For the Spring 2022 semester, the vast majority of CUNY courses will be in-person. Students taking in-person or hybrid courses must be fully vaccinated and must also receive vaccine boosters when they become eligible for them. Upload booster proof to CUNYfirst no later than 10 days before classes begin. Students taking in-person or hybrid courses must have up-to-date vaccination and booster status when classes start, or they will be de-registered.
If your vaccination documents are already approved in CUNYfirst, you do not need to re-submit them. If you are fully vaccinated but have not uploaded proof in CUNYfirst because all of your classes are currently remote, don’t wait! Do it today and you’ll be ready to visit campus or take an in-person class. All students (except those with approved exemptions or exceptions) must be fully vaccinated in order to enter any CUNY facility. Medical and religious exemptions must be submitted 30 days before the start of classes. Students will be able to enroll for in-person/hybrid classes without providing proof of vaccination at the time of enrollment — but will need to be fully vaccinated and their documents approved before the beginning of classes.
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Watch a recording of the Student Forum, which took place on October 5, 2021, for information about the COVID-19 virus and vaccinations, the CUNY vaccine mandate, where to get vaccinated and how to upload the information. Be sure to review the student guidelines and FAQ for more details.
A panel of experts within and beyond LaGuardia addressed the myths surrounding the vaccine as well as the history of tension between Black communities and medical providers. Hear from Dr. Elizabeth Clayborne (MD, MA), Dr. Jasmine Bihm (DrPH, MPH), Prof. Faith Armstrong (RN) and moderator Dr. Jason Hendrickson. Note: Panel took place on April 13, 2021. Some information has since changed (e.g., use of the J&J vaccine has resumed).
Transcripción de video disponible en Espanol.
Presented by Lucía Fuentes, Professor, Department of Natural Sciences at LaGuardia, along with the Wellness Center and Student Affairs. Also, check out these brochures prepared and translated by LaGuardia students, under the supervision of Dr. Lucía Fuentes. (Available in multiple languages.)