COVID-19 VACCINATION CERTIFICATION
All students must have submitted their COVID-19 Student Vaccine Certification form via SSO in order to enroll in Fall 2022 classes.
New Students: Complete the Student Vaccine Certification.
You will be asked to upload documentation of your vaccination, which in most cases will be a PDF or JPG of your completed immunization card. We recommend using a smartphone to obtain this image. This website meets appropriate standards to process, store and transmit personal health information. If necessary, the web form includes functionality to claim a legitimate medical or religious exemption.
If you have selected a legitimate medical or religious exemption, you will be notified about your required participation in a weekly COVID-19 testing program.
More information can be found at our COVID-19 information website
Student Health Services is continuing to administer Pfizer vaccines and boosters during our normal immunization clinic hours. Appointments are preferred and walk-in's are welcome. Students Only. Please use main entrance on Beach Dr.
- Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm | 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
PCR tests offered at The Chart Room (3rd floor of USU Dining, enter from parking lot side); Location is: E6 on this Campus map - at "cafe" and lot E11
- Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
(Times and days are subject to change)
Open to current CSULB Students, faculty & staff.
Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome.
The CSU Immunization Policy requires students to obtain the vaccinations and screening recommended for colleges and universities by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for those diseases that can be passed on to others by respiratory transmission.
At California State University, Long Beach, we believe the health of the individual can affect the health of the entire campus community. We are committed to protecting the health and well-being of our students, the campus community, and beyond to allow students to focus on educational and personal goals.
Immunizations help protect students from acquiring an infectious disease. When a student is immunized, it helps protect other students as well. Immunizations are proven to be safe and effective, and protect against serious illness.