Florida’s Nova Southeastern University joined a small group of U.S. colleges on April 1, when the private research university announced that it would require all students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus this fall. In a message posted on the university’s website, NSU’s president and CEO, Dr. George Hanbury, wrote that the vaccination requirement “will enable us to return to a ‘partial pre-p andemic’ environment.” But the next day, Go.v. Ron DeSantis scrambled those plans.
‘Vaccine Passport’ Pushback Puts Colleges in a Quandary; Md. Policies Still in the Works
April 21, 2021