Covid-19 Vaccine Verification
Trinity Washington University requires all students, faculty, and staff to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to being on campus. See https://discover.trinitydc.edu/news/important-covid-19-vaccine-update/ for additional details.
Effective January 1, 2022: ALL TRINITY STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND VENDOR PARTNER PERSONNEL who plan to be on campus in the Spring 2022 semester must provide proof of full vaccination, including booster shots. Your booster should come six months after your initial series of the vaccine. Boosters are free and available at all area pharmacies. If you are within the six-month window of your original vaccinations and, hence, have to wait to get your booster shot, please let us know your status and when you will be eligible to get the booster shot. Use the same links as for your vaccination status:
• Students: use this form on our website (same form as you have used previously, upload a new copy of your vaccination card or a note about the date when you can get your booster shot)
• Personnel: upload a photo of your vaccine card or a note about your booster date to Tracey Prince Ross in HR princeTR@trinitydc.edu
If you have a previously approved religious or medical exemption you do not need to re-apply for the exemption. Even if you have a current exemption, we urge you to consider getting the vaccine, it not only protects you from serious illness, it also protects our community. If you already have received your first vaccines you may NOT receive an exemption for the booster shots, you need to get boosted.
If you have not provided proof of vaccination and have not been exempted, you need to comply with this policy before the start of the Spring 2022 semester. We will be contacting you about your compliance status.
All Fall 2021 students must provide proof of full vaccination by August 13, 2021.
All Spring 2022 students must provide proof of full vaccination by January 15, 2022.
See more information at: https://discover.trinitydc.edu/news/important-covid-19-vaccine-update