Report your COVID-19 Vaccination
Campbell will require all students, faculty, and staff to show proof of full vaccination using the University Self-Report form or have tested negative for COVID-19 within 48 hours of returning to campus.
Self-Report Quarantine or Positive COVID Test
Students, faculty, and staff must inform Campbell University if they have been told to quarantine because of exposure to a confirmed positive case, symptoms, or if they have tested positive for COVID-19 to notify the University and their faculty or immediate supervisor of their absence from campus.
Students who are choosing not to be vaccinated and who will have been tested for COVID-19 within 48 hours of their return to campus should submit their negative results.Submit your negative test results
Getting Vaccinated or Tested for COVID-19
Schedule a COVID-19 test or vaccination, contact the Health Center at (910) 893-1560. Visit NCDHHS’s MySpot.nc.gov for information about the vaccine and find additional vaccination sites.
The CDC has recommended booster vaccine shots for adults 18-64 who live and work in communities with higher risk for virus transmission, like colleges and universities. Booster shots are recommended for those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine two or more months ago and those who received Pfizer or Moderna vaccines 6 or more months ago.
Who is Eligible?
All Campbell students, faculty and staff who have been fully vaccinated with the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine are eligible to receive the COVID-19 booster. All graduate and undergraduate students who live on or off-campus are eligible.
Where can I get the booster vaccine?
Visit NCDHHS’s MySpot.nc.gov to find a vaccination site. Booster shots are also available at the Campbell University Health Center Pharmacy. Eligible faculty, staff and students can contact the Health Center Pharmacy at (910) 893-1400 to schedule an appointment to receive the Moderna booster.
Bring Your Vaccination Card
Bring your COVID 19 Vaccination Record Card to your booster shot vaccination appointment. If you did not receive a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, or need a replacement, contact the vaccination site where you got your first shot or your state health department to find out how to get a card.