COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge
The White House and the U.S. Department of Education are inviting colleges and universities across the country to join them in the efforts to end the pandemic by signing up for the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge.
The Challenge: 3 Key Commitments
Colleges participating in the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge have raised their hands and committed to taking three key actions:
Engage every student, faculty, and staff member. Make sure every member of your campus community knows they are eligible for vaccine and has resources to find one.
Organize your college community. Lead the way by identifying champions for vaccine efforts across campus and implementing a plan to get as many members of your college community vaccinated as possible.
Deliver vaccine access for all. Meet your community where it is: bring vaccines on-site, and make it easy for students, staff, and faculty to get vaccinated sites nearby them this summer.
Consortium member colleges and universities have committed to meeting the #COVIDCollegeChallenge:
We are doing this for every student, faculty, and staff member at our #NOVA. @NOVAcommcollege is taking the pledge and committing to action. Get the COVID-19 vaccine. #WeCanDoThis #VaxUpNOVA #COVIDCollegeChallenge https://t.co/JQoFapRlTT pic.twitter.com/G4W1uzFhiU— NOVAcommcollege (@NOVAcommcollege) June 4, 2021
.@GeorgeMasonU is participating in the @whitehouse's #COVIDCollegeChallenge by engaging with the #MasonNation community on the importance of getting vaccinated and providing vaccine access. #WeCanDoThis #Vaccinated #VaccinatedAtMason 💚💛💉 https://t.co/MYkNzqI1hY— George Mason University (@GeorgeMasonU) June 4, 2021