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  • The university is actively monitoring COVID-19 vaccination availability and guidelines in New York to ensure that members of our campus community have access to vaccinations as soon as possible. For the safety of all, we strongly encourage our community members to get the vaccine as soon as they are eligible. This official website provides the most up-to-date information. Additional information resources are listed below.

    Vaccination availability continues to expand in New York State, and the following groups are eligible to be vaccinated as noted below:

    • As of March 30, people 30 and older who reside, work, or study in New York State

    • Beginning April 6, people 16 and older who reside, work, or study in New York State

    Faculty and Staff

    If you think you are eligible, please complete this New York State form to find a site to be vaccinated, or click here to find New York City vaccination sites. The state has issued some language indicating that individuals seeking vaccination may be asked to prove their eligibility via employee ID card, a letter from their employer, or a pay stub. This will likely vary by vaccination location. You can find more information here.

    Students Living in New York

    As of Tuesday, April 6, people who are 16 or older and currently living or studying in New York State are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. If you think you are eligible, please complete this New York State form to find a site to be vaccinated, or click here to find New York City (NYC) vaccination sites. 

    Students will be required to bring proof of age and current New York residency or school enrollment to their vaccine appointment(s), and you can review acceptable forms of proof of eligibility under the “Vaccination Instructions” section on the New York State website. Students living outside of New York should visit their state or country’s government website for information about vaccine eligibility in their area. 

    Vaccination Locations

    The following websites will help you locate a vaccination site and schedule an appointment:

    Additionally, New York State (NYS) and New York City (NYC) have each launched hotlines which may be used by eligible members of the community to schedule a vaccination appointment:
    NYC: (877) VAX- 4NYC (1-877-829-4692)
    NYS: (833) NYS - 4VAX (1-833-697-4829)

    The university will continue to closely monitor all aspects of the vaccine rollout and provide any links and timely updates to the community.

    We are in the process of creating a way for students, faculty and staff who receive the vaccine to inform us that they have done so in accordance with applicable laws and guidance, and more information about how to do that will follow soon.

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