Green: The university does not have a mandatory vaccine policy.
Orange: Individuals must undergo frequent rapid testing if they do not provide the university with proof of vaccination.
Light red: The university has a campus-wide vaccine policy with the alternative option of frequent rapid testing and/or some students are mandated to get the vaccine.
Red: The university has a campus-wide mandatory vaccination policy and has not offered any alternative options
Grey: The university has not provided a sufficient amount of information.
Saskatchewan (2/2 mandatory vaccination policies)
University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan has a campus-wide vaccination policy in place, but states “Individuals who are unable or who are unwilling to get vaccinated will be required to provide regular and frequent negative COVID-19 test results and to submit a daily symptom checklist in order to access our campuses.” The vaccine is mandatory for student-athletes and students living in residence.
University of Regina
The University of Regina has issued a campus-wide vaccine policy, however “Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated, and those who refuse to disclose their vaccine status, will need to regularly complete COVID-19 rapid screening tests and receive negative results.” Students living in residence, student-athletes, and athletic trainers at the University of Regina are mandated to take the vaccine.