Vaccination Updates News Archive

COVID Vaccine Booster Dose Clinic
Marshall University and the Cabell Huntington Health Department will be hosting a 2nd Booster Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Friday, April 1, 2022 from 9 a.m.to 3:30 p.m.   The clinic will be set up on the 1st Floor of the Memorial Student Center by the bookstore entrance.  The clinic is open to anyone currently eligible
COVID-19 vaccination registry and reporting third-party test results
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety has two updates for the Marshall University community: Update Vaccine/Booster Status All students and employees who are on campus this semester should take time immediately to update their vaccine status and booster in Marshall’s online Vaccination Registry. The university requires all students and employees to complete and keep
From President Gilbert: What to expect for the spring semester regarding COVID-19
Dear Marshall students, faculty and staff, We had an extraordinarily successful return to “near normal” this fall and I appreciate everything our university community did to help us all stay safe and healthy. As we have finished the fall semester, I wanted to let everyone know what you can expect in the way of COVID-19
Walk-in COVID-19 booster clinics now available on campus
Marshall University, in collaboration with the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, is now providing walk-in clinics for both initial vaccine and vaccine booster doses to all employees and students. Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available. Booster vaccines walk-in clinics will be conducted every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.-3:30  p.m. throughout the semester.  The clinics
COVID-19 booster shots available on campus
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) yesterday announced it has expanded its recommendations for COVID-19 booster shots to include all three vaccines available in the U.S. For individuals who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the following groups are eligible for a booster shot at six months or more after their
Beginning of the Semester Message from President Gilbert
Dear Marshall students, faculty and staff, I am writing today to welcome everyone back for the fall semester, which officially begins next Monday, Aug. 23, and to let you know what to expect at Marshall related to COVID-19. It is wonderful to return to near-normal on campus for the first time in 18 months! This
New mask guidelines effective Aug. 11; fall COVID-19 protocols
Due to the increasing prevalence of cases of COVID-19, including the Delta variant, in our region, Marshall University is revising its masking guidelines. Beginning this Wednesday, Aug. 11, masks are required for everyone in all indoor spaces on university property, regardless of vaccination status. Instructors can choose to teach either while wearing a mask/face shield or
Surveillance testing of unvaccinated employees to start Aug. 9; vaccination clinic set for Aug. 4
As the university gears up for the fall 2021 semester, we are starting random COVID-19 testing of all unvaccinated employees. The required surveillance testing will begin next Monday, Aug. 9, and will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center. Testing will continue throughout the semester. Selected employees will receive
Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Information for Students
Required Return-to-Campus Testing All on-campus students must be tested for COVID-19 immediately upon arriving for the spring semester. Residence hall students received return-to-campus testing information with their move-in instructions from Housing and Residence Life. More information is available on their Spring 2021 Move-In and Semester FAQs website. Non-residence hall students who will be on campus
Update on fall 2021 COVID-19 protocols
Marshall University’s COVID-19 protocols for the fall 2021 semester are still being developed and will be released to the university community as soon as they are finalized. We plan on a return to campus that is near normal in most instances. We are not requiring the vaccine but are strongly encouraging all our students, faculty