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SBU Resident Students Required to Have COVID-19 Vaccine

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Stronger togetherRick Gatteau, vice president for Student Affairs, and Marisa Bisiani, assistant vice president for Student Health, Wellness and Prevention Services, have issued a message to Stony Brook University students regarding the requirement for all resident students to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“From the onset of the pandemic, the safety of our campus community has been our top priority,” the statement read. “In support of Stony Brook University’s commitment to health and safety, we are requiring all resident students to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This health policy update means that, with limited exceptions, all students planning to live on campus as a residential student in the Fall 2021 semester must be fully vaccinated.”

The statement includes information for partially vaccinated students and international students as well as details regarding medical and religious exemptions. It also includes guidelines for students living on campus who are approved for an exemption of the vaccination requirement.

Read the complete message at the Student Affairs website.

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