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College Provides Information to Students and Access to Vaccinations

On April 14 the College, in conjunction with Ballad Health, held a COVID vaccination clinic in the McGlothlin Center for the Arts where 67 individuals were vaccinated.
Posted April 01, 2021

In all about 280 students were vaccinated during spring semester. An education campaign was also held with faculty and staff allowing their testimonials for getting vaccinated to be put on posters, social media and other publicity. A Lyceum event was also prepared by faculty to help students understand the science behind vaccinations.

Susan Stanley, E&H Director of Health Services, talks with a student Susan Stanley, E&H Director of Health Services, talks with a student

WCYB-TV interviewed students and staff WCYB-TV interviewed students and staff

Students are proud of their vaccines Students are proud of their vaccines

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