Health & Safety

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Marist’s Board of Trustees voted to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all students, faculty, and staff  attending the College in person. Based on guidance from our Medical Advisory Group, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and New York State, Marist is continuing this requirement for 2022-23 academic year. Marist will continue to require members of the Marist community to obtain the full vaccine series and booster for the Fall 2022 semester, to participate in on-campus activities. Additionally, the College will strongly recommend individuals obtain a second booster, once eligible. All members of the Marist community must adhere to this policy by uploading their proof of vaccination and booster dose(s) to the Marist Health Services Patient Portal. Individuals who were previously approved for a medical or religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine requirement will need to renew their exemptions for the upcoming academic year. Please see the COVID-19 vaccine exemption page for additional information.

For the Fall 2022 semester, official documentation for returning students must be uploaded to the patient portal by August 1, 2022.  Incoming freshman and transfer students should submit their COVID-19 vaccine documentation along with the other required health forms by June 30, 2022.  Medical or religious vaccine exemption documentation must be uploaded by August 1, 2022.

  • Upload your COVID-19 vaccine documentation to: marist.medicatconnect.com.
  • If you have already uploaded your information, you can verify its status through the following instructions. Please do not contact Health Services to confirm the status of your upload.

 

If you need help finding a vaccination site:

  • New York: Visit New York State’s vaccination site: am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov to schedule an appointment.
  • All Locations: Utilize Vaccine Finder, a centralized, searchable database, to track vaccine availability in pharmacies, health care providers, and municipalities across the United States.
  • If you have questions about Marist’s vaccine requirement, please review our extensive FAQ page for more information.

Students who fail to comply with this policy will not be permitted to attend in-person classes at Marist during the 2022-23 academic year.

Questions? Check out our FAQs page.