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Student Proof of Vaccination

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Student Proof of Vaccination

To protect the health and safety of students and other members of our campus community by preventing the transmission of COVID-19, all St. Cloud State University (SCSU) students living in university residence halls, participating in athletics, and/or participating in selected university activities must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Students who are not vaccinated or do not wish to attest to their vaccination must undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing.



What are the requirements of the student COVID-19 proof of vaccination and testing guidelines for students living in university residence halls, participating in athletics, and/or participating in selected university activities?

How will students provide proof they are fully vaccinated or decline to certify that they are vaccinated?

Will students need to submit attestation of vaccination or proof of testing to multiple offices if they live in university residence halls, participate in athletics, a student employee, and/or participate in selected university activities?

What if a student receives a positive COVID-19 test result?



What vaccinations are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO)?

What is considered “fully vaccinated”?

What documentation can support an attestation of vaccination?

Do students who are fully vaccinated need to participate in COVID-19 testing?

How can I get a COVID-19 vaccination?

If a student gets vaccinated for COVID-19, can they stop testing?


What day do students test and what is the deadline for submitting test results?

What are the options for weekly testing?

Do students need to use a specific type of COVID-19 test?

Does the COVID-19 proof of vaccination and testing approach change Minnesota State’s policies on masking or other COVID-19 mitigation strategies?

Are students required to submit test results during campus break periods, such as Spring Break?



Can students request an exemption from the proof of vaccination or testing requirement based on ADA or religious reasons?

Can students request the cancellation of their residence hall contracts as a result of these guidelines?



Will student attestation information be confidential?

Who will have access to student vaccination status and testing information?



What are the consequences for students who do not attest to COVID-19 vaccination or undergo regular testing?







This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19.



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