New Vaccination Requirements for Fall 2021, visit Coronavirus Updates

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York College Fall 2021 Reopening Plan

Please note that pursuant to the 7-26 decision of The City University of New York, the August 2 effective date has been changed to August 16.

Coronavirus Updates

Vaccination Requirements for Fall 2021

CUNY students attending in-person and hybrid classes for the fall 2021 semester are required to be vaccinated. You must submit your vaccination documentation by August 10, 2021, Information to follow shortly. Requests for an exception or medical exemption from getting vaccinated can be made and CUNY will provide more guidance on this process soon. In order to meet this submission deadline, you must receive the following vaccines by these dates:

Moderna: first dose by July 13

Pfizer: first dose by July 20

Johnson & Johnson: single dose by August 10

All vaccination sites require an ID that verifies your age and N.Y. state residency, with no appointment needed. Use these tools to find a free vaccine site close to you and to check which vaccine(s) they offer:

Please refer to CUNY's Frequently Asked Questions about the Student Vaccination Policy

Faculty or Staff member looking to submit your Vaccination Verification? Visit the CUNYFirst Portal


Faculty and Staff seeking access to campus prior to August 16 should use the request form below
All community members should be wearing masks, practicing healthy hygiene, and maintaining social distancing

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Coronavirus Information

If you have specific concerns about yourself or another member of the community, please contact Ms. Trimboli, the campus coronavirus liaison dtrimboli@york.cuny.edu or Claudio Lindow, campus coronavirus coordinator clindow@york.cuny.edu.

Announcements

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  • July 26, 2021

    An Update from the President: Return to Campus

    The start of the Fall 2021 semester is fast approaching, with one month to go before the first day, August 25. We know that this is a confusing and difficult time for many as we continue to receive information about the pandemic from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), New York State, and CUNY. There is still time for you to do what you can to help prepare for a strong and successful fall semester. How do you do that? Here are a few suggestions

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  • June 8, 2021

    Reopening Information

    Enrollment Management and Student Affairs Reopening Letter

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  • May 3, 2021

    Fall 2021

    In higher education, the month of May holds significant meaning: it is the last month of the Spring semester, a time of graduation for some, and a welcome vacation for others. This year the symbolism is greater: we have completed one of the most challenging academic years in recent history. I thank each and every one of you for the significant role you played throughout this journey. As the Chancellor noted in his February correspondence, we have built a strong foundation of online and hybrid teaching, thanks to our faculty; we have offered remote student and employee services, thanks to dedicated staff; and we continue to provide essential services on campus through the work of frontline employees, who have been on campus since the outbreak a year ago. Like you, we are looking forward to receiving further guidance from CUNY on reopening plans, and we are optimistic that, given current national trends, we can look forward to a greater in-person presence on campus in the coming Fall, always keeping in mind your concerns and ensuring everyone’s health and safety. As the Fall planning evolves, we will remain flexible as the city, state, and national landscapes are changing daily in response to COVID-19 victories and challenges; therefore, I will keep you informed and part of the solution as we move forward as “One York”.

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  • December 14, 2020

    Credit/No Credit is available this fall semester

    The option to convert some or all of your grades to Credit/No Credit is available this fall semester for some courses.

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