Boston College COVID-19 Booster Mandate



This “vaccine” is garbage. It doesn’t stop transmission and is all risk no upside for anyone under age 50.

Leigh Aberbach (Wynnewood, 2022-01-10)


Masters of Education 1996
I support Natural Immunity

Carla Morilla-Kehoe (Granite Bay, 2022-01-10)


I believe that each person has the right to determine which medical treatments are appropriate for him. There is scientific research supporting the possible health risks of the COVID "vaccine" which are increased by administration of the booster. I do not want my child forced into a possible life- threatening decision for a "vaccine" which apparently does not prevent the COVID virus.

Pamela Rajkowski (North Haledon, 2022-01-10)


Vaccine should be optional, not mandatory. Please follow the science and allow students the ability to choose what is best for them.
Concerned parent of a current BC Student

Deb Strachan (Mooresville, 2022-01-10)


Booster isn't helpful for this cohort.

Barbara Paul (Brielle, 2022-01-11)


Parent of BC alum

Mary Lawrence (Morrisville , 2022-01-11)


As a student at BC I believe each person should be able to choose whether or not they get the booster. It shouldnt be required

Spencer Witter (West Hartford, 2022-01-11)


I oppose unilateral vaccine mandates. I am a parent

George Witter (West Hartford, 2022-01-11)


BC parent

Lisa Backman (Pomona, 2022-01-11)


BC Parent and MCAS Alumni 90'

Andrew Backman (Mahwah New Jersey, 2022-01-11)


I am the father of a Boston College graduate ('19). Almost all students at BC are vaccinated yet many are contracting omicron. Obviously the vaccine is not effective against omicron, yet BC is requiring a booster? Why? This is silly and does not present the leadership of Boston College well. Please rescind this nonsensical order.

John Gilmore (Long Beach, 2022-01-11)


I’m supporting the students of my alma mater and their personal rights for freedom over what they put in or DON’T put in their bodies.

Daryl Gioffre (Newport Beach , 2022-01-11)


I had the omicron variant 2 weeks ago. My parents nor myself feel that it is necessary to receive a booster shot. I should receive natural immunity from having the virus previously at least for a couple months.

Connor Grieco (Montvale New Jersey , 2022-01-11)


I feel it's a violation against our rights!

Kathleen Cogan (Middleboro , 2022-01-11)


My son wants to attend BC in the future and will not be attending should these mandates come into play.

Rosanne Cuje (Hawthorne , 2022-01-11)


In support of a friend

Wendy Weinerman (Hawthorne , 2022-01-11)


I’m signing because it’s an awfully inhumane and highly irrational to keep mandating booster after booster. This is new technology never before studied, least of which the effect of repeated boosters, on children or any age. This campaign of vaccination after vaccination has not followed any tried and true study formate. It’s been “ we’ll have to start immunizing to see what happens”. That is not humane in any sense of the word. There is a reason we do animal studies on each process of a new therapy. And when it comes to vaccines it take at least 10 yrs to approve a vaccine, and that’s using a vaccine platform previously studied.
I Pray for your Courage and discernment in your decision. It is not easy to stand up to the Goliaths. But God will care for you when you do. And so will the BC community.
“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for I the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go” Joshua 1:9

Blessings to you
Mandy yasinski

Mandy Yasinski (Pleasantville, 2022-01-11)


People should have a right to make an informed choice. Especially now that we know that vaccine doesn’t prevent infection or spread of the virus. It also hasn’t been studied long enough to be more confident about what the long term side effects may/will be. Please stop the mandates.

Diana Clark (Rockville Centre, 2022-01-11)


No gene therapy jab should be mandatory. Or any vaccination which the Covid 19 jab is not a vaccine, it's gene therapy. Makes you non-human.

Debra Prisk (West Covina, 2022-01-11)


I am against mandating vaccinations or boosters, that decision should be left to the ind

Kelly Justice (Jersey City, 2022-01-11)


BS Biology Boston College '87
MD Thomas Jefferson University "91
BC Parent '14, '19, '22

Kelly Tague MD (Villanova, 2022-01-11)


Mandates are unconstitutional but the boosters go above and beyond what government or universities should impose themselves in the publics lives.

Lisa Buckley (Redding, 2022-01-11)


It’s important to keep choice of medical procedures

Raquel Zapf (Wilton, 2022-01-11)



Enrietta Lee (Irvine, 2022-01-11)


This is direct violation of the Nuremberg Code!

Rebecca Koontz (Morrisville, 2022-01-11)


You gotta stop. You do not have the right to keep imposing mandates in people for shots that are not working. Boosters and the vaccine are also controversial. There are many reasons people do not want to keep pumping their bodies with the serums. Stop violating people’s human and civil rights because federal funding is tied to these mandates. When it is all over you will be held accountable for the greed and abuse of authority you imposed on people who are able bodied and able to decide for themselves of they want to take this ‘flu shot’ that has yielded over 50 billion in profits to
Companies like Moderna, yet have not stopped infection. For this not in high risk, these mandates expose them to risk from the ‘vaccine’.

Rochelle White (Brooklyn, 2022-01-11)


My son is an incoming member of the class of ‘26. Mandates have proven ineffective in the battle against Covid. Further, my son has had Covid twice with mild symptoms. His natural immunity is robust and far better than that provided by any booster or vaccination.

Joe Rocco (Armonk, 2022-01-12)


I do not believe in vaccine mandates. Where there is risk there must be choice.

Natalie Norberg (Makawao, 2022-01-12)


1. Youths are a near zero risk of death
2. The experimental injections are ineffective
3. The mandate violates medical ethics - informed consent

Dr Michael Gaeta (Colorado, 2022-01-12)


Alum: BA 1999 & MA 2000

Kory Kramer (Corona Del Mar, 2022-01-12)


Mandates are not laws. WE THE PEOPLE do not recognize these false authorities and them trying to control what we put in our bodies.

Makaela Stevens (Boston, 2022-01-12)


No mandates for jabs

Michael Ranfone (Seaford , 2022-01-12)


I believe in a persons right to choice in America.

Melissa Pepitone (Long Beach, 2022-01-12)


I want the right to choose my healthcare and I do not want the booster and I have been already vaccinated and already have Covid.

Shannon Spencer (Grand Island , 2022-01-12)


Medical freedom

McKaila Danajka (Winston Salem, 2022-01-12)


BC Alum

Todd McKniff (Wayne , 2022-01-12)


Forcing boosters on students who already have broad-based immunity--after recovering from covid--is anti-science.

Anastasia Spencer (Littleton, 2022-01-12)


There need to be exemptions for students who have already had it.
Our students got the vaccine, some of whom weren’t happy about it.
Our students are at an age where they should be allowed to make personal decisions without fear of consequences from their college.

Karin Crichton (New York, 2022-01-12)


I am a parent of a current student.

Tina Hanifin (Needham, 2022-01-12)


The vaccine and booster are unnecessary for college age students. If someone wished to be vaccinated they should have a choice.

Caleb Burross (Brighton, 2022-01-12)


BC Alumni 2001

norman defilippo (Wilmington, 2022-01-12)


Parent Class ‘23
My son is an athlete and I am concerned about these young men being particularly susceptible to collapses attributed to heart issues. Moreover, we have hereditary issues to consider and we no longer wish to be chasing boosters each sememster.

After 1400+ breakthrough cases at an Ivy League where his older sibling’s graduation was just cancelled, this vaccination is clearly ineffective and has not be thorougly tested.

Deborah Faris (Boca Raton, 2022-01-13)


As a Catholic I support medical freedom and using one’s own conscience to make personal health decisions rather than coercion by BC or ANYBODY!!

Lorraine Kiernan (Johns Creek, 2022-01-13)


I’m a student in the class of 2023. A mandate such as this is not only unconstitutional, but downright avoidant of any scientific consciousness. A “one-size-fits-all” approach does absolutely nothing as we can clearly tell we can’t vaccinate our way out of a pandemic and may be doing more harm than good. A vaccine that has studies conducted about its side effects AFTER its rollout has no business to be forced upon people who don’t want it. Personal choice is personal choice.

Ahvianna Elysse (Lynn, 2022-01-13)


BC alumna (‘97) Senseless to require additional shots for those with immunity

Mary Melinda Allen (Kennesaw, 2022-01-13)


I’m in agreement. Mother of two small children in PreK school system.

Sara Nadworny (Marshfield , 2022-01-13)


I’m signing because the booster is not protecting against this variant And I feel that agreeing to have my son get the booster is allowing BC to mandate more boosters in the future. I’m not an anti-VAXer but enough is enough

Danielle Gallousis (Bronxville, 2022-01-13)


I care about our kids education...lets get back to good education. We are adults and can handle getting sick...

Paula Wiseman (East Walpole, 2022-01-13)


I believe vaccination mandates are illegal under the constitution of the United States and are strictly a personal choice by the citizens of our country.

Lynn Meadows (Truckee, 2022-01-13)


As alumnae and parents of three children who have attended (Caitlin ‘16, Jillian, UG ‘20, M ‘21) and Patrick ‘24, we strongly endorse and sign Dr. Noorchashm’s petition. We couldn’t do a more thoughtful job of articulating our own concerns about Boston College’s one-size-fits-all mandate as ethically and medically unnecessary.

David & Laura Reilly (Westwood, 2022-01-13)


Class of 2024

Patrick Reilly (Westwood, 2022-01-13)


I worked hard to get into BC, and I don't want to be forced into getting a shot in order to keep my education. Let the students choose what is best for their bodies. My body, my choice.

Sophomore Class of 2024 (Washington, DC, 2022-01-14)


I care deeply about!

Patricia Clark (Winthrop, 2022-01-14)


Natural immunity needs to be recognized by the university immediately. Mandates don’t work and are an infringement on the individual right to informed consent for a medical procedure

Scott Gieselman (Weston, 2022-01-14)


m-RNA is experimental "gene therapy" and not a vaccine. Known to cause sterility and other side effects.

Bonnie Sterling (Fort Lee, 2022-01-14)


Our children should have the right to decide what goes into their bodies.

stacey mullins (cold spring harbor, 2022-01-14)


I have attended Jesuit schools in my life and have spent time on the BC campus.

David Bastien (Boston, 2022-01-14)


BC Student

Cole Hanifin (Needham, 2022-01-14)


I am a parent and have seen the negative impact the booster had on my son (on going elevated heat rate and fatigue).

Ofelia Delgadillo (Redwood City, 2022-01-14)


This is unjust and the kids have a right to choose what is right for them. My best friend’s son attend BC and is already double vaccinated and has previously contracted Covid. He’s naturally immunologically prepped for this.

Yamile Cruz Navarro (West Palm Beach, 2022-01-14)


I am a concerned family member. Young people should not be forced into a medical procedure that they do not need!

Barb Winn (Barrington, 2022-01-14)


I am an alum of Boston College (class of 89). I still live in the neighborhood, adjacent to BC's Brighton campus. I agree with Dr. Noorchsam. Furthermore, Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC, made an announcement this week that these shots can no longer stop transmission of the virus. I always thought the shots should be a choice. I don't believe in mandating medical treatment of anykind, to anyone, for anything. But these shots are novel technology, have no long term studies for safety or efficacy, and we have always known the risk of this disease to college age students was very low. I was shocked and disappointed when BC mandated theses novel shots at the beginning of the school year. Just looking at the CDC's VAERS reports was enough for me to decide I would never inject myself with any of these shots. There are more deaths and adverse reactions, including permanent disability, reported for these shots than all other vaccines combined on VAERS. And these shots have NEVER prevented transmission. Dr. Fauci admitted that back in Feb. of 2021. I think the only reason BC is unwilling to change their position is because of pressure and $$ from the Biden admin. Because the "science" (aka lack thereof) never made sense. History will not look kindly on this experiment, if it is even allowed to be told. I was a Histoy major at BC by the way. Loved every minute of it. I learned a lot. I am so proud of the education I earned there. I had the most wonderful professors in the world.

PJ Szufnarowski (Boston, 2022-01-14)


Boston College has such an excellent reputation until now. I will never even consider sending my sons to BC as long as the college has atrocious policies in place. It is despicable to mandate a vaccine that clearly does nothing to stop the spread of covid. There are thousands and thousands of people who have had adverse reactions to the vaccine. It is despicable to mandate a vaccine still going through clinical trials with zero long term safety data.

BC Prospect (New York, 2022-01-14)


I’m disgusted a catholic liberal arts school would mandate this experimental shot again when we knows it is ineffective and dangerous!!!!!!!!

BC Prospect (Syosset, 2022-01-14)


A booster does not make sense to college age kids with robust immune systems.

Ed Folland (oxford, 2022-01-14)



Kathleen Laipply (San Francisco, 2022-01-14)


son of BC alumn & sibling of current BC student.

Prospective Student (Pennsylvania, 2022-01-15)

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