Rutgers University has announced its intentions to disenroll students who choose not to receive one of the Covid-19 vaccines in a move that is sure to bring multiple lawsuits to the captured university.
It’s amazing that this is still going on in 2023. Why do students put up with it?
The Blaze reports:
Rutgers University to disenroll students who don’t comply with COVID vaccine mandate
Rutgers University has said that it will disenroll students who do not adhere to the school’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the upcoming school year. The policy is set to take effect on August 15, 2023.
However, Rutgers has gone back and forth on its COVID policies over the past two years. The Brownstone Institute reported that on March 25, 2021, Rutgers became the first university in the country to announce it would require students to get the COVID vaccine ahead of the fall 2021 school year. But this policy was instituted only after the school retracted a prior statement earlier that year, which said, “With our stance of human liberties and our history of protecting that, the vaccine is not mandatory.”