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COVID-19 Vaccinations

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Current Chapman Population Who Are Vaccinated

Vaccine data is updated once weekly and is self-reported. Chapman does not require reporting, therefore the data only includes those who have reported being vaccinated.

The “On-Campus” population includes people with current on-campus requests who have met the Safety Training and Weekly Testing requirements to access campus facilities.

Vaccinated Percentage of On-Campus Population: Faculty, Staff and Students estimated during the week ending June 18:

Faculty: 680/691 (98%)

Staff: 700/799 (88%)

Students: 1175/1249 (94%)

TOTAL POPULATION: 93%

Record your vaccination here (currently voluntary) >>

IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to be exempt from weekly testing, vaccinated individuals must fill out the self-reporting form. If this form is not submitted, testing will remain required and campus access will be revoked if testing is not completed.

Learn more about Chapman University’s vaccine guidance, initially released on April 30, 2021.

Chapman staff, faculty and students who have been vaccinated are requested to update their vaccine registration.

At this time, California residents ages 12 and up are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

We encourage you to pursue local vaccination options in Orange County or wherever you live.

Availability Resources in California

In the U.S., each state and county has established its own system for availability and distribution. If you live in California, consult the California Department of Public Health’s My Turn site, or one of the many tools recently developed that helps find appointments across the country, such as https://www.vaccinespotter.org/.

Orange County Offers Vaccines and Transportation by Appointment and Walk-In

  • Vaccines are now available for walk-ins and for those with confirmed appointments.
  • A list of sites and hours of operation can be found at CovidVaccineFacts.com or by calling the OC COVID-19 Hotline at (714) 834-2000.
  • Community members who need a ride to a County of Orange Super POD vaccination site, can schedule through the OC COVID-19 Hotline at (714) 834-2000.

Additional California Resources

Alternatively, as vaccine availability, locations and processes change frequently, we strongly encourage you to review your county’s vaccination plans and seek vaccination in your local area.

For more information on neighboring counties’ COVID-19 vaccination plans, please click on the relevant link below.

Additional Resources

Chapman University urges all members of the Chapman community to register to receive the vaccine. This effort will support recovery from the pandemic, help slow the spread of the virus and help support our return to campus and in-person operations, teaching and learning. Other sources of information that may be helpful include the following:

We urge all community members, regardless of where you are and vaccination status, to follow the CU Staying Healthy guidelines concerning the wearing of masks, frequent hand washing and other precautionary measures to help curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

Will Chapman Offer Vaccines on Campus?

Chapman will likely have its own supply in the fall, allowing additional access to a vaccine through our Student Health Center. As we have more information concerning availability of the vaccine for the Chapman community, we will post it on this website.

Additional Questions?

If you have any hesitation or concerns about taking the vaccine, please consult your physician or feel free to reach out to our Student Health Center for confidential advice or access to additional resources.


FYI

Read about the COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall, presented virtually by The Orange County Register and Chapman University. This town hall featured editors from The Orange County Register, faculty from Chapman and representatives from the Orange County Health Care Agency. A lengthy audience Q&A is included.