BYU Lifts Event Vaccination/Testing Requirement
Effective immediately, BYU is removing the requirement to present proof of full vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test to gain access to large, indoor public events on campus (athletics, some performing arts, conferences and symposiums).
Due to contractual obligations all performances on the BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts Series will still require proof of full vaccination or negative COVID-19 test*.
Masks continue to be required in classes and in any indoor space where physical distancing isn’t maintained, regardless of vaccination status, and individuals experiencing symptoms of illness should not attend campus events.
BYU is closely monitoring COVID-19 conditions on a local and national level and will continue to adjust safety protocols as necessary.
Accepted forms of proof of vaccination
Guests may be required to show a photo ID along with proof of vaccination.
- A CDC-issued vaccination card including the name of the person vaccinated, the type of vaccination provided and the date that the last dose was administered
- A digital photo of a CDC-issued vaccination card stored on a phone or electronic device
- A printed photo of a CDC-issued vaccination card
- An electronic vaccination record via the Docket mobile app
Accepted forms of proof for a negative COVID-19 test
Guests may be required to show a photo ID along with proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
- A digital photo of negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test results. The test must be administered within 72 hours of the event time
- A printed photo of negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test results. The test must be administered within 72 hours of the event time
- At-home COVID-19 tests will not be accepted
- On campus testing is no longer available
*As defined by the CDC, a person is considered fully vaccinated if they can document that at least 14
days have passed since they received the final dose of an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccination. Guests
under the age of 12 will be permitted to enter the venue without showing proof of vaccination or a
negative COVID-19 test.