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Titans Return: COVID-19 Recovery

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Temporarily Halted in the US

The CDC and FDA issued a statement on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, following at least six reports of a rare condition that causes blood clots found in patients 18-44. View Statement

Vaccine and Testing Information

Update March 25: On April 1, all California residents will be eligible for the Coronavirus vaccine. On April 15 all residents 16+ will be eligible.

Employee Testing Appointments

CSUF offers confidential testing to all employees by appointment at the Student Health Center.

To schedule testing appointments, please refer to the appointment instructions. Scheduled testing will be available weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:30 am – 4 pm.

If you have any questions regarding scheduled testing, please contact the Student Health Center at (657) 278-2800.

Information on County vaccination and testing resources is available at

Accessing Online COVID Testing Appointment Scheduler

Vaccine Information

  • All vaccination sites require an appointment to enter. No walk-ins are permitted.
  • The Othena app and website are not resourced or supported by CSUF. If you have problems with the site, contact the number of the website or the OCHCA COVID-19 Hotline, which can be found on the OCHCA COVID-19 webpage:
  • If you choose to receive your vaccination through your primary care provider, please follow the instructions on the applicable website for accessing COVID-19 vaccine. 

There are several ways to receive a vaccine:

Everyone is encouraged to register and inquire through all available resources.  

  1. Contact your primary care provider. Most larger health care facilities (UCI, Kaiser, St. Jude, and St. Joseph’s, etc.) are vaccinating their members who fall within released phases/tiers.
  2. Community clinics and retail pharmacies
    • These include but are not limited to:
      • Walgreens
      • CVS
      • RiteAid
      • Alta Med
  3. Go to the California Vaccine scheduling site

Documentation Needed for your Appointment

You will be required to show proof of employment at this stage of vaccine distribution. A CSUF Titan Card alone may not be sufficient; therefore, please bring your employment certification email letter. You also must bring a copy of your most recent pay stub*, and a valid government-issued ID.

* To obtain copies of your pay stub you can go through your employee portal or go to the Cal Employee Connect (CEC) portal. You must register for an account if you have not done so already. View Registration instructions.

An Overview of the Various Vaccinations and their Benefits – Webinar Recording from Dr. Rott at Kaiser Permanente

This webinar was recorded on March 30, 2021 and will be available to view until April 15, 2021.

More Vaccination Information & Resources