Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information

Student Vaccination Certification Process

Per CSU policy, vaccinations and boosters against COVID-19 are required to access campus facilities and participate in in-person learning and activities. 

All students must complete their COVID-19 Vaccination Self-Certification by August 15, 2022.

Students should submit their vaccination and booster status via the Student Center by clicking “Covid 19 Vaccination” in the Student Records menu. 

Using the form, you will indicate whether: 

  • you have been vaccinated or received a booster and upload a picture of your vaccine record
  • you qualify for a medical or religious exemption 
  • you do not plan to access any campus facilities or participate in any in-person courses or activities  

Students who have only received one dose of their primary vaccination series should upload evidence of their single shot here.

Students who have received their primary vaccination series but are not yet booster eligible should complete their self-certification after they receive their second dose. These students will also need to update their self-certification with their booster information once they become eligible.

Students who have received their primary vaccination series and their booster should complete their self-certification and include their booster information.

View frequently asked questions and answers about the vaccine policy.

COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster Self-Certification Student Instructions

**For the best experience, we recommend using a desktop or laptop computer to complete this form.

1. Log Into the Student Center

Visit, login, and click on Student Center. 

2. Open the COVID-19 Vaccination Self-Certification form

Click on “Covid 19 Vaccination” located in the Student Records menu.

 Screenshot showing the Student Center with the Student Records menu and Covid Vaccination selected

The COVID 19 Vaccination Self-Certification page appears.

Screenshot of the Covid 19 Vaccination Self Certification page

3. Complete Section I: Self-Certification of COVID-19 Vaccination Status

You may only check one box in this section indicating you certify:

Additional steps are required for each. If you need to change your selection after submitting, just return to the page and select the updated option. Links on the page provide additional information.

Receipt of Approved Vaccine - Enter Vaccine/Booster Info

Selecting the first option, receipt of an approved vaccine, will open a new section where you can enter your vaccine and booster info. Areas marked with a red asterisk (*) are required. If the vaccine requires two doses (e.g. Moderna), both dates must be completed. Location is optional.

NOTE: Enter the date you received your booster and the manufacturer (required) in this section.

Screenshot showing where to enter booster information in the student center

Medical exemption

Contact the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) for additional information and submittal of exemption documentation.

Religious exemption

Use the Religious Exemption Request form link to provide supporting documentation. The DHR/Title IX office will then contact you regarding the status of your exemption request. 

No campus access

Select this option only if you will not access campus facilities or in-person classes and activities.

4. Complete Section II: Self-Attestation of Accuracy of Information Provided.

This is required. You will not be able to submit without having confirmed this section.

5. Section III – Attachments

Upload Vaccination Record Card

Attach a copy of your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, QR Code from the State of California, letter from a health care provider, etc. 

NOTE: To add your booster, you must "Delete" the existing attachment first and upload new documentation in one of the following formats:

  • Bitmap Image (.BMP)
  • Graphical Interchange Format (.GIF)
  • JPEG Image (.JPG/.JPEG)
  • Portable Graphics Format (.PNG)
  • Portable Document Format (.PDF)

Note: iPhone/iPad users may need to convert their photo file prior to uploading. Many iPhones default to .HEIC photo file types, so you will need to convert to a standard format to upload. A simple way to do this is to open the photo of your vaccine card in the Photos app and take a screenshot. The screenshotted image will be a .JPG file.

Successful upload example:

Screenshot showing the on-screen message when a file is successfully uploaded, which includes the file name

6. Submit

You only need to hit "Submit" once, and don't need to resubmit if you have made no changes. Once submitting, you will receive a message that reads, “Thank you for submitting your COVID-19 Vaccine information.”

Screenshot showing the message once the form is submitted, which says thank you


General questions about the vaccine self-certification process should be directed to in new window).

Contact the Office of Accessible Technology and Services at 530-898-6532 or if you need assistance accessing and completing the form.