COVID-19 Vaccination Information

University and Vaccines

Andrews University does recommend that all employees and students seriously consider receiving a vaccination. However, please note that the University is not mandating COVID-19 vaccinations.

Self-Report Vaccination

Andrews University strongly encourages employees and students to self-report receiving a vaccination in an effort to understand the potential impact of vaccinations on campus—which areas may still be at risk and quantities that could be factored into future vaccine options.

Employees and students can self-report their vaccination through this dedicated Banner page.

Vaccine Plans

The State's prioritization of vaccines can be found through Michigan’s Interim Guidance which outlines different phases in which the vaccine will be available. Further State information can be found here.

Andrews University continues to coordinate with the Berrien County Health Department on how the Andrews community may become vaccinated following Michigan’s interim guidance.

At the beginning of the spring 2021 semester, all students/faculty involved in clinical work were invited to be vaccinated as part of the initial phases.

For critical/essential employees, Andrews University has completed the necessary intake form and will follow further directions.

For those who are 65 or older and interested in being placed on the County’s waiting list, please use the BCHD form.


Please review additional information on COVID-19 vaccinations from Spectrum Health Lakeland here and from the Berrien County Health Department here.

To stay informed about BCHD COVID-19 response efforts, vaccination progress and other community updates, you can sign up for the BCHD Newsletter here.

Information about critical infrastructure employees can be found at the federal Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency or through their guidance document.