These colleges require students to get vaccinated if they want to live on campus

Many colleges already require students to provide proof of certain vaccines, but those have been in use for years. The three FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines are all less than a year old.

But now that vaccines are open in many places to people age 16 그리고 위로, colleges are beginning to look into how that can benefit their reopening plans.

CORONAVIRUS SURVIVORS MIGHT EXPERIENCE MORE INTENSE COVID-19 VACCINE SIDE EFFECTS, 전문가의 말

Colleges that will require proof of vaccination for students who want to live on campus include Oakland University in Michigan, Cornell University in upstate New York, Rutgers University in New Jersey, and Brown University in Rhode Island.

Colleges that will require proof of vaccination for students who want to live on campus include Oakland University in Michigan.

Colleges that will require proof of vaccination for students who want to live on campus include Oakland University in Michigan. (iStock)

Students have an option to come to Oakland University and not stay in residence halls,” Oakland President Dr. Ora Pescovitz told 여우 2 디트로이트 이번 주. “뿐 20% of our students live on campus. 다른 80% are commuter students.

The school is offering religious and medical exemptions to students who provide proof to the dean of students.

Leanne Montenegro, 21, covers her eyes as she doesn't like the sight of needles, while she receives the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a FEMA vaccination center at Miami Dade College, 월요일, 4 월 5, 2021, 마이애미. (AP 사진 / Lynne Sladky)

Leanne Montenegro, 21, covers her eyes as she doesn’t like the sight of needles, while she receives the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a FEMA vaccination center at Miami Dade College, 월요일, 4 월 5, 2021, 마이애미. (AP 사진 / Lynne Sladky)

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