Providing your vaccine information will help us have a measure of vaccination rates within our campus community and guide how we might adjust our policies to promote a safe working and learning environment.
We prefer a scan or photo of a CDC vaccination record card. If you do not have your card and you were vaccinated at MU Health Care, you can obtain a copy of your vaccination record by completing a records authorization form and submitting it to medical records.
If you need replacement information from a state other than Missouri, you can find information on this CDC website page.
If you received the vaccine outside the United States, we will accept verification documents that:
Include your name, the type of vaccine you received and the date each dose was received.
Show you received a type of vaccine that has been listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization.
No. We only need to see the side of your verification document that includes your name, the type of vaccine you received and the date each dose was received.
No. We only want to know if you are fully vaccinated.
The CDC considers people to be fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, or two weeks after Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. This guideline also applies to COVID-19 vaccines that have been listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization (e.g., AstraZeneca/Oxford).
Check the file type and size of your vaccination verification photo or scan.
Faculty and staff vaccination statuses will be kept confidential and will only be shared with university personnel for the purposes of monitoring public health conditions on campus as well as determining and administering public health precautions against COVID-19.
The university may use faculty and staff vaccination information to manage incentives and/or excuse those who log their status from some precautionary measures.
We recommend students take a new scan or photo of your verification document, log in to myZou, and upload their new image. Students will receive an email confirmation every time they uploaded a document.
Faculty and staff should take a new scan or photo of their verification document and upload the new image via myHR, or follow the specific instructions they receive in your incomplete email.
We do not have a deadline but invite you to submit a full vaccination verification once you are fully vaccinated. Submitting complete vaccination records will allow you to be entered in incentive drawings that will begin in mid-August.
Apart from the benefit of providing us with useful data that may inform our safety requirements on campus, the university is excited to announce that students, faculty and staff who upload information will be entered in drawings to win exciting prizes. Drawings will begin in mid-August for prizes such as tuition discounts for students, dinner with head coaches or free parking for a year.
In addition, if you are fully vaccinated, you may not have to quarantine if you are exposed to COVID-19 and show no symptoms. You’ll also save time since contact tracers will already have your confidential vaccination information on hand.