Vaccine Information

STAC's "resident experts" from Health and Wellness Services and our Biology Department have provided answers to some frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, booster, and sign-up process.

#SpartansShieldSpartans #STACBoosted #GetBoostedForAFriend — let’s continue to keep each other’s health and safety at the forefront. Shields up, Spartans — get vaccinated and boosted!

We strongly recommend that all members of the campus community are up-to-date, including any available boosters, on their COVID-19 vaccines. Consistent with many of our peer colleges, we are committed to working with all members of our campus community to help them achieve up-to-date vaccination status as easily as possible. We will host vaccine clinics on campus, provide free transportation to nearby vaccination sites, and work earnestly to ensure that all members of our community have free, easy access to the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Please submit your most recent COVID vaccination records to www.stac.edu/COVID as soon as possible and whenever you receive any additional doses.

Please note that if you are not up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccines, you will have to quarantine if exposed to COVID-19, which may result in multiple disruptions to your academic year.

Locations to Receive Booster Vaccinations

Testing & Contact Tracing
We will not be providing on-campus testing services starting Fall 2022. If you are directed to test according to your isolation/quarantine guidelines, you will need to either access a testing center (especially if directed to take a PCR test) or use your own supply of rapid antigen tests. The College will have a limited number of antigen test kits on hand for those students who can verify that they have no other access to testing kits.

Members of the campus community are not required to take a COVID test to gain entry to the College for the start of the Fall 2022 semester.

If the College is alerted to a positive case of COVID-19, the Contact Tracing Team will send an email notification to individuals who may have come into contact with the positive individual, which will contain further instructions.

Order a supply of antigen tests: Free Covid-19 antigen Tests

Or visit any of these local testing sites:

City MD
They have locations in the area near STAC and probably some closer to home as well. For more information on how to find a CityMD near you try this link.

Crystal Run Healthcare
Crystal Run has an impressive urgent care facility, a plethora of doctors to work with, and the ability to coordinate follow-up on-site. See their website at this link.

CVS has minute clinics however depending on the location you may have to call ahead, see if the CVS near you is offering walk-in or call-ahead services at this link.

*STAC does not endorse any of these providers over the other and medical questions should be discussed with your primary health care provider.

Additional Notes:
Need to Update Vaccination Status? Once you have received your vaccine/booster, please upload documentation here.

Confidential Question Form
Vaccines can be a very confusing and stressful topic. If you have any questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, please fill out this form and one of STAC's resident experts will get back to you with answers. (Please note your name will be kept confidential and used for response purposes only.)

STAC “Resident Experts”

Eileen Mastrovito, RN, BS
Health and Wellness Services

Clara Tóth, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology

Bianca Wentzell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology