Sacramento State students denied campus access have 2 weeks to show proof of vaccination

Thousands of Sacramento State students were not allowed on campus after missing Monday's deadline to provide the university with proof of COVID-19 vaccination. However, since being notified by campus officials, many of them have taken steps to lift their ban. Ed Mills, vice president of Student Affairs, said 87% of students met that deadline. He emailed the remaining 4,306 students to let them know that since they did not show proof of vaccination by Sept. 13, they would not be allowed on campus until they do so. According to Mills, between Monday, when that email was sent out, and Wednesday afternoon, about 2,100 — nearly half — of those originally not certified have since proven they were vaccinated.