Resources

Latest vaccination information, testing, internal and external resources in regards to COVID-19.

Coronavirus Rapid Antigen Testing

COVID-19 Antigen testing is available for the campus community. No appointment is necessary.  Please download the NAVICA app on your mobile device and complete the registration fields PRIOR to arriving for testing if you would like to receive your test result electronically. Paper forms will be available for you to complete if you do not choose to receive an electronic result.

Check the schedule for testing location and times on the Health Center website here.

COVID-19 Booster Shots

We received notification from the Virginia Department of Health that students at Institutions of Higher Education are eligible for a COVID-19 booster.

Please visit this link in order to schedule a booster appointment. For students on our Emory campus, you can also call the Washington County Health Department to schedule an appointment at 276-676-5604. For students on our Marion campus, you can also call the Smyth County Health Department to schedule an appointment at 276-781-7460.

If you have any difficulty in scheduling an appointment, please reach out directly to Ryan Bowyer rbowyer@ehc.edu. If you need transportation, please reach out directly to Alex Crowson avmcrowson@ehc.edu, at least 48 hours in advance of your scheduled appointment.

Employees Receive Paid Time Off to Receive Vaccine(s)

Emory & Henry College supports our employees wishing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Employees will receive three (3) hours of paid time off to receive the Covid vaccination (if receiving two vaccines you will get a total of 6 hours of paid time off). Non-exempt employees shall record their time off under Regular Hours Worked but must notify their supervisor ahead of time of their vaccine appointment time. Exempt employees should report their 3 or 6 hours of paid time off on their monthly leave report (note: this leave will not be charged against your sick or annual leave). Should an employee have an adverse reaction to receiving the vaccine, they should use their accrued sick leave hours.

Paid Leave for Dependent Children

As the Pfizer vaccine has now been approved for children aged 12 - 16, the College would like to assist our working parents with one hour of paid leave time in order to take their dependent children in this age range to a vaccine clinic in our area.

Employee Vaccination Records

If you have already received the COVID-19 vaccination (two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson & Johnson), please upload a copy of your vaccination card via this link to Human Resources. The only individual who will see this information is Tracy Peery, Director of Human Resources

Student Vaccination Records

As you begin to receive doses of the vaccine (or, in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, your single dose), please fill out the following form. This is a confidential form and your information will only be shared with Student Health Services so that charts in the Student Health Center can be updated.

Virginia’s vaccination website

Schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine in the Mt. Rogers Health District. 

Register here

Find a vaccination site 

Use this locator to find a site near you to schedule your COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccine Finder

Are you COVIDWISE?

Add your phone to the fight with the app.

COVIDWISE Exposure Notifications tools

College Resources

External Resources

Local COVID-19 Testing Information

Visit the Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems website for the most recent information for COVID-19 testing sites. Southwest VA Community Health Systems, 276-496-4433.

  • Ballad Nurse Connect, 833-822-5523
  • Washington County Health Department,  276-676-5604
  • Smyth County Health Department, 276-781-7460