As a condition of employment, Carnegie Mellon University requires all staff and faculty working in the United States to provide proof of their vaccination against COVID-19, including a booster when eligible, or have an approved exemption. Read more
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As a condition of employment, Carnegie Mellon University requires all staff and faculty working in the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster when eligible. Prior to commencement of employment, new hires must provide proof of their vaccination or have an approved exemption.
New employees requesting a medical exemption [pdf] or a religious or strong moral or ethical conviction exemption [pdf] from the vaccine must complete and submit an exemption request form for review and approval. To receive the appropriate exemption request form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Employees with approved exemptions will be required to comply with all applicable COVID-19 mitigation requirements including use of facial coverings, Daily Self-Assessment and Weekly Tartan Testing.