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  • COVID-19 Vaccine

    Hamline University will require all students and employees to comply with the COVID-19 Vaccine Policy by August 15, 2021. Please refer to the policy but; briefly, this means that prior to this date:

    • Each individual has received two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine; OR
    • An individual has been vaccinated with another vaccine approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO); OR
    • A waiver form has been filed with the Benefits Office (for employees) or Hamline Counseling and Health Services (for students) for a medical exemption or conscientious objection exemption to being vaccinated.

    New and Returning Students: Please see the Counseling and Health Services Immunization page for more information.

    Employees: Please see the Benefits Office webpage for more information.

    Students and employees unable to meet vaccine or exception requirements prior to or on August 15, 2021 may request a temporary extension to the deadline by emailing covid@hamline.edu. Counseling and Health Services will assist each student with their individual circumstances. The benefits office will assist each employee with their individual circumstances. Employees and students will have no longer than 45 days (until September 29, 2021) to meet the policy requirements. During any extension period individuals will be required to wear a mask while on campus and participate in surveillance testing every two weeks at their own expense until considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.


    Vaccination Resources

    Below are resources to help located COVID-19 vaccine:


    COVID-19 Report Form

    Are you sick? Have symptoms of COVID-19? Have you had close contact with someone who has COVID-19? Complete the COVID-19 report form and the COVID-19 response team will reach out within 24 hours and help answer questions, provide guidance on next steps, and more.

    • Students can report here.
    • Faculty and staff can report here


    COVID-19 Testing

    Looking for a COVID-19 testing site? Click here.

    COVID-19 testing is available through community testing sites, local pharmacies and clinics. You can also complete the appropriate COVID report form and a member of the COVID-19 response team will reach out to help you locate a test. 

    Updated 7/15/2021