South Bend, Ind., Dec 8, 2021 / 15:01 pm
The University of Notre Dame will require all its students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster in order to attend classes on or off campus, the school announced on Monday, Dec. 6.
Students received an email announcing the policy change on Monday afternoon; the university tweeted the updated policy around the same time.
As an extension of our existing COVID-19 vaccination requirement, the COVID-19 booster is required of all students to minimize our community’s experience with coronavirus.— Notre Dame (@NotreDame) December 6, 2021
An on-campus booster vaccination clinic will take place January 11-14.https://t.co/ArB4DlOdKF pic.twitter.com/zcH3mZe6pC
“All students are required to be fully vaccinated or receive an exemption before arriving on campus for the 2021-22 academic year,” said the school on its “student vaccination requirement” webpage.