How do I submit immunization records to VCU?

How do I submit immunization records to VCU?

  1. Select “VCU Certificate of Immunization Form”, “COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation Form”, or “Influenza Form”.
  2. At the end of the form, click on the “Select File” button to upload a copy of your vaccine record.
  3. After uploading your supporting documentation, press “Submit” to sign the form.

Is VCU health free for students?

Student Health Fee All full-time students, graduate and undergraduate, are required to pay a health fee. The fee is billed to the student account when the student seeks services. VCU students who have been enrolled in the spring and will be enrolled in the fall are eligible to use Student Health in the summer.

Are vaccines required at VCU?

The COVID-19 vaccine and booster (for those who are eligible) are required of all students (except those with religious or health exemptions, and students enrolled in VCU’s entirely online programs).

How do I get a VCUD Covid test?

VCU community members (both on and off-campus) can contact either Student Health Services or Employee Health Services (1-804-MYCOVID or 1-804-692-6843) to be referred for COVID-19 testing at a testing location on-campus. This will be conducted at no cost to students or employees.

Does VCU have health insurance to students?

The College does not provide medical insurance. The National Affordable Care Act requires all citizens to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty. Many students will be eligible for low or no cost insurance. The Health Services office has referrals to help you get coverage.

Can college students get Medicaid in Virginia?

We encourage all college students to get health insurance coverage to prevent an illness or accident from causing a financial burden. Low-income students may be eligible for coverage through Virginia Medicaid. Click on the Medicaid link to learn more.

What immunizations are required for college in Virginia?

School and Day Care Minimum Immunization Requirements

  • Diphtheria, Tetanus, & Pertussis (DTaP, DTP, or Tdap) – A minimum of 4 properly spaced doses.
  • Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY) Vaccine – Effective July 1, 2021, a minimum of 2 doses of MenACWY vaccine.

How long is a person with COVID contagious?

Available data suggest that patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19 remain infectious no longer than 10 days after symptom onset.

Should you test if you were near someone with COVID-19?

If you have previously received a positive COVID-19 PCR test result within the last 90 days and you are identified as a contact of someone with COVID-19 you should not take a PCR test. You should only take a PCR test if you develop any of the main symptoms of COVID-19.

Is VCU switching to canvas?

Welcome to Canvas! Blackboard has been removed from service and VCU is now using Canvas.

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