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Students, please call the Health Center at 972-721-5322 and complete this form.
Employees with symptoms should complete this form.

 Important Update Regarding Green Pass Documentation Requirements for Rome

On Thursday, August 5, the Italian authorities passed a law requiring all students intending to study at a university in Italy to possess a COVID-19 Green Pass or equivalent paperwork. The Italian ‘Green Pass’ is a digital and/or paper certificate that is issued to individuals who have undertaken at least one round of COVID vaccinations or have documented recovery from COVID in the last six months.

The Green Pass is only issued to individuals who are residents in Italy and/or who have received their vaccinations in Italy. University of Dallas students will need to carry one of the following equivalent documentation requirements in order to participate in the Rome Program:

Vaccination Card

The CDC white vaccine card will satisfy the documentation requirement. The card should detail the following.
Note: for a vaccine to be valid within the 9-month window it must have been administered no earlier than March 20, 2021. 

  • The identification data of the holder (first name, last name, date of birth)
  • The vaccine data (name and lot number)
  • The date(s) of vaccination
  • The identification data of who issued the certificate (State, Health Authority, etc.)

Documentation of Recovery from COVID

A student must have recovered from COVID-19 since June 20, 2021, to meet the 6-month recovery window. A doctor's declaration on clinic/hospital's letterhead should include:

  • Identification data of the holder (first name, last name, date of birth)
  • Information about the holder's previous SARS-CoV-2 infection following a positive test (date of first positive swab) as well as the date of the later negative test 
  • Identifying data of the certificate issuer (State, Health Authority, etc.)

All certifications of recovery, in paper and/or digital format, must be accompanied by a sworn translation. Students may contact one of the preferred Italian Consulate translators, Elisabetta Zaffaroni, at

Past Communication from Rome Campus

If you have further concerns or questions, please contact Peter Hatlie or Mrs. Davies at