Self-Disclose Your Vaccination Status
All students, faculty, and staff are required to get a COVID-19 vaccine or file for an exemption on the basis of medical, religious, or personal reasons. To fulfill this requirement, please self-disclose your vaccination status using the web-based tool linked below.
All students, faculty, and staff are required to get a COVID-19 vaccine before the fall 2021 semester. Get your vaccine through the campus clinic or at any other location.
All COVID-19 vaccines are free. For vaccine questions, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment provides a toll-free hotline available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 1-877-COVAXCO (1-877-268-2926).
Individuals who want to apply for a vaccine exemption must self-disclose their status and submit to routine COVID-19 testing during the fall semester. CU Denver's process allows exemptions to anyone who requests one for religious, medical, or personal reasons.
If you submit for a vaccine exemption, you will automatically be routed into a mandatory COVID-19 weekly testing program through Primary Bio. The testing program offers both on- and off-campus locations to conduct saliva or nasal testing (the type of test is dependent on the testing location) free of charge. Please see below for a list of participating testing locations:
If you are part of the routine testing program, you will receive an email from Primary Health each week with the link to schedule your test. You may also schedule your test here. Please see below for important information regarding the testing program:
Additional details, including exact testing locations and available appointment times, will be communicated to you directly through Primary Bio in the coming weeks. Failure to complete weekly testing may result in disciplinary action. For further questions regarding testing or vaccine exemptions, please reach out to the CU Denver Vaccine Verification Team.
Be sure to enter your university email address in all lowercase letters to register.
On and off campus testing locations are available.
Vaccinated individuals may remove their masks indoors when able to maintain 10 feet of social distancing.
Due to the increased transmissibility of the Delta variant, all individuals regardless of vaccination status are required to wear masks while indoors on campus. Vaccinated individuals may remove their masks indoors when able to maintain 10 feet of social distancing. Vaccinated faculty and staff members with private offices with a door may work mask-free when alone. Unvaccinated individuals MUST wear a mask everywhere indoors on campus at all times, including in private offices.