Campus Operations FAQ

Here is what we are doing to keep the Stockton community safe and healthy: 

  • Stockton plans to operate the Summer/Fall 2022 semester as a predominantly face-to-face academic experience with additional course modalities available, including online and hybrid. Course modalities, chosen by the instructor of record, are listed on the Summer/Fall 2022 schedule.
  • There are extensive safety protocols in place. Masks are optional for of all students, employees and visitors who are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Student housing has been modified to comply with state and federal guidelines. 
  • Procedures are in place to test and/or quarantine faculty, staff and students as needed.

Student Accommodations: 

Official ADA Accommodations: Students who believe they require accommodation due to a documented disability and would like services must register with the Learning Access Program(LAP). When a student self-discloses their disability to the Learning Access Program, they also need to submit dated documentation that identifies the student’s diagnosed disability, functional limitations, and suggested accommodations. This documentation will be reviewed during a personal intake interview with a LAP coordinator. Accommodations are designed to provide equal access for academic success while maintaining the program standards.   

Student Modifications: 

Informal Modifications: Faculty may consider informal adjustments to individual student requests in the faculty member’s class; however, student requests for accommodations must continue to follow the University’s existing ADA Accommodation process through the LAP. Current University policies and procedures for medical modifications continue to apply; visit the Learning Access Program’s webpage to learn more. 

Stockton’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion maintains a webpage with information about the reasonable accommodationsprocess for employees. 

Stockton will continue following guidelines and protocols from institutional and governmental sources, including (but not limited to):  

One of the most important steps we all can take to keep ourselves and each other safe is to get vaccinated. Students are our largest demographic (approximately 85% of the Stockton community). A vaccinated student body allows the University to provide a vibrant and complete college experience while also offering the best chance for herd immunity at Stockton, subject to exemptions for valid and documented medical or religious reasons. 

Read what members of the Stockton comuninty have to say about vaxxing up!

Yes, all undergraduate and graduate students are required to be vaccinated and boosted, regardless of whether they are residential or commuter students. 

You are eligible for your booster if it has been:

  • At least two months since completing your one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot
  • At least five months since completing your two-dose Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine series

If you tested positive or were exposed to someone with COVID-19, get vaccinated/boosted after isolation or quarantine period ends and symptoms have improved.

You can submit your proof of vaccination and booster shot at immunization.stockton.edu.

Pursuant to Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 253, all university employees must be vaccinated, or be subject to routine testing. 

The University’s Procedure 6335 was revised as of 2/1/22 to incorporate vaccine and booster requirements for all employees. 

All employees must do one of the following: 

  1. Upload a copy or photo of their vaccine card and enter their vaccine information (including booster information) via the University goStockton Portal; 
  2. Request an exemption to this requirement based on their own medical condition or sincerely held religious belief by completing and submitting the Employee COVID-19 Immunization Exemption/Extension Request Form, or 
  3. Request an extension to be fully vaccinated by submitting the COVID-19 Immunization Exemption/Extension Request Form. 

Yes, to ensure that we can maintain the health and safety of our entire campus community, and provide the college experience our students expect and deserve, Stockton requires all students to receive their COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots by June 1, 2022 or when they are eligible for the booster. You are eligible for your booster if it has been:

  • At least two months since completing your one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot
  • At least five months since completing your two-dose Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine series

All students must provide proof of vaccination or approval of an exemption for medical or religious reasons. Students who have already been approved for a COVID-19 vaccine exemption do not need to resubmit any documentation for the booster requirement.

Compliance with Initial Vaccine Series

Students who fail to complete their first course of vaccination (not including booster): (a) will be dropped from their classes; (b) will have a hold placed on their account; and (c) will not be permitted to re-register for classes until the hold is removed (by providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination or approval for a medical or religious exemption).  

Students dropped from classes who subsequently submit their documentation, or apply for and receive an exemption, will be allowed to re-enroll and should follow the University's existing process for doing so. Once the registration hold is lifted, students will be able to enroll in courses themselves, or can seek the assistance of their preceptor or assistant dean. 

If a course in which a student enrolled subsequently fills, the student can select a different course that fulfils the same requirement, or choose another course that fills another requirement, as they would do now if dropped for another reason.  

If a student has a particular need (i.e., is a graduating senior or needs a particular course that is only offered in certain terms to remain on target for their program), they should reach out to their respective assistant/associate dean for assistance. Faculty are not able to add students above the course cap. 

Compliance with Booster Requirement

The deadline for students to provide proof of having received a COVID-19 booster will be extended to  Wednesday, June 1, 2022 or within two weeks of the date you are eligible. Students who are enrolled in on-campus summer courses, living in Stockton housing, or visiting campus must also meet the June 1 deadline. Vaccinated students who do not provide proof of having received a COVID-19 booster vaccination must continue to abide by the COVID-19 screening process.

Please upload proof of your booster vaccination to the Student Health Portal to confirm that you have received your booster vaccination.

On campus vaccination/booster clinics will be offered at no cost in WQ-103 with dates/times available online.

Please contact Student Health Services at (609) 652-4701 or wellctr@stockton.edu if you have additional questions.  

Screening is required until a proof of booster vaccination is confirmed by Student Health Services. Details about the COVID-19 screening process can be viewed here.  

Please allow time for the screening prior to going to class or other on-campus commitments. The screening process includes randomized COVID-19 testing. If you are randomly selected for testing, you must get tested at the time of selection. You may not come back at another time to fulfill the random testing requirement. 

Failure to comply with the COVID-19 booster and/or screening requirement is a violation of the Campus Conduct Code, which could result in disciplinary action from the University and would impact your ability to start classes and/or reside on campus for the Fall 2022 semester. For additional information, please contact the Office of Student Conduct.

Follow the instructions to submit your vaccination documentation in the Student Health Portal. 

Individuals will only be contacted if there is a problem with their documentation.

Students and employees are encouraged to pursue vaccination opportunities in their home communities. Locations where vaccinations are offered can be found on the NJ Vaccine Appointment Finder site.

No. Any vaccines that have been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration are acceptable.

Many of the University’s clinical partners are updating or have already updated their immunization requirements to include mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. The University’s affiliation agreements with those third-party clinical sites require the University’s compliance with the standards implemented by the respective sites, including immunization requirements. Many clinical facility partners will not permit students to participate in clinical experiences at their facilities without the COVID-19 vaccination and University exemptions will not be honored by those sites.  

Where possible, Stockton will assist students to identify alternative options if external vaccination requirements present a barrier to a student’s participation; however, the University cannot guarantee the availability of alternative or comparable sites. Please note that degree completion may be impacted. Students who are not vaccinated may be delayed in graduating or permanently excluded from clinical due to external clinical site requirements, and therefore, cannot complete the degree program. 

Stockton University follows guidance from the State of New Jersey and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for mask protocols.

  • Masks are no longer required in most indoor spaces on all Stockton campuses for those who are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines. Anyone wishing to wear a mask may continue to do so as we are a mask-friendly institution.
  • Through the end of the Summer 2022 semester, faculty may require masks to be worn in their academic classes, studios, clinicals and labs. Students must respect and comply with such instructions. Faculty can submit an incident report form should they experience a significant challenge with compliance.
  • Employees are not required to wear masks during work meetings or in common work areas. Individuals may request others to wear a mask when meeting. Please be understanding and considerate of such requests.
  • Masks must be worn when visiting Student Health Services.
  • Masks will not be required on Stockton shuttles.
  • KN95 and surgical masks will continue to be available at: Galloway and Atlantic City information desks, Student Health Services, the Richard E. Bjork Library and most division office suites.
  • Building signage will be updated to reflect new recommendations.
  • Everyone should always carry a mask with them for those situations where one is desired or needed.

Students who cannot safely wear a mask for medical reasons can submit an accommodation request to the University’s Learning Access Program. If granted, the student will be given an accommodation letter to provide to the course instructor. 

Employees seeking an ADA accommodation must submit a request to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Direct questions about employee ADA accommodations to Valerie Hayes at 609.652.4695. If granted, the employee will be given an accommodation letter to provide to their supervisor.

Individual requests will be reviewed, assessed, and appropriate accommodations determined. Medical documentation may be required. 

The EEO laws, including the ADA and Rehabilitation Act, continue to apply during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they do not interfere with or prevent employers from following the guidelines and suggestions made by the CDC or state/local public health authorities about steps employers should take regarding COVID-19. Please note, the ADA does not provide a blanket exemption to people with disabilities from complying with legitimate safety requirements necessary for safe operations.

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Cleaning and Sanitizing sign

Stockton follows COVID-19 Safety Protocols per CDC Guidelines, including: 

  • Cleaning and sanitizing non-residential facilities (classrooms, offices, all public and dining areas, athletic facilities, etc.).

  • Refilling hand sanitizer stations in hallways and offices, and providing offices with additional supplies like individual hand sanitizers, wipes and plexiglass (if necessary). 

  • Supplying wipes in classrooms, computer labs and meeting spaces. 

  • Providing disposable masks in public spaces.

  • Offering testing (including nearby testing locations).

  • Maintaining contact tracing.

Stockton’s maintenance and custodial staff will clean and disinfect campus buildings more frequently to help reduce the spread of germs on commonly touched surfaces like door handles, sink faucets, handrails, computer stations, etc.

Our dedicated employees can’t do it alone. We must all do our part by using disinfecting wipes (provided by Stockton) to wipe down common areas to minimize surface transmission of bacteria and germs.

The University has touch-free hand-sanitizer units and waste receptables throughout our campus locations. 


All University Contractors and Vendors that provide services at the University (including Chartwells, Follett and Allied Security) must comply with the New Jersey Department of Health public health guidance, and any additional requirements and instructions as directed by the University representative with oversight responsibility for their services. Vendors will ensure their employees follow all necessary organizational, State and University-related COVID-19 safety protocols.

Students. If you are experiencing COVID-related symptoms, please remain in your residence hall (residential students) or do not come to campus (non-residential students). Log into the goStockton Portal, choose the “Student Life” tab, click the red “Stockton COVID-19 Reporting” button, and complete the form. You will be contacted by Student Health Services. Stockton Cares, under the Office of the Dean of Students will assist you in contacting your faculty to make any necessary arrangements if you need to miss classes.

Employees. If you are experiencing COVID-related symptoms, please do not come to campus, log in to the goStockton Portal, choose the “Employee” tab, click the red “Stockton COVID-19 Reporting” button, and complete the form. You will be contacted by the University’s Office of Human Resources. Follow standard procedures to notify your supervisor. 

Vendors. Chartwells, Follett and other vendors will ensure that their employees follow similar safety protocols. Delivery drivers will be discouraged from entering buildings and will be required to wear masks.

Stockton has designated facilities on the Galloway campus (Pomona House) and the Atlantic City campus (Room B-115) for unvaccinated students and employeeswho are required to complete regular COVID-19 screening and testing protocols.  

If a vaccinated individual is interested in on-campus testing, they must first update/decline their online COVID-19 reporting form located in the goStockton Portal. A Stockton representative will then contact the individual and determine if on-campus testing is the appropriate next step. Students may also contact Student Health Services with any questions about testing opportunities.

The State of New Jersey maintains a complete list of statewide testing locations on its COVID-19 information hub website. We encourage anyone seeking a COVID-19 test off-campus to first update/decline their online COVID-19 reporting form located in the goStockton Portal. This step will help the University with medical follow-up and COVID-19 mitigation and clearance efforts.  

All community members are required to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19.   

Members of the University community who have COVID-19 symptoms will be directed to follow current Stockton health and safety procedures, including adherence to all current local, state, and federal (e.g., CDC) protocols and guidelines. Stockton maintains up to date COVID-19 related health and safety procedures, including COVID-19 testing, on its website. 

When any member of the Stockton community becomes ill with COVID-19, Stockton’s COVID-19 response group gathers information regarding close contacts to assess the extent of the exposure. This information will be provided to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health by the University’s Campus Public Safety Office.  

Students. If you are experiencing COVID-related symptoms, please remain in your residence hall (residential students) or do not come to campus (non-residential students). Log in to the goStockton Portal, choose the “Student Life” tab, click the red “Stockton COVID-19 Reporting” button, and complete the form. You will be contacted by Student Health Services. Stockton Cares, under the Office of the Dean of Students. The Office of the Dean of Students will assist you in contacting your faculty to make any necessary arrangements if you need to miss classes. 

Employees. If you are experiencing COVID-related symptoms, please do not come to campus, log onto the Stockton GoPortal, choose the “Employee” tab, click the red “Stockton COVID-19 Reporting” button, and complete the form. You will be contacted by the University’s Office of Human Resources. Follow standard procedures to notify your supervisor. 

Employees and students who are not vaccinated must comply with the screening process outlined here. 

If you are a current student and would like to be seen by a medical professional, please contact Student Health Services in advance of visiting the office: (609) 652-4701(Galloway); (609) 345-6000 (AtlantiCare Urgent Care - Atlantic City) or wellctr@stockton.edu.

When any member of the Stockton community becomes ill with COVID-19, Stockton’s COVID-19 response group gathers information regarding close contacts to assess the extent of the exposure. This information will be provided to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health by the Campus Public Safety Office. 

If a residential student has known or suspected exposure to COVID-19, Residential Life staff, in conjunction with the Vice President of Student Affairs, the Dean of Students and the director of the Wellness Center, will implement a comprehensive isolation protocol for that student. This protocol will include, but will not be limited to, isolation housing (off campus and on campus), dining accommodations, contact tracing, regular monitoring of student’s health (physically, mentally, socially, etc.)

Students who test positive for COVID-19 will be required, in accordance with public health recommendations, to either isolate in their place of primary residence off campus or in Stockton’s Chris Gaupp housing facility, which will be designated as the location for on-campus isolation housing. 

Domestic Travel:  

  • Approved travel may be modified based upon CDC guidance. 

  • All University guidelines must be followed, including Procedure 6412 University TravelPlanned domestic travel must be approved by both the University (first) and Stockton University Foundation, if Foundation funds are to be used for some or all of the trip cost. 

  • International travelers are expected to use refundable options or insurance that provides a refund. Flight insurance is required. Divisional Executives will be required to approve travel plans in advance. In addition, before travelers make any changes to their approved and confirmed tickets, reservations or plans, they should first consult with Travel through Administration & Finance to ensure that they don’t invalidate insurance or other protections. 

  • Domestic or international flights that are not refundable or do not have flight insurance, may not be reimbursed. 

  • The CDC and NJDOH offer webpages dedicated to travel.

  • Vaccines will be required by the University to be eligible for any domestic travel. Students, faculty and staff who are exempt for medical and/or religious reasons will be ineligible for University travel. 

  • Travel may be approved only if COVID safety protocols at the destination are the same or similar to those as an on-campus event. 

  • If approved travelers are required to quarantine for COVID travel advisory reasons after they arrive home, and they followed all University and local guidelines during travel, the University will not require employees to utilize any personal or sick time and instead, temporary workplace modifications will be provided. University Procedure 6913 Worker’s Compensation may also apply.   

  • COVID-related travel expenses may be approved as part of the normal budgetary process .

  • All faculty, staff and students who are approved for domestic travel are required to comply with the COVID-19 health and safety protocols during travel and at the travel destination. 

International Travel:  

  • Approved travel may be modified based upon CDC guidance. 

  • All University guidelines must continue to be followed including Procedure 2008 International Travel 

  • Planned international travel must be fully refundable for approval and must be approved by both the University (first) and Stockton University Foundation, if Foundation funds are to be used for some or all of the trip cost. 

  • Once a travel request is approved by Divisional Executive, the Director of the Office of Global Engagement (OGE) and Senior International Officer (SIO) for the University will work with relevant offices on approval and guidelines specific to international destination(s). This may also include CDC guidance for international travel in addition to the normal criteria used to approve international travel. 

  • All domestic travel procedures/policies listed above also apply to international travel.

  • The CDC and NJDOH offer webpages dedicated to travel.

  • Existing policies, procedures and processes regarding international travel and approval decisions based on State Department risk levels continue to apply with additional reliance on COVID-specific travel information. 

  • Risk Management’s International Travel webpage includes relevant information for approved travelers including the most recent off campus travel emergency guide. 

  • All approved international travelers are required to carry insurance through coordination with the Office of Global Engagement (OGE). 

  • If the University approves international travel for work-related purposes and a traveler is unable to reenter the country due to COVID-19 specific reasons, if they followed all University and local guidelines during travel, the University will bear expenses related to COVID-specific travel requirements or interruptions (e.g., testing, quarantines) consistent with Procedure 6412 until they are allowed reentry into the U.S. This also applies to students traveling on faculty-led programs (FLPs). 

  • All faculty, staff and students who are approved for international travel are required to comply with the COVID-19 health and safety protocols in effect during travel and at the international destination. 

Employee Conference Travel:

  • The University continues to encourage professional development for faculty and staff and wants to balance decisions regarding requests for travel with Stockton's commitment to health and safety. Given the current nature of COVID, faculty and staff who travel to an an optional conference and become ill due to COVID will not be reimbursed for expenses beyond the date of the original approved travel, regardless of how or where they contracted the virus. At this time, we strongly encourage professional development occur virtually whenever possible due to the high transmissibility of the Omicron variant. We will continue to monitor transmission ratse and adjust this temporary procedure modification as conditions change. 

Study Abroad:  

  • The Director of the Office of Global Engagement (OGE) and Senior International Officer (SIO) for the University, will, under the direction of the Office of the Provost, continue to work with students and relevant offices for guidelines specific to individual countries and/or programs for study abroad.

The University will continue monitoring campus-wide health and safety conditions, including possible or confirmed COVID-19 cases in classrooms or residential halls. Decisions regarding potential contingency plans will be the responsibility of the appropriate administrative executives and will be made in accordance with public health guidelines. 

In general, Stockton has three primary courses modalities: in-person, hybrid and online.

All courses have been updated to reflect the expected modality and can be viewed by logging into your GoPortal account.

For reference, Stockton’s entire set of policies and procedures can be found here

Here are three procedures we recommend all students and faculty be familiar with: 

View the Academic Calendar for key dates, including course drop and withdrawal dates.

Stockton has set up a temporary device lending program only for students who do not otherwise have access to a computer off campus. Please direct students to the IT Help Desk for more information (609-652-4309).

Locate free high-speed internet resources.

Students have access to remote virtual desktops available through Amazons App Stream services. This provides students access to specialized University computer lab applications that are unavailable from home, like IBM’s SPSS, Mathworks MATLAB, ESRI’s ArcGIS, and many more. App stream remote desktops can be accessed and fully utilized using a through any modern browser on any device. To get started, visit Stockton.edu/VDI for more information.

Stockton intends to provide robust residential lifeand campus experiences at the Galloway and Atlantic City campuses. Policies for guests and gatherings will be adapted as needed to meet state guidelines.

Guest Procedure: 

Non-residential guests (commuter students, families, friends) are not permitted in the residence halls. Only current residential students are permitted to visit one another in the residence halls. Only fully vaccinated residential students may be an overnight guest. 

Deep Cleaning: 

Common areas and hallways in residential areas, including bathrooms and lounges in Housing 2 and 3, are cleaned five days a week, Monday through Friday. 

On-Campus Isolation and Quarantine Protocols: 

Chris Gaupp Housing will be used for quarantine or isolation. Stockton’s Office of Residential Life reserves the right to use other vacant Stockton residential housing for quarantine or isolation housing. 

Stockton will continue to contact trace residential students per CDC and State of New Jersey guidelines. 

Medical Exemptions:

Students with approved medical exemptions will live in private rooms in apartments or in singles to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Students with approved medical exemptions will be charged the rate of a Housing 1, 4-person shared apartment, or a Housing 2 double. 

Mask Guidelines:

Fully vaccinated students (and those with an approved exemption) are permitted to live together. Residential students who are fully vaccinated or who have an approved exemption do not need to wear masks in their room or apartment as it is considered a household unit. 

Non-residential guests (commuter students, families, friends) are not permitted in the residence halls. Only current residential students are permitted to visit one another in the residence halls. Only fully vaccinated residential students may be an overnight guest. 

All dining options, including the N-Wing cafeteria, the Campus Center food court on the Galloway Campus, Lakeside Lodge, and the Dining Hall inside the John F. Scarpa Academic Center on the Atlantic City campus, will be modified in accordance with public health guidelines. Each location will have updated:
  • Entrance areas
  • Grab-and-go options

Stockton Dining Information

Stockton currently recommends the following guidelines for summer conferences, youth camps, overnight camps, athletic clinics, athletic tournaments, and similar events: 

  • Stockton strongly recommends that all participants, staff, coaches, and any spectators are up to date on their vaccinations before arriving on campus. 
  • Anyone who is sick should stay home. 
  • Wash hands frequently.   
  • Physically distance when possible. 
  • Masking
    • Masks are optional outdoors.
    • Masks are optional indoors for those up to date on their COVID vaccinations.
    • Masks may be required at some indoor locations that provide health-related services.
    • Everyone should carry a mask with them for situations where one is desired or needed.
  • Anyone with COVID-type symptoms should not participate until they have been COVID tested. If the test is negative, the camp organizer can evaluate whether the symptomatic camp participant should obtain medical clearance from a physician. These individuals should also follow guidelines for isolation and quarantine relating to COVID.
  • Organizers/operators of a conference, camp, or similar event may choose to establish their own more restrictive COVID mitigation strategies. 
  • Student clubs and organizations are required to follow all University policies and procedures. 

  • All events held by student organizations must be approved by a Student Development Advisor; this includes in-person, online and hybrid events. 

  • Student groups holding events off campus may be approved only if COVID safety protocols at the off-campus location are the same or similar to those as an on-campus event. 

Visit OspreyHub for the most up to date meeting and event information.

  • Workout facilities and outdoor recreation locations will be open to all current Stockton students and employees as determined under normal University operations. 

  • Athletics and Recreationwill distribute protocols for competitive athletics, as well as requirements and guidelines for intramurals, club sports and pick-up activities.

  • Safety protocols for off-campus events (ex: sporting events at other colleges, etc.):

    • Travel and overnight lodging protocols will follow University protocols.

    • All student athletes and athletic staff must comply with NCAA protocols (currently consistent with Stockton’s protocols). 

Stockton’s D3 athletic teams will compete in accordance with their conference guidelines. Visit https://stocktonathletics.com/ for updates.

The LabFind app is available to locate open computer labs, find the software you need and discover printers on campus.

Stockton's library is open. Currently, no food or drink is permitted within the library. The librarys drop-off box for book and video returns is in the E-F hallway outside the library entrance.

Faculty members with questions about any library service should contact the subject specialist for their program. Questions may be emailed to the library. 

Computer labs are open.

The LabFind app is available to locate open computer labs, find the software you need and discover printers on campus.

Technology assistance is available at (609) 652-4309 or by email at helpdesk@stockton.edu.

Visit the Follett Bookstore website for current store hours.

Students are able to purchase their materials online through the bookstore website. Books can either be shipped to the student’s home (for a fee) or to the bookstore for free.

Transportation protocols: 

  • Masks are optional for those up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Wipes and hand sanitizer will be available. 

  • A deep cleaning procedure in accordance with EPA, OSHA and CDC will be applied to each vehicle daily, when in use. 

The University has consulted with the Atlantic County Division of Public Health and our partner AtlantiCare regarding the subject of ventilation. 

Stockton University facilities are in compliance with applicable building codes and in accordance with ASHRE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, Air-conditioning Engineers), the governing standards in which mechanical systems are operated. 

The University’s operational response to the mechanical systems and building ventilation during the ongoing pandemic is:

  1. Constant maintenance of equipment. Stockton maintains 100 percent heating and cooling in all occupied buildings, meaning, we move air through our systems at all times.
  2. Maintaining constant operations and air flow of the equipment.
  3. Increasing the air exchanges from our standard operations and introducing more “fresh outside air).
  4. Surface cleaning diffuser and supplies more frequently, where needed.
  5. Increase the level of filter systems from a MERV 8 to a MERV 13 (with continued inventory on hand) as well as increase the replacement sequence.

These operations are in compliance with codes and regulations having jurisdiction, and cross referenced with the operational responses of our peer institutions. 

If a faculty member becomes ill or needs to quarantine, they should follow the same process that is already in place for such contingencies and work with their dean to make alternate arrangements to have missed classes covered or develop alternate assignments. The Center for Teaching and Learning Design has resources available to address some of these concerns.

The vaccination requirement depends on an individual’s primary role with the University. Students with part-time jobs on campus will follow the vaccine requirement for students administered through the Wellness Center. Employees who also take classes must follow the vaccine requirement process for employees as outlined in Procedure 6335 – COVID-19 Vaccination Procedure for Mandated Employees.

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