More Information for Students and Families
Flu Vaccination Compliance
All members of the campus community are expected to be vaccinated against the flu to provide additional protection against the spread of illness this winter. Under the Stay Safe Pledge, all students accessing campus are required to have the flu vaccine prior to the start of the Spring 2022 semester. If you haven’t already done so, please get a flu vaccine at your earliest convenience. Here’s how:
- Students can book an appointment in the Patient Portal to receive their flu shot at the Barnes Center Pharmacy.
- You can also get the flu shot at a doctor’s office, pharmacy or anywhere else in the community offering the vaccine.
The only exceptions to this requirement are for those with religious or medical exemptions.
For individuals who receive the flu vaccine on campus, no further documentation is required. Students who did not receive the vaccine on campus can document their flu vaccine status (or exemption) in the Patient Portal. Faculty and staff who did not receive the vaccine on campus can document their flu vaccine status (or exemption) by logging in to MySlice, clicking on the Employee Resources tile and then the Flu Vaccine Status tile.
For Prospective Students
There is currently no disruption to the Admissions process for our residential and online degree programs. For more information on these programs, visit the relevant Admissions page for the program of your interest.
Virtual Engagement Opportunities and Resources
Students can find ways to connect via online resources like the Wellness Portal for health and well-being options, the Cuse Activities portal for student activities and organization information, and the University Events Calendar for virtual events. Students can also connect to services through the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience, Hendricks Chapel and the Center for Learning and Student Success .