs (such as Medicine and Law) must upload proof of vaccination by July 1, 2021. All faculty and staff, as well as students in quarter-based programs, must upload proof of vaccination by August 1, 2021. Employees within the College of Nursing and Health Professions as well as the College of Medicine should consult with their managers to ensure they follow any additional school-specific guidelines. Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated based on the specific circumstances of each request. Vaccinated students must provide documentation of vaccination—or have been granted a medical or religious exemption—within two weeks of coming to campus this fall.
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Emerson CollegeMAOffice of the President
120 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116
Lee Pelton, Ph.D. lee_pelton@emerson.eduhttps://today.emerson.edu/2021/06/17/covid-19-update-fall-2021-vaccine-requirement-reminder/All students studying in person on any of Emerson’s campuses and programs this fall must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they have approved medical or religious exemptions. The deadline for uploading your vaccine records into your Student Health Portal is July 15, 2021. If you have requested a medical or religious exemption, the form along with medical documentation must also be uploaded to the Student Health Portal by July 15, and the College will then be in touch with students to review the exemption request.  
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Fordham UniversityNYOffice of the President
441 East Fordham Road Bronx, NY 10458
Joseph M. McShane, S.J.president@fordham.eduhttps://news.fordham.edu/uncategorized/university-covid-19-vaccination-policy/University will require all students—undergraduates and students in graduate and professional schools—to be vaccinated by the opening of the fall semester (medical and religious accommodations will be considered), and it is the University’s strong expectation that all faculty, staff, and administrators likewise be fully vaccinated on or before the beginning of the fall semester. All students and employees teaching, learning, and working in-person are required to be fully vaccinated by August 1, 2021.
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George Washington UniversityDCOffice of the President
1918 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20052
Thomas J. LeBlanc, Ph.D.https://president.gwu.edu/contact-officehttps://coronavirus.gwu.edu/important-covid-19-vaccine-updateWe will require students, faculty, and staff who are in person this fall to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to being on campus.  We will grant limited exemptions, such as for medical or religious reasons. Requests for exemptions to the vaccine requirement for medical or religious reasons will be considered and must be submitted by June 7. Your vaccine documentation must be uploaded in the medical portal by August 1.
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Hampton UniversityVAOffice of the President
Administration Building 100 E Queen St, Hampton, VA 23669
William R. Harvey, Ph.D.presidentsoffice@hamptonu.eduhttp://docs.hamptonu.edu/student/20210414123904-13399-continuing_student_revised_letter.pdf_20210416112219.pdfStudents will be required to be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to your arrival on campus, unless medically contraindicated or there is a religious exemption. All students must be medically cleared to move into the residence halls and to attend
classes. The deadline for submitting medical documentation for the Pre-College Program
is May 01, 2021. The deadline for all other students is
June 01, 2021.
This one is specifically for faculty and staff.
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Hampton UniversityVAOffice of the President
Administration Building 100 E Queen St, Hampton, VA 23669
William R. Harvey, Ph.D.presidentsoffice@hamptonu.eduhttps://www.wtkr.com/news/coronavirus/hampton-university-to-host-pfizer-vaccination-clinic-for-faculty-staffHampton University is now requiring all faculty and staff to be vaccinated by May 31. I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this link that talks about students, staff and employees.
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Harvey Mudd CollegeCAOffice of the President
Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning 320 E. Foothill Blvd.Claremont, CA 91711
Maria Klawe, Ph. D.klawe@hmc.eduhttps://www.hmc.edu/coronavirus-information/2021/04/08/student-vaccination-policyStudents who wish to live on campus and in Arrow Vista in the fall must be fully vaccinated from COVID-19. Exceptions will be granted to those students who have proof of a medical condition that prevents them from safely getting vaccinated or who hold a sincerely held religious belief or practice that prevents them from getting vaccinated. All faculty and staff (including contract workers) who are employed at HMC and for whom the COVID-19 vaccine is approved/authorized by the FDA[1], must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and show proof of vaccination, unless an exemption from this policy has been granted as an accommodation or otherwise. Once the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) grants full approval to one of the vaccine candidates currently authorized for emergency use (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson), we will likely remove the option for philosophical objections and require employees with this accommodation to get fully vaccinated[2]. All persons covered under this policy must provide proof of vaccination, or submit a request for an accommodation or exemption to the Office of Human Resources, in a manner acceptable to HMC no later than August 1, 2021.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this by Dr. Anna Gonzalez, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students.
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Lasell UniversityMAOffice of the President
1844 Commonwealth Ave. Newton, MA 02466
Michael B. Alexander, Ph. D.N/Ahttps://www.lasell.edu/covid-19-information.htmlLasell University will require a COVID-19 vaccination for all students who take classes or reside on campus by the start of the Fall semester. This policy includes residential and commuter students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. As we do with all other vaccines, Lasell will evaluate and grant requests for appropriate medical and religious exemptions. All employees will be required to receive their second shot of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or the single shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine by August 1.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this under COVID-19 Information.
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Lehigh UniversityPAOffice of the President
Lehigh University 27 Memorial Drive West Bethlehem, PA 18015
John D. Simon, Ph. D.pres@lehigh.eduhttps://www2.lehigh.edu/news/42121-fall-2021-plans-and-covid-vaccinesThe University has decided that a COVID vaccine will be required this fall for all Lehigh undergraduate and graduate students participating in on-campus programs and activities. This requirement will operate similarly to our existing requirements for other immunizations and will begin to be implemented for students living on campus this summer. As with our other required immunizations, students may request an exemption for medical or religious reasons. All undergraduate and graduate students are required to submit verification of full COVID vaccination to the HWC no later than Wednesday, August 4.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this from Nathan Urban, Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.
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Lewis & Clark UniversityOROffice of the President
Lewis & Clark 615 S. Palatine Hill Road Portland, Oregon 97219
Wim Wiewel, Ph. D.president@lclark.eduhttps://www.lclark.edu/offices/health_service/vaccine-education/student-covid-19-vaccination-policy/Proof of vaccination is required for all students in the 2021-22 academic year. (This requirement applies equally to those who have already had COVID-19.) All students will need to have completed a full vaccination regime, or have an approved exemption, by October 15, 2021. Students may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement from the Health Service for medical or non-medical (e.g., religious) reasons.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this under Vaccine Education.
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Oakland UniversityMIOffice of the President
Wilson Hall, Room 204 371 Wilson Boulevard Rochester, MI 48309-4486
Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, M.D.president@oakland.eduhttps://www.oakland.edu/return-to-campus/covid-19-vaccines/Students living on campus in residence halls, apartments and cottages must be vaccinated prior to fall move in on Friday, August 27. Exceptions will be made for students who seek a religious or medical exemption. This requirement means students living in any of Oakland’s six residence halls, Ann V. Nicholson Apartments, George T. Matthews Courts Apartments, or Greek cottages, must be fully vaccinated before check in.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this under Covid-19 Vaccines.
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NYUNYOffice of the President
70 Washington Square South, New York NY, 10012
Andrew Hamilton, Ph. D.andrew.hamilton@nyu.eduhttps://www.nyu.edu/about/leadership-university-administration/office-of-the-president/office-of-the-provost/provostial-communications/important-information-summary-update-of-covid-related-developments-at-nyu.htmlNYU intends to require vaccinations for all NYU students returning to campus in New York City and other U.S. sites for the fall semester, while accommodating medical and religious exemptions.  I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this from Provost Katherine Fleming.
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Princeton UniversityNJOffice of the President
1 Nassau Hall Princeton NJ 08544
Christopher L. Eisgruber, Ph. D.Erin E. Graham Assistant to the President egraham@princeton.eduhttps://www.princeton.edu/news/2021/04/20/university-will-require-all-undergraduate-and-graduate-students-receive-covid-19Princeton University will require all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled or otherwise present on campus during the 2021-22 academic year to receive, and to provide proof of having received, a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by August 1. Medical and religious exemptions from the vaccination requirement will be granted in accordance with the University’s reasonable accommodation policies and legal requirements. Princeton University will require that all faculty, staff, researchers, appointed visiting faculty and researchers, temporary employees, and independent contractors (i.e., individuals working alongside with or providing services to students and employees) receive and provide proof of having received a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and/or World Health Organization. The requirement applies to employees and others routinely working on campus or in property occupied by the University. All employees (defined as the groups listed above) who will be on campus this fall must receive the final dose of their chosen vaccine no later than August 1, 2021.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this from Office of Communications.
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Pitzer CollegeCAOffice of the President
Broad Center, 2nd Floor 1050 N. Mills Avenue Claremont, CA 91711
Melvin L. Oliver, Ph. D.PitzerPresident@pitzer.eduhttps://www.pitzer.edu/emergency/2021/04/13/covid-19-vaccine-update-for-students/All students will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus. The possibility of an exception to this vaccination requirement will be considered only for documented medical conditions or religious exceptions.I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this from Sandra Vasquez Interim Vice President of Student Affairs.
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Pomona CollegeCAOffice of the President
333 N. College Way Claremont, CA 91711
G. Gabrielle Starr, Ph. D.president@pomona.eduhttps://www.pomona.edu/coronavirusAll students will need to be vaccinated (with exemptions for documented medical reasons or sincerely held religious beliefs).I could not find a direct letter from the President. But, I found this under Coronavirus.
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RPINYOffice of the President
3031 Troy Building 110 Eighth Street Troy, NY USA 12180
Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph. D.president.general@rpi.eduhttps://covid19.rpi.edu/announcements/summer-and-fall-semester-2021All registered students for The Arch 2021 summer semester, fall 2021 semester, and spring 2022 semester are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19. You must have received your first dose by June 7. If a second dose is required, it must be completed in accordance with the vaccine schedule.I could not find a direct letter from the President. This is from Prabhat Hajela, Provost.
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Wake Forest University*NCOffice of the President
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem NC 27109
Nathan O. Hatch, Ph. D.nhatch@wfu.eduhttps://ourwayforward.wfu.edu/2021/04/covid-19-update-intent-to-require-vaccination-current-studentsWake Forest intends to require that all students be fully vaccinated before beginning Fall Semester classes. All students (undergraduate, graduate and professional school) enrolled in classes or participating in in-person activities on any of our campuses and in study abroad/away locations during the Fall 2021 Semester should provide documentation of an FDA-authorized (Emergency Use or fully licensed) vaccination by July 1, 2021. Wake Forest will review requests for medical and religious exemptions, as we do for other required vaccinations.
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St. Mary's CollegeINOffice of the President
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Katie Conboy, Ph.D.president@saintmarys.eduhttps://www.saintmarys.edu/live-learn-work/fall-vaccine-policyTherefore, we have expanded our existing student immunization requirements to include the COVID-19 vaccine. This additional requirement became effective beginning with the Summer 2021 term. On June 25, we took the additional step and announced by August 2, all employees of the College will need to provide documentation that they too are fully immunized against COVID-19. Undergraduate and graduate students attending classes on campus may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement for verified medical or religious reasons.
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Samuel Merritt UniversityCAOffice of the President
3100 Telegraph Ave Oakland, California 94609
Ching-Hua Wang, Ph. D.N/Ahttps://www.samuelmerritt.edu/coronavirusSamuel Merritt University requiring all students, faculty, and staff to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals may request a medical or religious exemption to vaccination by August 1, 2021. Faculty and Staff (medical and religious) to request a medical exemption, need to submit a completed Medical Exemption Request Form by August 1, 2021, in order to allow for review of all documentation in time for the August 30, 2021, effective date of this policy.
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Smith CollegeMAOffice of the President
College Hall 201 Smith College Northampton, MA 01063
Kathleen McCartney, Ph. D.N/Ahttps://www.smith.edu/president-kathleen-mccartney/letters-community/2020-21/student-vaccination-against-covid-19Smith College will require all undergraduate and graduate students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester. All employees must be fully vaccinated by August 1, 2021. As with other required vaccinations, requests for medical or religious exemptions will be reviewed and accommodated on a case-by-case basis.
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Spelman CollegeGAOffice of the President
First Floor Rockefeller Hall, 350 Spelman Lane Atlanta, Georgia 30314
Mary Schmidt Campbell, Ph.D.presidentsoffice@spelman.eduhttp://spelmancollege.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=c3992e9a68c5ae12bd18488bc579b30d.867&s=7460b87c5dd24ef1791e814e85fa848eThe Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC) member institutions – Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College and the AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library – will require all students and members of their faculties and staffs to be fully vaccinated by the beginning of the 2021 fall semester. AUCC schools are developing processes by which exemptions from vaccination will be considered. These processes may vary by institution.
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Trinity Washington UniversityDCTrinity President’s Office
Main 150 125 Michigan Avenue, N.E. Washington, DC 20017
Patricia McGuire, Ph. D.president@trinitydc.eduhttps://discover.trinitydc.edu/news/important-covid-19-vaccine-updateTrinity Washington University in D.C. will require students, faculty, and staff to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to being on campus for the fall semester. Trinity will require the Covid-19 vaccine for every person on campus – students, faculty, staff, vendor employees, Trinity Center patrons. We will have a process for medical and religious exemptions.
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University of DenverCOOffice of the Chancellor
Mary Reed Building 2199 S. University Blvd. Denver, CO 80208
Jeremy Haefner, Ph. D.chancellor@du.eduhttps://www.du.edu/news/covid-19-vaccine-required-students-fall-2021-term#:~:text=Dear%20DU%20community%20members%2C&text=To%20realize%20this%20goal%E2%80%94and,for%20the%20fall%202021%20term.The University of Denver will require all undergraduate and graduate students living, learning or working on campus to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall 2021 term. Proof of vaccination or exemption will be required before the start of fall term. Vaccination is required prior to arrival on campus for the fall term (August for Sturm College of Law students and September for the rest of campus), or your start date on campus, whichever is later. DU will consider requests for applicable exemptions for medical, religious and personal reasons.
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University of San DiegoCAOffice of the President
Hughes Administration Center 229, 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110
James T. Harris III, D.Ed. president@sandiego.eduhttps://www.sandiego.edu/onward/vaccination-action-plan.phpAll students, faculty, staff and administrators are required to be vaccinated by August 1. Students must submit proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to live in the residential halls or attend in-person classes. Students will not be allowed to move onto campus, attend in-person classes or participate in USDs sponsored events (such as internships, athletics, clubs, etc.) without proof of vaccination or an approved exemption. COVID-19 vaccine requirement allows for exemptions. A student may request an exemption for medical reasons or due to religious beliefs. Requests for a medical exemption will need to be completed by the student’s licensed medical provider. The completed form(s) must be uploaded to the students MyWellness portal. The student will be notified promptly of the requested exemptions approval or denial.
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College of the AtlanticMEOffice of the President
105 Eden Street
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
Darron Collins, Ph. D.dcollins@coa.eduhttps://www.coa.edu/live/news/1853-bar-harbor-college-will-require-covid-19Those working and studying on campus in the fall will be subject to the vaccination requirement once COVID-19 vaccines gain full approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from Covid-19 Response.
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Holy Cross CollegeINOffice of the President
Holy Cross College
54515 State Road 933 N. P.O. Box 308
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Father David Tyson, C.S.C.President@Hcc-Nd.Eduhttps://www.hcc-nd.edu/covid/#1604332028671-da1c2af6-c972College will require all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The College will accommodate documented medical or religious exemptions, but the this vaccine will be added to the other important immunizations that are required for students.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from the Observer Staff Report.
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Lawrence Technological UniversityMIOffice of the President 21000 West Ten Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075-1058Virinder K. Moudgil, Ph. D.president@ltu.eduhttps://www.ltu.edu/news/?_from=/news/index.asp&_opt=detail&_cid=31a6acae-df51-4189-ab88-edf7d6668a7dAll students living on campus in residence halls for the Fall 2021 semester must be vaccinated. Verification of your vaccination must be provided to the Residence Life office two weeks prior to your move-in. Exceptions will be made for students who seek a religious or medical exemption. All student-athletes, whether they live on campus or not, will be required to be vaccinated by August 1, 2021 in order to participate in athletics during the 2021-22 school year.  I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from LTU News.
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University of Massachusetts Ahmerst (Please see UniversitySystems tab)MAOffice of the Chancellor
UMass Amherst
374 Whitmore Building
Amherst, MA 01003
Kumble R. Subbaswamy, Ph. D.chancellor@umass.eduhttps://www.umass.edu/coronavirus/news/update-vaccinations-umass-amherst-communityAll undergraduate and graduate students who wish to live or learn or conduct research on campus or access campus resources must be fully vaccinated prior to the beginning of the fall semester, on the basis of expected additional state, federal and legal guidance and vaccine availability, and subject to religious and disability accommodations pursuant to state and federal law. We urge students to get their first shot of the vaccine as soon as possible and no later than July 15, 2021. Students attending UMass may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement, subject to religious and disability accommodations pursuant to state and federal law. Medical Exemptions: Students who have a medical contraindication to COVID-19 vaccines that does not allow for full vaccination may request a medical exemption returned to the NSIP office by July 15, 2021.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from Update/vaccinations by Co-Directors of the Public Health Promotion Center (PHPC)

Jeffrey Hescock, Executive Director of Environmental Health and Safety
Ann Becker, Public Health Director
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St. Edward's UniversityTXOffice of the President
St. Edward’s University 3001 South Congress
Austin, Texas 78704-6489
Montserrat ‘Montse’ Fuentes, Ph.D.mfuentes@stedwards.eduhttps://stedwards.app.box.com/s/tl2fa1qx8hrxas46mt1c0wf31otyf47eUniversity will require the COVID-19 vaccination of all employees and on-campus students 16-years of age or older as of the effective date September 1, 2021. Similar to other immunizations required by the University and the State of Texas, exemptions include: religious belief, medical, refusal of an FDA Emergency Use Authorized vaccination, election to not provide vaccination status or exemption reason to the university (TX EO-GA-35), provided TX EO-GA-35 is in effect as of August 1, 2021 (4 weeks prior to the effective date of this policy).I could not find a letter from the Prsident. But, this is from the Covid-19 Steering Team.
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Le Moyne CollegeNYLe Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214
Linda LeMura, Ph. D.officeofthepresident@lemoyne.eduhttps://www.lemoyne.edu/News/News-Article/ArticleId/320All undergraduate and graduate students to have the COVID-19 vaccine by the opening of the fall 2021 semester. Exemptions based on medical and religious reasons will be accommodated.I could not find a letter from the President. But, this is from Press Releases.
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Loyola University ChicagoILOffice of the President
Loyola University Chicago
Lewis Towers - Suite 1500
820 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
Jo Ann Rooney, EdD, JD, LLM  president@luc.eduhttps://loyolachicago.us.newsweaver.com/mptytjt7x1/1g3kax3m8if1mwvh8pz3j8?email=true&lang=en&a=6&p=6173569&t=645687We require all students to be vaccinated from COVID-19 before returning for the fall 2021 semester. Exemptions for medical contraindications or religious reasons consistent with our current policy will be granted. All students are now required to upload their COVID-19 vaccination cards by no later than Friday, August 6.
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Menlo CollegeCAOffice of the President Menlo College 1000 El Camino Real Atherton, CA 94027-4301Steven A. Weiner, Ph. D.steven.weiner@menlo.eduhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTVQZ5_kOzW3cEx7pBgw02vyUFs_T5AUFp1yz47r0dYepw6rzoUI9AkgA2-djl10tBSuwIPqXBCMI6L/pubMenlo College will require that ALL students -- residential and commuter, US-based and international -- be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the start of the fall 2021 semester. Every student must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination through the ATS platform at least two weeks before returning to campus. In line with California law, Menlo College will only grant medical exemptions, and not religious or philosophical exemptions. Proof of vaccination for students is required two weeks prior to the start of the fall 2021 semester - July 22, 2021. Exemption claims must be submitted by June 28, 2021.By Angela Schmiede, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Success Chair, Pandemic Planning Team.
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Montclair State UniversityNJMontclair State University
Office of the President
1 Normal Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07043
Susan A. Cole, Ph. D.askpresident@montclair.eduhttps://www.montclair.edu/redhawk-restart/2021/04/22/important-news-about-covid-19-vaccines/Students will need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning to campus this fall. The requirement will apply to every student, undergraduate and graduate, commuter and residential, except (1) those who are enrolled in fully online degree programs that offer no on-campus instruction, activities, or services and (2) those who qualify under New Jersey law for medical or religious exemptions.
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Morgan State UniversityMDOffice of the President
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane Truth Hall,
Rm. 400
Baltimore, Maryland 21251
David Kwabena Wilson, Ph. D.N/Ahttps://news.morgan.edu/required-vaccinations/Morgan State University announced decision to require all faculty, staff and students to have received a full vaccination by August 1, 2021, before the start of the fall semester. The University will review requests for medical and religious exemptions to the vaccination mandate, as provided for under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Additional details on requesting such an exemption are forthcoming.
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Paul Quinn CollegeTXOffice of the President
3837 Simpson Stuart Rd
Dallas, TX 75241
Michael J. Sorrell, Ph. D.President@pqc.eduhttps://twitter.com/michaelsorrell/status/1379765937805615104?s=20No new updates since July 09, 2020.I apologize, but I was only able to find this tweet referring to covid vaccines.
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Sarah Lawrence CollegeNYOffice of the President
1 Mead Way
Bronxville, NY 10708
Cristle Collins Judd, Ph. D.president@sarahlawrence.eduhttps://www.sarahlawrence.edu/covid-information/#:~:text=To%20ensure%20the%20safest%20experience,campus%20for%20the%20fall%20semester.The College is requiring all residential and commuter students—both undergraduate and graduate—to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to arriving on campus for the fall semester. Exceptions will be granted for students who cannot be vaccinated due to approved medical or religious exemptions. The deadline for students to submit a copy of their official vaccination card, indicating completion of the COVID-19 vaccination series, is July 8, 2021.  This is from Communications Archive by Mary Hartnett, Director of Medical Services Danny Trujillo Dean of Studies and Student Life.
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Southern New Hampshire UniversityNHOffice of the President
2500 North River Road
Manchester NH 03106
Paul J. LeBlanc, Ph. D.  p.leblanc@snhu.eduhttps://www.snhu.edu/about-us/covid-19All campus-based SNHU students will be required to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19, or proof of medical or religious exemption, in order to start classes and/or physically be on the Manchester campus for the fall 2021 semester.This is from Covid-19.
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Stanford UniversityCAOffice of the President
450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 10
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305
Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Ph. D.tessier3@stanford.eduhttps://news.stanford.edu/today/2021/04/22/student-vaccination-fall/Stanford plans to require all undergraduate, graduate and professional students coming to campus this fall to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. We will accommodate those who cannot take the vaccine for medical or religious reasons. Students in these situations will be able to request an exception and, once it is approved, will be required to undergo regular COVID-19 testing. Other requirements may also apply. For students enrolled during the 2021-22 academic year, the deadline for undergraduate students to confirm their vaccination status is July 23. The deadline for all graduate and professional students to confirm their vaccination status is July 30.From Persis Drell, Provost.
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Stevens Institute of TechnologyNHOffice of the President
Stevens Institute of Technology
1 Castle Point Terrace Hoboken, NJ 07030
Nariman Farvardin, Ph. D. nfarvard@stevens.eduhttps://www.stevens.edu/about-stevens/spring-21-campus-operations-and-guidance/announcements-updates/04222021-message-presidentStevens will require all members of our campus community to be fully vaccinated as soon as possible and before returning to campus in the fall. All students and full-time and part-time employees, including but not limited to faculty, full-time staff, adjuncts, and part-time staff whose program of study or work assignment requires them to be on-campus, must be vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine that has been authorized or granted emergency use authorization (EUA) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Students must be fully vaccinated by August 15, 2021 and faculty and staff must be vaccinated by August 1, 2021. Limited exemptions will also be considered for medical and religious reasons, and the process for requesting an exemption will be communicated by the Division of Human Resources (for employees) and by Student Health Services (for students) and included in FAQs to be posted on the Stevens COVID-19 website.
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University of California System (please see tab 'UniversitySystems')CAOffice of the President
University of California 1111 Franklin Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Michael V. Drake, M.D.president@ucop.eduhttps://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/news/Pages/CSU-COVID-Vax-Requirement-FDA-Approval.aspxThe University of California (UC)​ announced that the universities intend to require faculty, staff and students who are accessing campus facilities at any university location to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This requirement will be conditioned upon full approval of one or more vaccines by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as well as adequate availability of the fully approved vaccines. This requirement will become effective at the beginning of the fall 2021 term, or upon full FDA approval of the vaccine, whichever occurs later. I have 2 links to both schools. I included both links to CSU and UC.
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University of Pennsylvania
PA
President's Office
University of Pennsylvania
1 College Hall, Room 100
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Amy Gutmann, Ph. D.president@upenn.edu
https://penntoday.upenn.edu/announcements/penn-require-all-current-faculty-staff-and-postdoctoral-trainees-be-fully-vaccinated
Today we are announcing that all current faculty, staff, and postdoctoral trainees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no later than August 1, 2021. Employees of Penn’s health schools must follow any additional school-specific guidelines. Vaccinated faculty, staff, and postdocs should enter their vaccination information by July 1. We recognize that some individuals will choose not to obtain vaccines for medical and religious reasons, and some may choose not to disclose their vaccine status.
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University of RochesterNYOffice of the President
240 Wallis Hall
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
Sarah C. Mangelsdorf, Ph. D.ThePresidentsOffice@Rochester.eduhttps://www.rochester.edu/coronavirus-update/university-to-require-covid-19-vaccination-for-students-for-upcoming-academic-year/The University of Rochester is requiring all students—undergraduate and graduate—who plan to be on any campus for the 2021-22 academic year, to be vaccinated against COVID-19. University students, living both on-campus and off-campus, are expected to have received both doses of a two-dose vaccine, or the single dose of a one-dose vaccine, by Aug. 1, 2021. Students may request a medical or religious exemption. Exemption requests must be approved by UHS, and should be made to UHS by July 15, 2021.Under Coronavirus Update.
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University system of Maryland (please see tab 'UniversitySystems')MDOffice of the President
Academic Center at Largo
1616 McCormick Drive Largo, MD 20774
Dr. Gregory Fowler, Ph. D.president-office@umuc.eduhttps://www.usmd.edu/newsroom/news/2154All eligible students, faculty, and staff who will be on our Maryland campuses this fall be vaccinated against COVID. Of course, we’ll comply with all federal and state laws in granting appropriate exemptions for medical or religious reasons.I found under Newsroom release from Chancellor Jay A. Perman.
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Willamette UniversityOROffice of the President
900 STATE STREET
SALEM OREGON 97301
STEPHEN E. THORSETT, Ph. D. PRESIDENT@WILLAMETTE.EDUhttps://willamette.edu/offices/wellness/coronavirus/vaccination-policy/index.htmlProof of full vaccination is required by the date students or employees return to campus for Academic Year 21-22 or as otherwise instructed by the university. Students and employees may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement for medical or non-medical (e.g., religious) reasons, including for reasons provided in Oregon and federal law.I found under Covid-19 Task Force.
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Digipen Institute of TechnologyWAOffice of the President
9931 Willows Road NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Claude Comair ccomair@digipen.eduhttps://www.digipen.edu/about/digipen-covid-19-updatesWe are requiring all students and on-site faculty/staff to be vaccinated for COVID-19, beginning with the fall 2021 semester. Exemptions will be made for documented medical reasons or sincerely held religious beliefs. If you would like to seek an exemption, you can begin that process when registering for your fall courses in July.I found under Covid-19 Updates.
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Hampshire CollegeMAOFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE
893 WEST STREET
AMHERST, MA 01002
President Ed Wingenbach, Ph. D.PRESIDENT@HAMPSHIRE.EDUhttps://www.hampshire.edu/news/2021/04/22/hampshire-college-will-require-all-students-to-be-vaccinated-for-fall-2021-semesterHampshire College requires all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before arrival for fall semester 2021. Requests for exceptions for medical or religious reasons will be evaluated following Hampshire’s standard policies.I found under News & Events.
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Sonoma State UniversityCAOffice of the President
1801 East Cotati Ave
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Judy K. Sakaki, Ph. D.president@sonoma.eduhttps://covid19.sonoma.edu/general-information-0/vaccine-information#:~:text=The%20California%20State%20University%20system,any%20of%20the%20university%20campuses.The California State University system intends to require that students, faculty, and staff be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to access campus facilities at any of the university campuses. Vaccination will be required for Fall 2021, provided that one or more of the vaccines receives full approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.I found under Covid-19 Information.
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Macalester CollegeMNPresident’s Office Weyerhaeuser Room 208 1600 Grand Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55105-1899Suzanne M. Rivera, Ph. D.president@macalester.eduhttps://www.macalester.edu/covid-19/recent-updates/president-rivera-covid-19-vaccine-requirement/We have decided to require, with limited exceptions, all students and employees who will work or study on campus to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by August 2, 2021. Students may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement using the same process as for other compulsory immunizations. Documentation of student vaccination (or exemption) will be required by August 2, 2021 using the steps described on the Hamre Center website.
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The New SchoolNYOffice of the President The New School 66 West 12th Street New York, NY 10011Dwight A. McBride, Ph. D.Mary Karmelek Executive Assistant To The President Karmelem@Newschool.Eduhttps://blogs.newschool.edu/community-messages/2021/04/26/student-vaccination-requirement-for-fall-2021/We will require all new and returning New School students (with the exception of those who receive approved medical or religious exemptions) to be fully vaccinated and to submit an electronic copy of their COVID-19 vaccination documentation before they arrive on our New York City campus for the fall 2021 semester. Accommodations for medical and religious reasons will be made for students who meet the criteria for exemption from the vaccine policy. Students who were registered in spring or summer 2021 must submit documentation via the Student Health Services (SHS) portal by August 1.
All other students
requesting medical or religious exemptions will receive instructions about how to submit their documentation in the coming weeks.
By August 1: Last day to upload proof of vaccination or request a medical or religious exemption.
I found it under Messages to the Community from Stephanie Browner, Interim Provost, and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Tokumbo Shobowale, Executive Vice President for Business and Operations
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Tufts UniversityMAOffice of the President Tufts University Ballou Hall, 2nd Floor Medford, MA 02155Anthony P. Monaco, Ph. D.https://president.tufts.edu/connect/https://coronavirus.tufts.edu/04-25-21-important-tufts-vaccine-updatesStudents (including undergraduate, graduate, professional, and non-traditional students) will need to be vaccinated prior to participating in on-campus classes or activities. For students in the School of Arts and Sciences (including the SMFA), School of Engineering, Fletcher School, School of Medicine, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Dental Medicine, Friedman School, and Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, the deadline for vaccination is July 1. All faculty and staff will be required to provide documentation of COVID-19 vaccination, request a medical or religious accommodation, or complete a declination form indicating a decision to decline vaccination by August 15 at the latest (or by July 1 if you are at the Dental School or Cummings School).Michael R. Jordan, M.D., M.P.H., University Infection Control Health Director.
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Whitman CollegeWAOffice of the President
Memorial Building 304
345 Boyer Ave. Walla Walla, WA 99362
Kathleen M. Murray, Ph. D.kmurray@whitman.eduhttps://www.whitman.edu/covid-dashboard/updates/april-23-2021-%E2%80%93-covid-19-and-plans-for-the-fallBeginning in August 2021, Whitman College will require that all students, faculty and staff be fully vaccinated and submit proof of vaccination to come to campus. Those who are not fully vaccinated and plan to be on campus for any reason must have an approved exemption for medical, religious or emergency use authorization (EUA)-related reasons.
Volunteers must also be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination to be on campus
beginning in August 2021.
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Williams CollegeMAOffice of the President
880 Main Street
Hopkins Hall 3rd floor, P.O. Box 687 Williamstown, MA 01267
Maud S. Mandel, Ph. D.msm8​@williams​.eduhttps://president.williams.edu/writings-and-remarks/student-vaccine-requirement-for-next-fall/Starting August 1, 2021, the college will require all undergraduate and Master’s students to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination as part of the student registration process. Exceptions will only be allowed for medical or religious reasons and must be documented through a formal process.Marlene Sandstrom, Dean of the College Fred Puddester, Vice President for Finance & Administration and Treasurer.
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Amherst CollegeMAPresident of the College
103 Converse Hall
100 Boltwood Avenue Amherst, MA 01002
Biddy Martin, Ph. D.president@amherst.eduhttps://www.amherst.edu/news/covid-19/community-messages/staying-in-touch/node/799064Amherst is requiring that all staff and faculty be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Aug. 1. The College is aware that certain staff and faculty members may have medical conditions or religious beliefs that do not allow for vaccination.
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Brandeis UniversityMAOffice of the President
MS 100
Irving Enclave 113
Brandeis University
415 South Street Waltham, MA 02453
Ronald D. Liebowitz, Ph. D. president@brandeis.eduhttps://www.brandeis.edu/covid-19/policies/campus-updates/2021-04-26-vaccine-requirement.htmlBrandeis University will require all new and returning students coming to campus to be fully vaccinated. Faculty and staff are required to upload proof of their completed vaccination, or to receive a medical or religious exemption in order to be present on campus.
Limited exemptions to this policy will be granted for medical or religious reasons. Students must be fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized vaccine by the start of the fall term.
Carol A. Fierke, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs; Stew Uretsky, Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration; Raymond Lu-Ming Ou, Vice President of Student Affairs.
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Colorado CollegeCOPresident's Office
14 E. Cache La Poudre St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Mike Edmonds, Ph. D.; Robert Moore, Ph. D. Acting co-Presidentspresident@coloradocollege.eduhttps://us8.campaign-archive.com/?u=a2ffa14c4a3c79ddcc1b20faa&id=a91e17a99aColorado College will require all students, faculty, and staff who are living, learning, working on and accessing campus for the 2021-22 academic year to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All members of the campus community will be required to provide proof of vaccination or exemption by Aug. 1. Mike Edmonds Acting Co-President.
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DePauw UniversityINOffice of the President
Studebaker Administration
Building 313
South Locust Street Greencastle, IN 46135
Lori S. White, Ph. D.president@depauw.eduhttps://www.depauw.edu/coronavirus/qa-about-covid-19/#fall2021COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all students planning to attend this fall.  Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated for all required vaccinations. COVID-19 vaccination records are due to the University no later than August 1. To submit a medical or religious exemption, please complete this form. Completed forms should be returned to the DePauw Health Wellness Center via email, fax or mail; this specific information is listed on the form. Exemption forms are due to the DePauw Health Wellness Center no later than July 1.I found under Question Guide.
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Maryville CollegeTNOffice of the President
Fayerweather Hall Suite 334
502 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy Maryville, TN, 37804
Bryan F. Coker, Ph. D.bryan.coker@maryvillecollege.eduhttps://www.maryvillecollege.edu/news/2021/mc-requiring-with-exceptions-covid-19-vaccine-for-campus-community/Maryville College is requiring, with some exceptions, that its faculty, staff and students be vaccinated against COVID-19 before Aug. 1, 2021. The exemptions to this requirement include: Medical, Religious, Personal Preference. Online forms for reporting vaccinations have been created for students and employees. (Individuals will need to be signed into their MC email to access the form.) Effective June 30, individuals requesting an exemption must complete the online form AND provide supporting documentation.
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Massachusetts State University system (Salem State) (Please see tab 'UniversitySystems')MAPresident's Office 331 Lafayette St 3rd Floor 352 Lafayette Street Salem, MA 01970John D. Keenan, Ph. D.president@salemstate.eduhttps://www.salemstate.edu/news/fall-2021-semester-covid-19-vaccine-requirement-apr-26-2021Undergraduate and graduate students who are attending in-person classes, conducting research on campus, living in residence halls, or participating in campus life activities to become fully inoculated with an FDA authorized COVID-19 vaccine prior to the start of the 2021 academic year. The state university presidents expect that all employees will also be fully vaccinated prior to the start of the fall semester.  Elisa Castillo, PhD, associate dean of students for wellness; Gene Labonte, associate vice president for public safety and risk management.
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Mount Holyoke CollegeMAOffice of the President
204 Mary Lyon Hall
Mount Holyoke College
50 College Street
South Hadley, MA 01075
Sonya Stephens, Ph. D.I only found a contact form for the President. https://www.mtholyoke.edu/user/2881/contacthttps://www.mtholyoke.edu/advisories/73826/vaccine-information-fall-2021A COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all faculty, staff (including unionized staff), undergraduate students and graduate students. The mandate also applies to individuals who provide services to the College, interact regularly with College community members and whose primary work location throughout the year is indoors in College buildings, regardless of employer. Students: The July 1, 2021 deadline to submit vaccination documentation for new, incoming students has been previously communicated and should be submitted through health services as part of the health form requirements. Returning students should submit documentation by August 1, 2021. More information for undergraduate and graduate students is available via health services.
Employees: Documentation is due by August 13, 2021. Exemptions: Students: Please visit health services for instruction.
Employees: Please visit COVID-19 vaccine information for employees for instruction.
I found under Vaccine Information for Fall 2021.
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University of Southern California (please see tab 'UniversitySystems')CAUSC OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0012
Carol L. Folt, Ph. D.president@usc.eduhttps://www.uscannenbergmedia.com/2021/04/26/president-carol-folt-looks-forward-in-state-of-the-university-address-as-usc-prepares-to-welcome-students-back-to-campus-in-the-fall/Vaccination Program that requires SARS-CoV-2 vaccinations (or for USC’s faculty, staff, and students who are on-campus. Any faculty member, staff, or student subject to this policy who fails to participate in the COVID-19 Vaccination Program by the established deadline of July 15, 2021 will be unable to be on-site in any capacity. Any unvaccinated person, including those with an approved Religious or Medical exemption, will be subject to additional requirements, including but not limited to a requirement to wear a mask indoor on all USC campuses, and to participate in regular testing (once per week for faculty, staff, and graduate students; twice per week for undergraduates). A Religious or Medical exemption form must be completed by the faculty member, staff, or student (or parent/guardian if employee or student is less than 18 years of age). Please note that as of August 1, 2021, personal declinations will no longer be valid or accepted. If you submit a personal declination form before August 1, you will be required to either receive a vaccine and submit vaccination documentation OR submit for approval a completed Religious or Medical exemption form (see below for details).I found under USC Annenberg Media.
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Drew UniversityNJPresident's Office
Mead Hall 205
36 Madison Ave, Madison NJ 07940
Thomas J. Schwarz, JDpresident@drew.eduhttps://www.drew.edu/stories/2021/04/26/drew-university-announces-vaccine-requirement-for-2021-22-academic-year/Drew University will require a COVID-19 vaccination for all students planning to be on campus during the 2021–2022 academic year. This includes undergraduate and graduate students; students participating in our joint and collaborative programs with other institutions; and visiting, exchange, non-matriculated, and special-program students. All students arriving for the fall 2021 semester will be required to present evidence of COVID-19 immunization at least two weeks prior to moving into their residence hall or August 13 for commuter students. Medical and religious exemptions from the vaccination requirement will be granted in accordance with the University’s policies and will be considered on an individual basis.I found it under Campus Life.
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St. John's UniversityNYOffice of the President 8000 Utopia Parkway Queens, NY 11439Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P.N/Ahttps://www.stjohns.edu/about/news/announcements/covid-19-vaccination-requirement-fall-2021St. John’s will require all students to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, and, to provide proof of vaccination before returning to campus for the fall semester. (Note: Exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccination requirement will be made for students with proof of a documented medical condition or due to religious beliefs.) I found it under Announcements.