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To prevent COVID-19 infection and protect students’ health, the university admits the attendance for absence resulted from getting vaccinated. This is for students who are concerned about the impact of a COVID-19 vaccination on their studies. Accordingly, attendance on the day of vaccination is recognized for those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, only those who have abnormal symptoms such as headache and fever on the following day will be recognized as attendance.
This policy is expected to be of a great help to current students who make the extreme choice of not getting vaccinated because their schedule for vaccination against COVID-19 overlaps with their academic schedule. In particular, if the side effects are severe, those who do not return to their normal physical condition by the next day may not be able to attend many classes for two days. However, according to this excused absence acknowledgment policy, there is no need to submit separate documentary evidence for abnormal symptoms, which reduces the burden on studentsd. For a proof of vaccination, students must contact the department they belong to in advance and prepare the necessary documents.
The reason for admitting attendance is based on the Article 16, Paragraph 1, No. 5,‘Injury or illness, etc. of the student’in the Rules of School. In order to process attendance, students must fill out an excused absence request form at inSTAR within 7 days of vaccination and receive approval after confirming with the department.
reporter Jo Min-seo(firstname.lastname@example.org)
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