Overview

To maintain a commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our campus communities, the Southern University System has developed COVID-19 vaccine protocols for the Spring 2022 semester.

For the upcoming semester, all students and employees at Southern University System campuses — Southern University and A&M College, Southern University Law Center, Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Southern University at New Orleans, and Southern University Shreveport  — will be required to comply with our vaccine protocols. For students, this means: providing proof of vaccination, submitting a medical or religious exemption, or submitting a letter of dissent.

For employees, this means: providing proof of vaccination or submitting a medical or religious exemption. For those students and employees with approved exemptions or dissent, regular COVID-19 testing is required to be on campus.

 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES for both students and employees at all campuses:

Friday, December 3, 2021 — deadline to submit an exemption request or letter of dissent (students)

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 — deadline to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination

If students do not comply with these protocols by submitting proof of vaccination, an exemption or dissent, their classes for Spring 2022 will be dropped. However, they will be allowed to go through the registration process again once they do comply with the protocols no later than Friday, January 7, 2022.

Employees who do not submit proof of vaccination or exemption may face disciplinary actions.

All campuses are using Med+Proctor, a current software partner, to upload and verify documents. To access this portal, you must use your SUS credentials (firstname.lastname@sus.edu). If you need assistance with your login credentials, please contact your campus I.T. department.

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