If you are actively enrolled in classes, please be aware that there is a University-level COVID-19 vaccination requirement for ALL Rutgers students. All School of Social Work students in the BASW, MSW (Traditional, Blended, and Intensive Weekend), DSW, and PhD programs are required to be vaccinated, even if you are taking all of your classes online.
Upload your Vaccination Documentation
- Students: Enrolled students must upload their vaccination documentation on the Rutgers Student Immunization portal. A NetID and password are required.
- Faculty/staff: Employees may upload vaccination documentation to the faculty/staff COVID-19 Vaccination portal. A NetID and password are required.
The My Campus Pass symptom checker must be used by employees and students each day when traveling to campus or entering a Rutgers building. To access My Campus Pass, log into my.rutgers.edu. Once you log in, the My Campus Pass window will be visible. Click on the “Get My Campus Pass” button, which will take you to the symptom survey for completion. For My Campus Pass Mobile Access use this step-by-step guide to download the Rutgers mobile app and access My Campus Pass through it.
Vaccine Appointments & Information
Rutgers is offering COVID-19 vaccination to students, faculty, staff, and others who have a Rutgers NetID. The Rutgers community may register for an appointment on the Rutgers COVID-19 vaccine portal. Appointments will be available at three campus locations:
Testing Program Dashboard
The dashboard provides the complete results of the SARS-CoV-2 testing performed as part of the university’s strategic testing program.
Community Safety Practices
The health and safety of everyone who comes to Rutgers is a shared responsibility. Follow our community safety practices will help protect you and others.
Faculty & Staff in the News on COVID-19
- Skye Allmang, NJ.com | As we reopen, we must help young people in unstable, low-paying jobs, June 1, 2020
- Sarah McMahon, NJ.com | There’s a price to pay for being afraid of women’s leadership, especially in a pandemic, May 31, 2020
- Charles Chear, Yahoo News | Can a business still be small with 500 employees?, May 12, 2020
- Erica Goldblatt Hyatt, henryallen.org | Podcast: On Questioning Your Own Narrative, May 7, 2020
- V. DuWayne Battle, NJ.com | How do we keep the homeless safe during this crisis?, May 6, 2020
- Cassandra Simmel, The Chronicle of Social Change | Barriers to Child Protection During COVID-19: Considering the Impact on Child Maltreatment, April 22, 2020
- Adam Staats, NJ.com | Coronavirus left some college students without laptops or on campus jobs, so help stepped in, April 19, 2020
- Erica Goldblatt Hyatt, Rutgers Today | Managing COVID-19 During Conception, Pregnancy and After Birth, April 17, 2020
- Emily Greenfield, Thrive Global | Why Giving Back Matters Now More Than Ever, April 16, 2020
- Adrian Gale, Newswise | Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss COVID-19 Deaths in African Americans, Hispanics, April 10, 2020
- Emily Greenfield, NY Times | The Science of Helping Out, April 9, 2020
- Judith McCoyd, NJ.com | NJ coronavirus death toll just surpassed number of residents killed in 9/11 attacks, April 4, 2020
- Michael LaSala, Psychology Today | Comparing COVID-19 and AIDS from a Gay Male Perspective, March 31, 2020
- Patricia Findley, MDLinx | 7 steps to help doctors reduce stress during the COVID-19 outbreak, March 27, 2020
- Patricia Findley, Rutgers Today | Strategies to Help Children Cope With the New Reality Created by COVID-19, March 26, 2020
- Emily Greenfield, Rutgers Today | Promoting Social and Physical Activity in Later Life During Coronavirus, March 25, 2020
- Charles Chear, Aero | Labor Anomalies: The Absence of Small Business Owners in COVID-19 Relief Legislation, March 24, 2020
- Emily Greenfield, NJ.com Op-ed | When the coronavirus quarantines end, will we remember those left alone in the dark?, March 24, 2020
- William Waldman, Reuters | Social Work From a Social Distance: Coronavirus Forces U.S. Child Advocates to Adapt, March 21, 2020
- Emily Greenfield, Jewish Standard | Social distancing- the best worst solution, March 19, 2020