COVID-19 Updates and Guidance > FAQs > International students
Yes, DePaul University accepts all vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and will abide by the following guidance:
Yes, but please check that you have valid travel documents (e.g. passport, visa, etc.) and no COVID-19 related travel restrictions apply to you. If you need to apply for an F-1, please see additional information here.If you have questions please consult with your ISS Advisor before making travel plans.
Yes. Individuals do not need to be a U.S. citizen to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago. According to the city of Chicago, “the COVID-19 vaccine is free to everyone, regardless of insurance or immigration status." However, individuals may need to prove city-residency. To review Chicago's list of approved documents to approve residency for the city-supported sites, visit here.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires all air passengers two years of age and over entering the U.S. to present a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 3 calendar days of departure or proof of recovery from the virus within the last 90 days. The CDC has a COVID-19 Information for Travel website with the latest guidance, including testing requirements for international travel and risk levels. Please regularly check the site for the latest updates prior to departure.
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