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Important COVID-19 Information for SU Students

Dear SU Students,

As Salisbury University continues its COVID-19 precautions, please note the following:

  • Registration is open for three COVID-19 vaccination and booster clinics on campus next week on the second floor of Blackwell Hall:
  • KN95, N95 or KF94 face masks are required in all classrooms and instructional settings and encouraged in all other areas of campus during the semester. 
  • All members of the SU community (including those at satellite campuses) are required to remain up to date with their vaccines, according to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including getting the booster when eligible.
    • To schedule an off-campus vaccine or booster appointment, or to access a booster calculator, visit: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine#BoosterEligibility
    • Students who do not get the booster when eligible and do not have an approved exemption, will lose access to campus beginning Friday, February 4.
    • Until February 4, students who are eligible for a COVID-19 booster but have not received it are required to test twice weekly to maintain campus access.
    • All students must upload their COVID-19 vaccination and booster information using the SU COVID-19 Vaccination Portal prior to the start of the spring semester.
  • All students are encouraged to log into GullNet to check clearance status prior to arriving to campus.
  • Providing or submitting a fake vaccine card is a violation of the SU Code of Community Standards.
  • Salisbury University is required to report all vaccinations conducted on campus to the Maryland Department of Health. SU securely stores vaccine information through electronic medical records based on consents signed in the fall. Please email Campus Health you would like to opt out of the system.   

Please review Friday's COVID-19 communication for additional information.

Please stay safe, and thank you for continuing to do your part to #ProtectTheFlock.

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