It is proven that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, and they are widely available in our area. Vaccinated people experience a high degree of protection from the virus, and there is evidence that they are much less likely to transmit
the virus to others. Our ability to maintain a vibrant and engaged campus community is based on most members of our community being up to date on their vaccinations.We will continually monitor the latest guidance and will communicate
with the campus community whenever our own policies are updated. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 Vaccine Policy
Bellarmine University requires all students, faculty and staff to be up to date on their vaccination, unless approved for an exemption. For guidance on whether you are considered up to date on your vaccinations, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/stay-up-to-date.html.
Vaccinations on Campus: We hope to offer vaccination clinics throughout the fall semester. Check back for dates and registration information.
Vaccinations off Campus: A comprehensive list of vaccination sites can be found on the Kentucky Public Health site, the Indiana.gov site and at Vaccines.gov.
This requirement applies to all undergraduates and graduates, both full- and part-time students. Students, faculty and staff may request an exemption from the vaccination requirement, including the booster only, for medical or religious reasons.
Being vaccinated helps protect you, your family and your community.
All students, faculty and staff are required to provide their vaccination status.
Students, if you want to request an exemption from any required immunizations, please download our Exemption Request Form, fill out the form, then upload your form here.
Faculty and Staff, please contact your HR business partner to request an exemption.
The university updated its immunization policy here.
- Faculty and Staff - upload COVID-19 vaccine documentation here
- Students – upload COVID-19 vaccine documentation here
- Until you have received one dose of the J & J or two doses of the Moderna/Pfizer sequence of vaccinations, faculty, staff and students are subject to routine mandatory COVID-19 testing