January 26, 2022
We write to remind you that all BC students who plan to be on campus at any point during this semester must obtain a COVID-19 booster vaccination when eligible, and upload a copy of their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to Agora Health Services by Wednesday, February 9, 2022 (if you have not done so already). February 9 is your booster/upload deadline unless:
- you were approved to receive your last Pfizer or Moderna shot after August 9, 2021, and are not yet eligible for a booster by February 9, 2022 (contact University Health Services for approval of your second semester booster timetable), or
- you are within a 90-day window of contracting COVID-19 (obtain your booster and upload between day 10 and 90 following your positive test).
Please note: The only exception to BC’s booster requirement will be for those who previously obtained a University-approved religious or medical COVID-19 vaccination exemption and have not since been fully vaccinated.
Vaccination Record Card Uploading Instructions
Students should upload COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards to the Agora Health Services Portal following the steps below:
Go to “Agora Portal - Other Services - Health Services”
Select the IMMUNIZATION ICON on the Agora Health Services portal. Choose via the drop down menu the COVID-19 vaccination booster icon, and record the vaccination booster date. Click SUBMIT to save;
Take a picture of the vaccination card or document and save it on your computer or phone to upload into the Portal (https://services.bc.edu), found under OTHER SERVICES;
Choose the UPLOAD ICON and upload the picture under the COVID-19 vaccination booster in the drop-down menu (Note: the drop-down menu is below the list of "documents available to upload"). Click SELECT FILE, choose the file that you are uploading, and hit the UPLOAD button.
Note: If you have misplaced your Vaccination Record Card, please contact UHS for assistance, or if you have received your full vaccination and booster within Massachusetts, you may click on https://www.myvaxrecords.mass.gov/ to obtain your personal state vaccine passport.
The University is continuing its on-campus Booster Clinic for BC community members in the Connell Recreation Center. To make an appointment, please sign up via this online vaccination schedule.
For all COVID-19 vaccination/booster questions, students should contact University Health Services at email@example.com.
BC has benefited from the extremely high vaccination rate of 99.3%. Obtaining a booster vaccination is a key component of our efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, and help keep the BC and surrounding communities as healthy as possible. We ask for your continued assistance.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Douglas Comeau
Director, University Health Services and Primary Care Sport Medicine