- To accommodate increased on-campus instruction and activities for students, the process of confirming compliance with SF State’s implementation of the CSU COVID-19 vaccination/booster policy must be completed in advance of registration for the spring 2022 semester.
- All students, regardless of mode of instruction for spring 2022, are required to upload proof of vaccination/booster, or request an exemption for medical or religious reasons.
- View questions about student vaccination/booster requirements.
Upload your proof of vaccination/booster to MyHealth vaccine verification system. All SF State Faculty and non-represented employees (C-99, E-99, and M-80) are required to upload proof of their booster or request a medical/religious exemption. All other represented employees encouraged to voluntarily do the same.
California residents who have lost or misplaced their COVID-19 vaccination/booster record card may also use an electronic version which can be retrieved from the Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record website.
NEW Vaccine Partnership
SF State is participating in the Biden Administration's COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge, joining hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide to ensure our campus community members are safe and receive access to vaccinations.
To learn more about the challenge, please visit the White House website.
Vaccination is a historically effective medical and public health tool used to eradicate and control infectious diseases in previous pandemics. The COVID-19 vaccination is a critical next step recommended by public health officials to bring us closer to ending the current global pandemic. It is also a key step that you can take to protect yourself and our campus community.
Public Health Resources
We hope that providing the resources below on COVID-19 vaccine safety, effectiveness, eligibility, and access will help keep our campus community informed and best-prepared.
There are currently three safe, effective and free COVID-19 vaccines that have been authorized for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
To learn more about vaccines, their safety and efficacy, please refer to the resources below collected from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).
- SF Gov's COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit
- CDC’s About COVID-19 Vaccines
- CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccinations Data
- CDC”s COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Research
- CDC’s Ensuring COVID-19 Vaccine Safety in the U.S.
- CDC’s Vaccine Effectiveness
- FDA's COVID-19 Vaccines
- How CDC Measures COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness
- WHO’s “Vaccine Explained” Series
- WHO Vaccine Safety Q&A
- WHO’s Vaccine Research and Development
New CDC guidelines have been issued stating that education workers – including student workers – are eligible for approved COVID-19 booster shots.
For more information about booster shots, including locations where they are available in San Francisco, you may visit the City and County of San Francisco’s website.