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COVID-19 Resources/Spring 2022 FAQs

Welcome to SUNY Ulster for the Spring 2022 semester.  Here are FAQs highlights for safe protocols on campus as we support the learning efforts of our students and community.

All SUNY Ulster students attending in person classes on the Stone Ridge, or Kingston Center campus of SUNY Ulster are required to provide proof of vaccination, or obtain a medical or religious exemption from such a requirement.  Students attending on-campus classes who are eligible for a booster dose must receive a booster dose by January 30, 2022, or thirty days from the date that they become eligible.  

PLEASE NOTE: If you are not willing to be vaccinated, you will not be able to register for on-campus classes as now that SUNY Ulster’s vaccination requirement has been implemented and should you be administratively withdrawn, you will not be able to get a refund after SUNY Ulster’s approved 2021-2022 Tuition and Refund period has passed.

In November 2021, the SUNY Ulster Board of Trustees approved policy 4.20 - SUNY Ulster Coronavirus Vaccination Policy.  This policy mandates that all employees are vaccinated by December 23, 2021, or receive a medical or religious exemption from such policy.  

 We look forward to continuing our commitment to providing a safe learning environment for our students, faculty, staff, and community.

What is SUNY Ulster doing to protect the community from COVID-19?

Face masks must be worn when indoors in all public spaces, including classrooms on the Stone Ridge and Kingston Center campus of SUNY Ulster, regardless of vaccination status, unless working alone at one's desk, eating, or drinking. Additionally, employees, students and visitors must complete daily health screenings.

Where is SUNY Ulster's Spring 2022 Campus Operations Plan?

SUNY Ulster's Spring 2022 Campus Plan is located on the College's website.

Proof of vaccination and where do I provide it?

All SUNY Ulster students attending in person classes on the Stone Ridge, or Kingston Center campus of SUNY Ulster are required to provide proof of vaccination, or obtain a medical or religious exemption from such a requirement.  Students attending on-campus classes who are eligible for a booster dose must receive a booster dose by January 30, 2022, or thirty days from the date that they become eligible.  

SUNY requires all students to submit vaccination records through the SUNY Student Vaccination Pass.

Reporting boosters: When you sign into the COVID-19 pool testing app onsite, https://app.clarifi-covid-19.com/ you will be prompted to report your booster date.

Do I need to participate in weekly testing?

All students registered for on campus classes (FF) and (HF) are required to participate in COVID-19 testing upon returning to campus.  The College will also distribute 500 rapid test kits to students enrolled in in-person classes prior to the first week of classes.  Students will be required to report all positive test results to Health Services at Healthservices@sunyulster.edu

In partnership with SUNY Upstate Medical and Quadrant Biosciences, SUNY Ulster offers on-campus pooled COVID-19 testing:

  • Employees and students who have received a medical or religious exemption from COVID-19 vaccination requirements are required to participate in weekly COVID-19 testing.  COVID-19 testing is offered on campus in the Public Safety Office located in the Hasbrouck building on the Stone Ridge Campus and in the main lobby of the Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster. 
  • Vaccinated students will be required to participate in monthly COVID-19 surveillance testing. 
  • Vaccinated employees are encouraged to participate in on-campus COVID-19 testing. 

COVID-19 testing: Pre-register for testing and download the Clarifi app.

Should I attend class/work if I was exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms?

Do not come to campus if you have any COVID- like symptoms, tested positive for COVID-19, were exposed to someone who has tested positive or are quarantined.

What protocols do I need to follow when I arrive on campus?

Daily Health Screenings: All employees, students, and visitors are required to complete a daily health screening that is accessed through the SUNY Ulster Portal.  

Additionally, all students and visitors must report to one of the various check-in locations (Stone Ridge Campus: the Public Safety Office in the HAS building, the Student Life Center, Vanderlyn, Burroughs or the Public Safety Office at the Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster) to obtain a wristband upon completion of the check-in process.


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