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COVID-19 Testing & Vaccinations: Employees

CSU Vaccine Policy Requirement

On July 27, 2021, the CSU system announced that all CSU faculty, staff, and students MUST be immunized against the virus that causes COVID-19.

Additionally, the CSU system announced on December 22, 2021, that all CSU faculty, staff, and students must receive a vaccine booster shot in order to be fully immunized against the virus that causes COVID-19.

COVID-19 Campus Testing Information

Employees who are experiencing symptoms or who have been exposed to COVID-19 on or off campus will have access to testing, regardless of their last scheduled surveillance test. Weekly surveillance testing is required for unvaccinated employees who work in Student Wellness and the University Police Department.

All COVID-19 testing on campus will be saliva and/or nasopharyngeal, with results within 12-36 hours. Employees will be required to remain off campus until their test results are confirmed. 

Testing for Symptomatic Individuals at Student Wellness

Employees experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should not go to work. They should seek testing, which is available on campus by appointment at Student Wellness

Testing for Exposed Individuals at Student Wellness

Non-vaccinated employees who have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 are advised to stay home and self-quarantine for 10 days from the date of last exposure. During self-quarantine, individuals are advised to monitor for symptoms. Self-quarantining individuals should seek testing should they develop symptoms. Exposed individuals who do not have symptoms can seek testing on day 5 or later after the last exposure. Testing for individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19 is available on campus by appointment at Student Wellness

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 https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/.

Upload Vaccination Record Instructions

COVID-19 Vaccination Record Upload: Employees must submit their vaccination record for verification online through a third-party vendor, Point and Click Solutions (PNC), that is HIPAA compliant.

Click here for instructions on submitting your vaccine record.

Vaccination Exemptions

To be excused from the vaccine requirement set forth in the CSU’s COVID-19 Vaccination Interim Policy (CSU’s Policy), you must qualify for a medical or religious exemption.

Type of Exemptions

Medical Exemption: due to a medical (including mental health) condition for which an approved vaccine presents a significant risk of a serious adverse reaction. Any medical exemption must be verified by a certified or licensed healthcare professional and submitted to the university

Religious Exemption: due to either (i) a person’s sincerely held religious belief, observance, or practice, which includes any traditionally recognized religion, or (ii) beliefs, observances, or practices which an individual sincerely holds and that occupy a place of importance in that individual’s life, comparable to that of traditionally recognized religions. Anyone seeking a religious exemption must provide a statement to the university that describes the applicable religious or other comparable belief that is the basis for their exemption.

How to Request an Exemption Form

Instructions for submitting exemption documents are included on the respective forms.

Student Employees 

Log into the Titan Health Portal and go to the “Downloadable Forms” link on the left toolbar.

For more detailed instructions use the “How to Upload your COVID-19 Exemption Form” user guide.

State employees (student employees, see above)

State employees requesting an exemption from CSU’s Policy can request an exemption form by emailing hrdiexemptions@fullerton.edu. Include the type of exemption form you are requesting (religious or medical). Please allow 2-3 business days for the appropriate form to be sent to you. 

ASC or ASI employees 

ASC or ASI employees requesting an exemption from CSU’s Policy can request an exemption form by emailing their respect HR departments. Include the type of exemption form you are requesting (religious or medical). Please allow 2-3 business days for the appropriate form to be sent to you.