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COVID-19 Information for Students Division of Student Affairs


About COVID-19 Information for Students

Sacramento State Welcomes Our Students Back

The Hornet Family has made great strides to ensure a safe return to campus. We want to thank you all for the efforts made so far, but we still have some work to do. As vaccination rates increase, you can once again walk amongst the trees, spend time with your friends, and take in-person classes.

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Vaccination Requirements

Sac State now requires students, faculty, and staff to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Check President Nelsen's communication to get more details on this new requirement.

To Make an Appointment

Student Health & Counseling Services currently provides the COVID-19 vaccine at no charge to all students, staff, and faculty. Vaccinations are being given by appointment only, please contact the Student Health Pharmacy at 916-278-6040 for appointment availability.

Students must have an appointment to receive the vaccine. Sac State is administering the Pfizer and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Get the Facts on Vaccines

Protect the hive and do your part to return to a healthy campus.