COVID-19 Vaccine


Emory University will require all students to be immunized for COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester, with exemptions for those with medical conditions or strong personal objections.

At this time, Emory will not require vaccinations for staff and faculty, but it is strongly recommended that all Emory staff and faculty get vaccinated for COVID-19. We will continue to monitor the prevalence of COVID-19 and the presence of variants and will be prepared to adjust our plans in response to evolving conditions and public health recommendations.

A copy of Policy 8.17 Mandatory Immunization Requirement and Fall 2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Frequently Asked Questions can be found online. For information about vaccine requirements for international students, please visit FAQs for International Student about the COVID-19 Vaccine.

Vaccine Distribution

Registration Process for Faculty and Staff

All faculty and staff may now sign into your Employee Health Portal and complete your COVID-19 vaccination consent. After your vaccination consent is complete, and when appointments are available, you will receive an email from noreplywebchart@med-web.com where a link will be provided to schedule your appointment through Emory Healthcare. 

Please remember that scheduling appointments is subject to vaccine availability.

Registration Process for Students

The form for vaccine-eligible students to consent and schedule a vaccination can now be accessed online. Please remember that scheduling appointments is subject to vaccine availability.

Students can contact studentvaccineschedulinghelp@emory.edu with questions.

Registration Process for Members of the Public

(For Those Who Are Not Current Emory and/or Oxford Faculty, Staff, or Students)
To help friends, family, and members of the general public schedule vaccination through Emory Healthcare, please click here. This is NOT the registration site or process for current Emory and/or Oxford faculty, staff, or students. You do not need to be existing Emory Healthcare patients to schedule vaccination.

Vaccine Documentation

As you move through the vaccination process, you will receive documentation verifying you received the vaccine. Please keep and secure all relevant documentation. Given potential future requirements (i.e. travel, events, etc.), you may need to confirm vaccination status. 

Transportation to Clinic

To access transportation options for students, faculty, and staff to and from the vaccine clinic, please review the FAQs below.

Find Updated Vaccine Information

Biweekly Community Updates

Vaccine FAQs

4.9.21:

To consent to your first dose, click here.

To consent to your second dose, click here.

To consent to your second dose if your first dose was given outside of Emory Healthcare, click here.

4.7.21: If you have been vaccinated outside of the Emory Healthcare system, this is how to report your vaccination:
1. Go to the HR self-service log-in page.
2. Click on workplace health.
3. Click on “EMORY H.O.M.E. PORTAL.”
4. Select the vaccine consents/questionnaires tab.
5. Find the box labeled “COVID-19 Vaccine Outside Documentation.”
6. Click the box to verify your vaccination status outside of Emory Healthcare. (If you received both doses outside of Emory Healthcare, please fill out both Dose 1 and Dose 2 forms.)

3.26.21: The university will provide transportation to and from the Emory Northlake COVID Vaccine Clinic for students, faculty, and staff on the Atlanta and Oxford campuses who need transportation to their appointment (or to volunteer). 

Atlanta

  • Please book your shuttle ride as soon as you have scheduled your vaccination appointment. Shuttle appointments should be made at least 24 hours in advance.
  • Shuttle appointments will be available Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Saturday shuttle appointments will be available on March 27 and April 17, 3:30 p.m.–10:30 p.m.

Schedule your shuttle from Atlanta

Oxford

  • Shuttle appointments to travel to and from Oxford to the Northlake Mall must be made at least 24 hours in advance on the hour or half hour (:00 or :30). One person per reservation.
  • Shuttle service will be available Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., and Saturday 3:30 p.m.–10 p.m.

Schedule your shuttle from Oxford

4.1.21: Emory Healthcare has issued an urgent request for volunteers as they roll out the COVID-19 vaccine. They need clinical and non-clinical volunteers who are current Emory Healthcare or Emory University staff, providers, or students to assist at the Northlake COVID Vaccine Clinic location. Use this link to register to help with this critical initiative.

3.24.21:

For the Atlanta Campus: For any medically related questions concerning vaccine administration or side effects, access our immunization nurse via the patient portal and message the “COVID-19 Vaccine Nurse.” 

For the Oxford Campus
: During business hours, call Oxford Student Health at 
770.784.8376.

For urgent medical concerns and symptoms
 (after hours or during the weekend for both campuses), call 
404.727.7551, and press “0" for further assessment and instructions. Go to the ER, or call 911 for severe symptoms.

3.18.21: Click here for a list of items you need to bring with you to the vaccination site. Click here for a list of addresses, parking, and wayfinding information

3.1.21: Yes. The demand for vaccine continues to be much greater than the supply available within the state. If you can get vaccinated outside of Emory Healthcare, including at a pharmacy or clinic, please do so.

3.1.21: Vaccine availability is subject to change based on supply at the state and federal levels. Please note, however, that all three vaccines are effective and have been through rigorous safety protocols. We encourage you to take whichever vaccine is available to you.

3.1.21: Yes, if you take a vaccine version that recommends receiving two doses, please take both doses of the vaccine as recommended and/or scheduled by your health care provider. The data for how well the vaccines work is based on having the recommended number of doses administered. For Moderna and Pfizer’s vaccines:

  • We don’t know whether the vaccines would work as well (or at all) with a single dose.
  • It is incredibly important that anyone who receives the first dose is committed to complying with the second dose.
  • If administered through Emory Healthcare, they will work with you to schedule both appointments.

3.1.21:

  • Getting a vaccine series does NOT mean one can stop wearing a mask or stop physical distancing practices. No vaccines are 100 percent effective.
  • Everyone should continue to follow masking, physical distancing, and hand hygiene guidelines for the foreseeable future.
  • If you are required by Emory to take a screening test, you must continue to test even if you are fully vaccinated.