Vaccinations

UPDATE (April 6): In collaboration with the Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD), Wittenberg will run an on-campus vaccination clinic for students on Thursday, April 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the University’s Health, Wellness, and Athletics Complex. Students will receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, which requires a second dose. We strongly encourage all students in our community to take advantage of this opportunity.

UPDATE (March 22): Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced an earlier-than-expected expansion to vaccine eligibility. Ohio's 1,300 vaccine providers are now permitted to distribute doses of the vaccines to individuals 16 and older if a county's supply allow it.

Vaccine Q&A With Dr. David Hopper '63

COVID-19 vaccinations for residents in our area are managed by Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD), in accordance with guidance and leadership provided by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The COVID-19 Response Team (CRT) receives weekly updates state and local vaccination plan operations and eligibility.

How to let us know you've received the vaccine

In anticipation of possible questions from our community, we are providing the following answers:

  • Wittenberg University will not mandate vaccines for students or employees in spring of 2021.
  • Wittenberg University employees have the option to share if they have been vaccinated for COVID-19. Should employees choose to do so, please email dsullivan@wittenberg.edu. Click here to learn more about recommendations for getting a vaccine and processes for voluntarily notifying the university.
  • Wittenberg University continues to explore expectations for students to report receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Even if you receive two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, everyone must continue to use all the tools available to us to stop the pandemic. This includes continuing to cover your mouth and nose with a mask, washing hands often, and staying at least 6 feet away from others.
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Myths vs. Facts

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