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Dear New Students, Parents and Families:

The Office of New Student and Parent Programs staff are excited to welcome you to the SDSU Family! Information for this summer's New Student Orientation is now available. Please click on your category to enter the orientation site.

New students, please check your SDSUid Gmail account for important updates.

We look forward to welcoming you to SDSU. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to New Student and Parent Programs at [email protected].

Stay safe, be healthy and go Aztecs!
New Student and Parent Programs Staff

COVID-19 POLICIES

The California State University system announced on Dec. 22, 2021 that all students, faculty and staff in the system will be required to have a COVID-19 primary vaccine series as well as a booster on file to access campus facilities and programs.

SDSU students will not be able to register for classes until they have met the COVID-19 vaccination and booster requirement.

Medical or Religious Exemptions 

The CSU COVID-19 vaccination requirement allows for students, faculty and staff to seek an exemption based on medical or religious grounds.

Students who receive an approved vaccination exemption will be required to have COVID-19 testing results on file every five days during the spring semester. 

COVID-19 Registration Holds

Students who are not compliant with the COVID-19 vaccine and booster requirement will not be able to register for Fall 2022 courses until they have met this requirement.

Incoming students who have not completed this requirement before New Student Orientation will not be able to register during their orientation date.

Deadline to Submit Non-COVID Immunizations

All new fall 2022 students must submit immunizations, other than COVID-19 vaccine and booster requirement, by August 18 to avoid a hold on their Spring 2023 Registration.

Take action today and avoid any registration holds. Visit HealtheConnect to upload your immunization records. 

As a reminder, any individuals experiencing COVID-19-like symptoms should not come to campus for school, work or events and are also encouraged to get tested regardless of vaccination or booster status or their required testing schedule. It is important to note that as the university continues to monitor the COVID-19 context in our region and on our campus, those not fully vaccinated may be asked to test more frequently.

This information is subject to change based on new and evolving COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations. For more information visit SDSU's Immunizations Requirements page.