Campus Vaccination Requirements
All students must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before participating in activities and courses on campus. Please see the CSULB Immunizations page for details.
Certain exemptions will be accepted for medical or religious reasons. For the specific guideline, please see the CSULB Immunization Exemptions page.
If you have been fully vaccinated by a World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccine, you have met the requirement for vaccination.
If you have been partially vaccinated with one dose of a WHO approved vaccine, then you can get a second dose of a U.S. approved vaccine.
If you have not been vaccinated, you should quarantine until you receive the first dose. After the first dose and a negative COVID-19 test, you can begin attending classes. For questions, please contact Student Health Services.
Please note that even with a negative COVID-19 test, you will be required to be tested again prior to participating on campus. Campus will provide COVID-19 testing.
Where can I get Vaccinated?
- Student Health Services will provide vaccinations to international students. For updated information on how to get vaccinated on campus, please go to the campus Vaccine Clinic webpage.
- Students can also go to other places like the pharmacies, city locations, museums and so forth that are offering vaccines. You can do a local search at the CDC Vaccines webpage.
Housing Vaccination Requirements
Students who want to live in housing must have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine before June 15, 2021. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your quarantine arrangements with them. See the Housing and Residential Life for additional details.
Student Health Services
If you are not feeling well, please go to the CSULB Student Health Services website for help.
The U.S. government posts up-to-date travel warnings about country events that create potential risks and dangers. Check these sites for updated reports on risks of traveling to certain countries at this time: