COVID-19 Vaccination

As of Sept. 7, Brock University’s vaccine mandate takes effect. You will need to be vaccinated to come to campus and you must provide the University with proof of your vaccination status by uploading your documentation below.

Those who meet specific and limited medical or human rights accommodation criteria will be subject to rapid antigen testing and enhanced screening protocols.

Vaccine declaration form

Use the vaccine declaration form to upload your proof of vaccination.

Brock's vaccination requirement

Learn more about Brock’s vaccination requirement and read FAQs.

Our plan for a safe return to campus

A letter from Interim President, Lynn Wells.

Learn how to declare vaccination status

  1. Click here to access the vaccination declaration form
  2. Have your proof of vaccination handy – in Ontario, you can download your vaccination receipt here, or scan or photograph the receipt provided at the time of vaccination.
  3. When asked if you have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, check yes.
  4. Specify the date of your final vaccination.
  5. Upload proof of your final vaccination.
  6. Submit the form.

Note: Those who have only received one dose or who are within two weeks of their second dose will also have to complete twice-weekly antigen screening.

If you are partially vaccinated you will not be able to visit campus unless you have completed the following steps:

  1. Click here to access the vaccination declaration form.
  2. Have your proof of vaccination handy – in Ontario, you can download your vaccination receipt here, or scan or photograph the receipt provided at the time of vaccination.
  3. When asked if you have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, check no.
  4. Check that you are partially vaccinated.
  5. Specify the date of your first vaccination dose.
  6. Upload proof of first vaccination.
  7. Specify date of scheduled final dose.
  8. Submit the form.

Note: Individuals who are granted an accommodation will be required to complete antigen screening twice a week, as well as complete enhanced screening measures when accessing campus. 

  1. Click here to access the vaccination declaration form.
  2. When asked if you have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, check no.
  3. Check  I have not been vaccinated due to medical reasons or other grounds protected by the Ontario Human Rights code, for which I am seeking/have received an approved exemption.
  4. Complete and upload the appropriate form:
  5. Submit form.

If you are not vaccinated and have not received an approved exemption, you are not be permitted on campus. If you have received an approved exemption, you will not be able to visit campus unless you have completed the following steps:

  1. Complete a rapid antigen test twice per week
  2. Complete the screening found on the Brock University COVID-19 app for each day you are visiting
  3. Visit a Health Compliance desk upon arrive on campus

Please ensure you give yourself at least one hour to complete these steps prior to your class or time to report to work.

Brock University is one of several major organizations supporting the deployment of rapid antigen screening to ensure a safe return to campus this fall.

The University is a member of the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) Rapid Screening Consortium, which is a private sector led, not-for-profit initiative formed in August 2020.

Through this partnership, Brock will be offering a mandatory COVID-19 screening program for faculty, students, staff who have received their first vaccination dose by September 1 an are scheduled to receive their second dose by September 28, or who have received an approved exemption on medical or other Human Rights-related grounds. Individuals who have received their first dose and are awaiting their second dose will be required to take part in the Brock University Rapid Antigen Screening Program until they are fully vaccinated (14 days after receiving their second vaccine dose).

Anyone taking part in the program will undergo twice-weekly, at-home COVID-19 rapid antigen screening and results will be provided within 15 minutes of sample collection. Results will be de-identified and uploaded to Health Canada through a dedicated computer or mobile application.