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β€œThe California State University (CSU) is committed to the protection of health and wellness of all students. To comply with this overarching goal, CSU campuses implement procedures to ensure that students are educated about and receive immunizations to prevent potentially serious and contagious diseases.”
(CSU Executive Order 803, supplemental attachment)

 

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Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement

The California State University system announced on Dec. 22, 2021 that all students, faculty and staff in the system will be required to have a COVID-19 primary vaccine series as well as a booster on file to access campus facilities and programs.

SDSU students will not be able to register for classes until they have met the COVID-19 vaccination and booster requirement.

Eligible Population for a Booster Shot

If you have received your primary series less than 2 months ago, you are NOT yet eligible for a booster.  Once you become eligible for the booster, you will be required to get the booster to meet this requirement.

Medical or Religious Exemptions 
The CSU COVID-19 vaccination requirement allows for students, faculty and staff to seek an exemption based on medical or religious grounds.

 

What's Happening

 

 covid-19 Registration Holds

Students who are not compliant with the COVID-19 vaccine and booster requirement will not be able to register for Spring 2023 courses until they have met this requirement.

Incoming students who have not completed this requirement before New Student Orientation will not be able to register during their orientation date.

 

deadline to submit non-covid immunizations

All new spring 2023 students must submit immunizations, other than COVID-19 vaccine and booster requirement, by November 28 to avoid a hold on their Fall 2023 Registration.

 

Take action today and avoid any registration holds. Visit HealtheConnect to upload your immunization records.