COVID-19 Vaccines – DePauw University

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DePauw students are required to be up to date with COVID-19 vaccines. The CDC defines someone as up to date with COVID-19 vaccines when they have received all doses in the primary series and all recommended boosters, when eligible. Medical and religious exemptions for all immunizations are permitted. See for more information.
DePauw also requires employees to provide proof of up to date COVID-19 vaccination. As with the required flu vaccine, employees who have a medical or religious reason, or philosophical belief, will be exempt from this requirement but will be required to follow the protocols outlined below.
Submission of Vaccination and Booster Shot Information.
Incoming students should report their vaccine and booster information on their immunization record through Med+Proctor ( due Aug. 1, 2022.
Returning students who have received their vaccine booster should provide a copy of their vaccination booster document here.
Employees should use this form to submit vaccination and booster information.
How to find COVID-19 vaccination locations.
Pharmacies like Walgreens, CVS, Kroger and Target, among others, are now able to administer COVID-19 vaccinations, including booster shots. Visit their respective websites for information on how to schedule an appointment.
State of Indiana sponsored vaccination locations can be found by visiting or by calling 2-1-1. For step by step instructions on how to schedule an appointment on, click here.
Who to call if you have questions about getting vaccinated.
DePauw students and employees who utilize the DePauw Health Wellness Clinic are welcome to call DePauw Health at 765-658-4555 to speak with a member of the Hendricks Regional Health staff with general questions about the COVID-19 vaccines or about COVID-19 vaccines and their specific health.
DePauw University
204 E. Seminary
Greencastle, Indiana 46135-0037
Phone (765) 658-4800
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