COVID-19 Vaccine Policy

Spring 2023

What you need to know

  1. The SUNY Student COVID-19 Vaccine Policy (the “Policy”) remains in effect and requires all students who will have a physical presence on campus to provide evidence of, at minimum, the initial course of COVID vaccinations. Pursuant to the Policy, students are considered fully vaccinated for the initial course of vaccination: (1) two weeks after receiving the second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series or (2) two weeks after receiving a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
  2. Proof of vaccination is required BEFORE a student arrives on campus.
  3. Medical and religious exemptions are available on a very limited basis and are required BEFORE January 20, 2023.
  4. Students who are taking ONLY fully remote/online classes may be exempt from the Policy if they are not regularly on campus (more than once per week).
  5. Students who are not compliant with the above Policy will be withdrawn from all of their on-campus classes.

Sign up for your Health Portal (you will need your College ID Number) and upload proof of COVID-19 vaccine and other required vaccines by visiting the Health Portal.

Email the Health Center with questions at healthcenter@tompkinscortland.edu.

Call the Health Center with questions at 607.844.8222, ext. 4487.

More information

  1. Rapid antigen tests are available in the Health Center (Room 118A). If you are feeling sick, stay home if you can, wear a mask around others, and take a COVID-19 test. If you test positive, isolate for five (5) days and wear a mask for the following five (5) days.
  2. Boosters are encouraged but not required.
  3. If you test positive, report your positive result to the COVID-19 Campus Team at reportcovid19@tompkinscortland.edu and isolate immediately. Residence Hall students can isolate in their individual bedrooms. DO NOT come to campus for five (5) days. Email your instructors and stay up on your work.
  4. Email reportcovid19@tompkinscortland.edu (listed in Outlook as “COVID19 Reports”) for any of the following reasons:
    1. If a student self-reports to you that they are positive or in isolation
    2. If a student reports to you that they think another student is positive or in isolation
    3. If you wish to report a concern that someone is not following College COVID-19 protocols

Complete SUNY COVID-19 Policy

COVID Vaccine Upload Information (pdf) STUDENTS ONLY
Medical Exemption request
Religious Exemption request