April 28: On-Campus Vaccine Clinic on May 4 and 25
TO: SJU Community
FROM: Zenobia Hargust, M.S., SPHR, Chief Human Resources Officer; Cary Anderson, Ed.D., Vice President for Student Life and Associate Provost
RE: On-Campus Vaccine Clinic on May 4 and 25
DATE: April 28, 2021 at 8:45 A.M.
What You Need To Know:
- Saint Joseph’s is thrilled to offer our students, faculty, staff and contractors the opportunity to be vaccinated on campus.
- Participants must be able to receive both doses on campus: one on May 4 and one on May 25. Both days will offer appointment times from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Sign up for an appointment using this form before 12 noon on May 3.
- Surveillance testing will be canceled for May 4 in order to facilitate the vaccine clinic.
- The University highly encourages obtaining the vaccine.
- If you have already been fully vaccinated, please fill out the University’s voluntary vaccination disclosure form.
Encouragingly, vaccine availability continues to expand. As such, Saint Joseph’s is thrilled to be able to offer an on-campus vaccine clinic for our students, faculty, staff and contractors in the Athletic Center adjacent to Hagan Arena. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered by Rite Aid on May 4 with a second dose delivered on May 25. If you were partially vaccinated at another clinic, keep your second dose appointment and do not sign up for the on-campus clinic.
- Be a member of the student body, faculty, staff or a contractor. If additional doses are available, we may open registration to family members.
- Bring government-issued identification that includes a photo, date of birth and ID number. Examples are driver’s license, state ID or passport. Note your Hawk card does not meet this requirement.
- If you have medical insurance, bring your card. However, those without insurance are also eligible.
- Review and fill out necessary forms: Vaccine Information; Screening and Consent
- Register through this link.
- Attend an appointment on both days to ensure full vaccination and strongest protection against COVID-19.
After you are fully vaccinated, fill out the University’s voluntary vaccination disclosure form. The CDC has a unique set of recommendations for vaccinated individuals. Therefore, the vaccination rate in our community could inform the protocols put in place for the fall semester.
Remember that the University highly encourages all members of the community to get vaccinated for COVID-19. If you are not able to attend the on-campus clinic, there are many ways to obtain a vaccine.
As always, thank you for doing your part to keep Hawk Hill as safe as possible.