Please submit your vaccine card below:
Students, please follow this link, log in using your USJ credentials, and follow the upload directions located under Important Information on the portal landing page.
USJ Current Reported COVID Cases
** The COVID dashboard is suspended until classes resume in the fall**
This dashboard includes positive cases reported in the last week, Monday through Sunday, from on-campus tests and self-reported off-campus tests. Individuals who test positive follow strict protocols for isolation. Contact tracing is conducted to identify contacts who should quarantine or be tested based on vaccination status. The dashboard is updated every Tuesday.
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MAY 16, 2022 MEMO:
After careful consideration of the current CDC and state guidelines, the University will be suspending the requirement that students obtain a COVID booster. Students who have been vaccinated but who have not received a booster will not currently experience any consequences. We will continue to monitor the COVID situation and may reinstate the booster requirement in the future.
Several points to keep in mind:
- The requirement for students to be vaccinated (two doses of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or one dose of the J&J/Jansen vaccine) or receive an approved exemption remains in place.
- Students are strongly encouraged to receive a COVID booster.
- Students who have commitments at outside locations must comply with COVID-related requirements at the host site.
- CDC recommends that everyone ages five years and older get their primary series of COVID-19 vaccine, and everyone ages 12 years and older also receive a booster. Some people can receive two boosters.
- Summer session students should continue to report positive results to Student Health Services.
Archived COVID Memos
Financial Aid Applicants
You may request a financial aid adjustment due to
changes in your family’s financial circumstances such as
loss or change in employment, death of a parent or
spouse, unreimbursed medical expenses exceeding 10%
of household income, or other similar circumstances.
COVID College Challenge
USJ is proud to be a Vaccine Champion University. Join us in a pledge to combat COVID-19 by getting the vaccine and encouraging others to do the same.
Main COVID-19 vaccine portal: Connecticut COVID-19 Vaccine Portal
Fact Sheets from the Department of Public Health (available in 5 languages)
COVID-19 vaccination distribution data: https://data.ct.gov/stories/s/CoVP-COVID-Vaccine-Distribution-Data/bhcd-4mnv/
General information on support for individuals living with disabilities:https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/Information-For/Individuals-with-Disabilities
USJ U.S. CARES/HEERF Relief Fund Report
The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) is required to provide regular reporting to the U.S. Department of Education (ED) on the use of funds authorized by the CARES Act. Funds received by USJ under the CARES Act were authorized by Congress and signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020. The information in the linked report is intended to meet the reporting requirements of the CARES Act.