Reminder: Complete the COVID-19 vaccine tracking form

Dec. 8, 2021

Dear SNC faculty, staff and student workers,

As announced on Nov. 22, the college is preparing to implement the new Vaccination, Testing & Face-Covering Policy, a policy informed by OSHA’s emergency temporary standard to protect workers from the spread of COVID-19 on the job. To help with implementation, all faculty, staff and student workers are required to report their vaccination status to Human Resources. The secure and confidential COVID-19 vaccine tracking form should be completed – whether you are fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated or not vaccinated – by Dec. 13.

The information is being collected by Human Resources to help ensure all employees are in compliance with the new policy when it goes into effect. Under the policy, those who choose not to or cannot receive COVID-19 vaccinations will be required to submit weekly COVID-19 test results beginning Jan. 9, 2022. More information about testing requirements will be sent as it becomes available. 

To help you complete the form, please review the following frequently asked questions:

I have received COVID-19 vaccinations, but I do not have my vaccination card.
Contact Health Services at health@snc.edu or 920-403-3266 for help getting vaccination records from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry. 

I have not been vaccinated. Do I need to fill out the tracking form?
Yes. The form includes the following options: “I have not been vaccinated but I plan to be,” “I have not been vaccinated and I do not plan to be” and “I decline to respond.”

I’m having trouble completing the form. Who can I contact?
Email martha.hitchcock@snc.edu or amy.sorenson@snc.edu for assistance.

I already submitted the form, but have since received another dose of the vaccine.
Please submit additional doses via the same tracking form. In the “COVID-19 Vaccine Status” section, select the option that best describes your situation. 

The college appreciates the sacrifices being made and the care that all our employees are taking to ensure the safety of our community, whether that takes the form of being fully vaccinated or of being tested weekly for COVID-19, especially as case activity in our surrounding area remains critically high. At this time, the college is not requiring COVID-19 vaccinations, but continues to encourage vaccination for all individuals who are safely able to do so. Vaccination is the best way to decrease COVID-19 spread in our communities, and it is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from severe reactions to the COVID-19 illness. Additionally, under the new policy, vaccination allows employees to forego weekly testing. 

If you are not yet vaccinated or are looking to get your booster vaccine, several options are available to you:

  • SNC Health Services continues to provide COVID-19 vaccinations on Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m. Call 920-403-3266 or email health@snc.edu for an appointment. 
  • Options for vaccination off campus are also easily available: Visit the State of Wisconsin Health Services website for more information.

More information will be provided regarding the new policy as it becomes available. If you have questions about the college’s COVID-19 response, please email covid19response@snc.edu; emails will be routed to the person or department best able to respond.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we continue to navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.