Back to Pratt: I am concerned about fraudulent vaccination information being used to fulfill Pratt’s vaccination requirements. What is Pratt doing to prevent this?
Each member of our community has a responsibility to be safe for the whole Institute and no matter the circumstances Pratt is committed to this collective cooperation for the healthiest campus possible. The social contract holds our community members accountable with expectations for individual actions including vaccination.
The social contract for students, faculty, and staff is an extension of Pratt’s Community Standards and violations will be addressed by staff, faculty, RAs, security, and fellow students as usual. Any violations will be adjudicated as are all policy violations, however, it should be noted that violations where one’s actions cause potential harm to another or the community are dealt with more serious consequences/limitations. It is critical that all members of the community think through their decisions regarding the social contract as each decision will not only put others at physical risk, it may have student conduct repercussions.