All students, faculty, and staff are required to self-disclose their vaccination status by Friday, Aug. 27. Please follow the steps below to complete this process:
Click here to enter the COVID-19 vaccine verification system using your university credentials.
Ensure your name and Employee ID number are listed correctly.
Employees who are also students will see both Employee and Student IDs listed.
Select your campus affiliation.
Employees in consolidated units should follow the prompt to select affiliation based on their position.
Select “I want to verify vaccination information.” Enter your vaccine type and dosage date(s).
Find this information on your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or in your immunization record with your medical provider. If you are not 14+ days beyond your final vaccine dose, you will not be able to submit the form. Instead, please wait until the 14-day time period has passed before submitting.
Select “I want to file an exemption.”
Medical, religious, and personal exemptions are accepted.
Click the checkbox next to the attestation statement and hit “Submit” to complete the process.
Be sure to keep your confirmation email for your records and stay updated on campus safety protocols.
All students, faculty, and staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in advance of the fall 2021 semester, though exemptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis in adherence with CU's current vaccination policy. Learn more about CU's vaccine requirement.
All COVID-19 vaccines are free to you, though you may be asked to provide your insurance information if you have health insurance. For vaccine questions, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment provides a toll-free hotline available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 1-877-COVAXCO (1-877-268-2926).
Other things to know about the vaccine:
You may request an exemption to the vaccine requirement by emailing email@example.com. Instructions concerning mandatory routine testing throughout the fall semester will be emailed to you later in July 2021.
CU Denver provides COVID-19 testing to students, faculty, staff, and members of their households through a partnership with COVIDCheck Colorado.
Please note that unvaccinated students and employees, including those who have filed medical or religious exemptions, will be required to comply with mandatory weekly COVID-19 testing. Additionally anyone who has not submitted their vaccine verification form are required to test or fill out their form here. More information to come.
Registration: Use your CU Denver employee/student ID and university email address to register yourself, you must use your university email to schedule your appointment.
(On and off campus locations available)
If you test positive for COVID-19, you must submit a self report. This will allow a team of contact tracers to determine who else might need to be notified to arrange for testing.
CU Denver conducts contact tracing for COVID-19. The purpose is to identify others who are at risk of infection due to their contact with a person who has tested positive, inform them of their potential exposure, and provide quarantine advice and support.In the event of a positive case of COVID-19 on campus, CU Denver contact tracers will reach out to the individual and those who have had close contact with them on campus (while protecting student, faculty, and staff privacy). Denver County Public Health will conduct contact tracing for the person’s off-campus contacts, and Auraria Health Services will also maintain this information for use in campus contact tracing efforts.