Accredited Institutions Assist with COVID Efforts

March 10, 2021

As the world grapples with COVID, WSCUC would like to take this moment to thank the many institutions – including students, faculty, staff, and alumni – who are working tirelessly to assist with COVID efforts. Not only are many nursing and health science students working at vaccination sites, but institutions are opening their entire campuses to serve as mass vaccination sites for their communities. We want to thank each and every one of you and celebrate your efforts to make the world safer for everyone.

Here is some of what our institutions are doing to help with COVID efforts. Presidents/CEOs and ALOs interested in adding their news items to this list, please send a link to vipsupport [at] wscuc.org.

 

California Northstate University
California Northstate University Opens Up Some COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments in Sac County

California State University, Bakersfield
New Mass Vaccination Site Unveiled at CSU Bakersfield

California State University, Channel Islands
CSUCI Nursing Students Volunteering to Help with COVID-19 Vaccination

California State University, Fresno
On the Frontlines: Nursing Students Assist with Vaccination Efforts

California State University, Long Beach and California State University, Northridge
In a Time of Great Need, Student Nurses Step Up to Get Shots into Arms

California State University, Stanislaus
Stanislaus State’s Nursing Students Join Front Lines of Vaccination Effort

California State University System
Serving California: CSU Establishes COVID Vaccination Sites Across the State

Chaminade University
Nursing Students Part of Hawaii’s COVID Vaccination Efforts

Mount Saint Mary's University
Mount Nurses, Students Vaccinate Against COVID

San Diego State University
San Diego State University to Host County Vaccination Site

Soka University
Orange County's 2nd COVID-19 Vaccination Super Site Opens at Soka University in Aliso Viejo

Touro University California
TUCOP Students Assist with Vaccine Rollout

University of California, San Diego 
UCSD to Open COVID-19 Vaccination Super Station on Campus 

University of California, San Francisco 
UCSF Expands Vaccination Effort in Partnership with City of San Francisco

University of Guam 
Pfizer Vaccinations Offered at the University of Guam

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Nursing Students Prep, to Participate in COVID-19 Mass Vaccination

University of Redlands
University of Redlands and Redlands Community Hospital Partner to Hold COVID Vaccination Clinic

University of Southern California
USC's University Park Campus to Serve as City-run Coronavirus Vaccine Site

West Coast University
WCU Public Health Students Go From Online Learning to Frontline COVID-19 Testing at OC Fairgrounds