The Institute for Advanced Study requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for on-campus access
The Institute requires trustees, faculty, staff, members, and all visitors to provide proof of having completed a COVID-19 vaccination before gaining on-campus access to offices, libraries, seminars, meetings, meals and other resources.
The required proof will show that individuals have completed an U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccination, including those authorized for emergency use, in order for on-campus access.
Individuals are eligible to request an accommodation based on a medical exemption or profession of sincerely-held religious belief. Information on the Accommodation Policy for On-Campus Access and related forms can be found here.
Trustees, adult visitors, collaborators, conference attendees, and on-campus seminar attendees will need to provide proof of having completed a COVID-19 vaccination in order to enter the IAS campus. Individuals who do not provide proof can inquire as to hybrid/virtual participation in future activities. For information on how to provide proof, please contact the individual you are visiting on campus or the event organizer.
To report illness or exposure related to Covid-19 please use this link to notify the Covid-19 response team and wait until you hear from them before coming to campus: COVID-19 Reporting Form | Forms (ias.edu)
For more in-depth information about working at IAS and the services available during the reopening, please consult the IAS Return-to-Campus guides.
If you have a special circumstance, please reach out to the Covid-19 Response Team at email@example.com.