Second Vaccine Doses and COVID-19 Testing Available on Campus

John B. Stetson statue wears a mask

John B. Stetson statue wears a face covering

Safer Campus Task Force Update 


  1. Second Doses Available on Campus
  2. Isolation Reminder
  3. On-Campus COVID-19 Testing
  4. Latest Test Results
Student gets a vaccine on campus
A Stetson student gets vaccinated during an on-campus clinic last spring.

Second Doses Available on Campus
Stetson University, in partnership with the Volusia County Department of Health, will be offering second doses of COVID-19 vaccines for those who received their first dose on campus last month. A Pfizer vaccination clinic is scheduled for Sept. 22 in the Rinker Field House, Hollis Center. You will receive an email to remind you of your original appointment time. Please bring your vaccination card and your Stetson ID. First doses may also be available on a first-come, first-serve basis and information will be provided to schedule your second dose off campus.

Vaccination Clinic: 

  • Wednesday, Sept. 22, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (for first doses administered on Aug. 25)

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 prevents severe illness, hospitalizations and death, and reduces transmission. With the Delta variant, this is more urgent than ever. Returning to normal is up to us! Let’s get vaccinated!

Isolation Reminder
Based on Florida Department of Health (DOH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, fully vaccinated individuals do not need to test or quarantine if exposed to someone positive for COVID-19 if no symptoms develop. However, testing is recommended 3-5 days after a potential exposure with mask wearing in all public places for 14 days or until receiving a negative test result.

As COVID-19 conditions and variables continue to develop and protocols evolve, we will attempt to keep you up to date with the most current information. If you test positive, Stetson is working to ensure you have the resources you need. For DeLand resources, visit Healthy Hatters or the Isolation webpage. For the College of Law, students, faculty and staff can visit their resources page on Safer Stetson.

Screenshot from SalivaDirect website with company logo.On-Campus COVID-19 Testing 
SalivaDirect PCR-based testing is free for students, faculty and staff with a Stetson ID and no insurance is required. Testing will be provided every other Tuesday, 8:30-9:30 p.m., and Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., in the CUB Faculty/Staff Lounge. Please make a note of your registered testing date(s) and time(s) as appointment verification is only provided upon registration and via email 24 hours prior to your test(s).

Latest COVID-19 Test Results  

Asymptomatic On-Campus Testing

  • Sept. 2 – 13 PCR tests of student-athletes and Athletics staff, 0 positive, 0% rate
  • Sept. 1 – 198 PCR tests, 4 positive, 2.02% rate
  • Sept. 1 – 58 PCR tests of student-athletes and Athletics staff, 3 positive, 5.17% rate

A full list of Stetson University’s test result statistics is available on our test results page.