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Coronavirus Information for Students Division of Student Affairs

About Coronavirus Information for Students

It's Your Turn... COVID-19 Vaccine!

Sacramento State Students are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the University’s vaccination site. Email invitations to receive vaccinations are being sent to students beginning immediately. Through the invitations, students may sign up for appointments to receive the vaccination on-campus at the University Union walk-up clinic.

Students must have an appointment to receive the vaccine. Sac State is administering the Pfizer vaccine, and more information about it can be found below.

Learn more about the COVID -19 Pfizer Vaccine

NOTE: Students who are interested in being vaccinated but have not yet received an invitation email can let the University know by filling out the short form below.

COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Survey

Students are highly encouraged to get the vaccine now. As the state (and country) continues to re-open, proof of vaccination may be needed for travel, to attend large sporting events or concerts, and to help California move forward.

COVID-19 Testing and Vaccinations

As we continue with our Safety First approach, we will be conducting Covid testing for: our students in the residence halls, student-athletes, campus safety officers (CSOs), and student ambassadors. Testing will be available for students who need to be on campus during the spring semester for face-to-face courses, laboratories, and other academic or work-related needs. Also, Sacramento State will be becoming a COVID-19 vaccine site. We will need to follow the tiers prescribed by the state and Sacramento County Public Health Department. We will provide vaccinations to our Hornet Family as we move through the semester. Our Student Health and Counseling Services will send out more information as it becomes available. View the COVID-19 Testing & Vaccinations Information Page.

Testing Q&A

Vaccinations Q&A