Share these VaxForward resources on campus to encourage students, faculty, and staff to get vaccinated.
We'll be updating this page with new resources over the next few months, so be sure to check back often!
Social media posts and graphics
Send a strong message with social media posts and graphics for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Facebook and Twitter graphics
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to protect yourself, your family, and your campus community. Find out where you can get vaccinated: [link] #VaxForward
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? Don't be afraid to ask! The campus health center can help you make an informed decision. Learn more from our health center staff: [link to health center page]
Let's be honest — last year wasn't the college experience you worked so hard for. If everyone gets a COVID-19 vaccine, we can #VaxForward to a better school year. Learn where toget vaccinated: [link]
The COVID-19 vaccines are very effective. Vaccinated people are much less likely to get sick from COVID-19 — and also less likely to spread it to other people. Find out where you can get vaccinated: [link] #VaxForward
People of many different races and ethnicities participated in clinical trials to make sure the COVID-19 vaccines are safe — and that they work. So let's all #VaxForward — find a vaccine near you: [link]
Remember, it's not just about you. Getting COVID-19 can be very dangerous for people with disabilities and health problems. So do your part to protect others — find a vaccine near you: [link] #VaxForward
COVID-19 can affect anyone. Many young people have died or developed serious health problems because of COVID-19. Find out where you can get vaccinated: [link] #VaxForward
Use these eye-catching posters to display in the student union, residence halls, academic buildings, or other common areas.
Sample web and radio content
Find ready-to-use content for reaching students, faculty, and staff online.
Campus news article
You can use this article to promote COVID-19 vaccination through your school’s newspaper, email lists, or campus websites. This article is about 200 words, and there’s room for you to add some details (like a quote about COVID-19 vaccination and contact information for your campus health center).
Get a COVID-19 Vaccine to Help Protect Our Campus Community
A message from [your department — e.g., campus health center, student life]
During the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping the [campus name] community healthy and safe is our top priority. This semester, we’re [choose the language that works best for your campus: encouraging/asking/requiring] all students, faculty, and staff at [campus name] to help us protect our campus community by getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Researchers are learning more about COVID-19 every day, but here’s one thing we know for sure: the COVID-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing people from getting very sick. Fully vaccinated people are less likely to go to the hospital or die from any type of COVID — including variants (new versions of the virus) like Delta.
[Add a quote about COVID-19 vaccination here. For example, you could ask a health center staff member or a well-known member of the campus community to explain why they think everyone should get vaccinated. Or if vaccination isn’t required at your school, ask students to share why they chose to get vaccinated.]
Plus, people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to spread COVID to others. So when you get a COVID-19 vaccine, you’re not just protecting yourself. You’re helping protect our whole campus community, including people who are more likely to get very sick from COVID-19 — like older people, people who are pregnant, and people with certain disabilities or health conditions.
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? Don’t be afraid to ask! Your doctor or the [name of campus health center] can help you make an informed decision. Call [campus health center phone number] or visit [health center website] to make an appointment with the health center today.
Campus radio ad script
You can use this script to promote COVID-19 vaccination on your campus or local radio station.
You’ll need 3 actors (students, faculty, or staff) to read the script. It’s about 40 seconds long — but there’s room for you to add some details, like contact information for your campus health center.
Actor 1: Why are you choosing to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
Actor 2: I vax for my friends.
Actor 3: My roommate.
Actor 2: My favorite professor.
Actor 3: I vax for everyone who keeps our campus running.
Actor 1: Because everyone deserves to feel safe on campus.
Actor 2: And if we all work together, we can help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Actor 3: Let’s vax forward to a better school year. Get a COVID-19 vaccine to help us keep the [campus name] community healthy and safe.
Actor 1: Have questions about getting vaccinated? Talk to your doctor or go to the [name of campus health center]. Call [health center phone number] or visit [health center website] to make an appointment with the health center today.