Vaccine and Vaccination Information

Lakers Vax-Up!

Students and employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, unless approved for an exemption or postponement. Vaccines and booster shots are available now from health care providers, pharmacies, and local health departments. Coronavirus - COVID-19 Vaccine ( 

Reporting of Vaccination Status: GVSU is now using Med+Proctor to collect and store proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Please visit COVID-19 Vaccine Reporting and Exemptions - GVSU Health Hub - Grand Valley State University for information about how to upload your proof of vaccination into Med+Proctor. For questions about COVID-19 vaccine reporting and exemptions, please contact [email protected]

Important note: If you have previously uploaded your vaccination card to the self-assessment, that information will be automatically transferred to Med+Proctor. If you previously entered the dates into the self-assessment, but did not upload proof of vaccination, you must upload your vaccination information and card into Med+Proctor.

Med+Proctor is free for all GVSU community members and there is no need to sign up for any additional features. However, it does offer a lifetime enhanced option that costs $10. If you don't want the enhanced service, be sure to click on "To continue without paying." For questions about Med+Proctor, use its online chat site.

If you lost your COVID-19 vaccination record, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has launched the Michigan Immunization Portal. Michiganders ages 18 and older with immunization records posted in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) will be able to locate their own record online and download, save or print this information. Users must create a MILogin account at and upload a valid government issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, state ID or passport. There is no cost to access the portal.

How to get a COVID-19 Vaccine

Booster shots:

CDC information on COVID-19 booster Shots

Vaccine FAQ

Despite being vaccinated, you can still get COVID-19. After being fully vaccinated, you are less likely to have severe symptoms.

We encourage you to visit COVID-19 Vaccines | CDC for the most up-to-date information.

Page last modified October 19, 2022