COVID-19 Vaccination

Page last updated July 27, 2021

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Vaccination Information - All Campus

On Tuesday, July 27, the CSU announced that students, faculty and staff must be vaccinated by September 30 against COVID-19 if they are accessing campus facilities at any university location across the 23 campuses, regardless of FDA approval of the available vaccines approved for emergency use. Auxiliary employees as well as volunteers and other unpaid appointments are also subject to this policy. The CSU’s COVID-19 vaccination policy will allow medical and religious exemptions.

Key dates to be mindful of ahead of the fall semester:

Key Date Vaccination Action Item
August 4, 2021

Vaccination pop up clinic at SJSU Student Health Center through partnership with Santa Clara County.

August 6, 2021

Last day to receive the final dose of the vaccine of any type (Moderna, Pfizer and/or Johnson and Johnson). This date is two weeks prior to the start of the semester.

August 25, 2021

Vaccination pop up clinic at SJSU Student Health Center through partnership with Santa Clara County.

Additional SJSU Student Vaccination Information

Students can submit a self-certification form as well as proof of vaccine status on Student Health Center Online Services/Patient Portal. Medical and religious exemptions can be submitted through the Patient Portal.

SJSU Mask Policy

On Thursday, July 22, SJSU announced that the university now strongly recommends students, faculty and staff who are fully vaccinated wear a mask indoors. This follows Santa Clara County's announcement in which they strongly urged employers to consider implementing COVID-19 policies that require employees to be fully vaccinated as soon as possible.

Individuals who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear a mask indoors at all times, when in a shared vehicle for a university-sponsored activity, conducting field research tasks requiring interactions, and when outdoors and it is not possible to maintain six feet of physical distance from others. 

There are a few exceptions where individuals not fully vaccinated are not required to wear a mask: 1) Alone in a vehicle when conducting a university-sponsored activity; 2) Alone in a private office with the door closed; 3) If the work you are conducting cannot be achieved safely with a mask in place; or 4) If an individual has an approved accommodation. Individuals who are not vaccinated and who do not have a private space indoors to take breaks or eat should do so outside. 

Additional Vaccination Information - All Students

Student Health Center COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements

FAQ - Student Vaccination

External Resources Links

CDC’s Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People

Santa Clara County Public Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination Information