Follow all COVID-19 protocols, testing every 3-4 days (schedule here), and complete your Symptom Report daily. View the COVID-19 Dashboard.

Vaccine Communications

We want to be sure to keep our community informed regarding the Commonwealths vaccination program as we realize this process of eligibility and availability across the State is regularly shifting.

Eligible Babson College community members are encouraged to visit frequently to make an appointment, as appointments are added on a rolling basis.

At this time, per Department of Public Health guidance, all community members including those that are vaccinated must continue to follow all campus risk mitigation strategies (face coverings, physical distancing, hygiene) as well as remain in their approved testing cadence. We continue to work with local and state officials to monitor and community any updates regarding shifts or change in campus protocols.

Preregister for Your Appointment

Massachusetts residents not yet eligible for the vaccine may preregister for an appointment by completing the Preregistration Form for Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccines at Mass Vaccination Locations. Preregistered residents will be notified when it’s their turn to schedule an appointment at one of the following locations:

  • Fenway Park, Boston
  • Gillette Stadium, Foxboro
  • Reggie Lewis Center, Boston
  • DoubleTree Hotel, Danvers
  • Eastfield Mall, Springfield
  • Natick Mall, Natick
  • Circuit City (former), Dartmouth

To make appointments at pharmacies, health care providers, and other community locations, Search Vaccine Locations.

Preregistered residents will receive weekly status updates, and once an appointment is available, will be contacted with the opportunity to book an appointment. Residents will have 24 hours to accept the appointment.

Massachusetts residents may check their eligibility at the Massachusetts State COVID-19 Vaccine site.

Phase 2

Group 2

Since March 11, K-12 educators, child care workers, and school staff in Massachusetts have been eligible to make an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in accordance with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts vaccine rollout. Individuals 65 and older, residents and staff of public and private low income and affordable senior housing, and individuals with two or more eligible medical conditions, now including asthma, have been eligible to schedule appointments as members of this group since February 18.

Group 3

Effective March 22, Group 3 members of Phase 2 will be eligible to book appointments, including:

  • People who are 60 or older

As well as:

  • Restaurant or cafe workers
  • Grocery or convenience store workers
  • Food pantry workers or volunteers
  • Food, meatpacking, beverage, agriculture, consumer goods, retail, or food service workers
  • Vaccine development workers
  • Medical supply chain workers
  • Transit/transportation workers
  • Sanitation workers
  • Public health workers
  • Public works, water, wastewater, or utility workers
  • Court system workers (judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, clerks), other than court officers who are listed under first responders
  • Funeral directors or funeral workers
  • Shipping port or terminal workers

Group 4

Effective April 5, Group 4 members of Phase 2 will be eligible to book appointments, including:

Phase 3

Effective April 19 as part of Phase 3, people not specifically listed in either Phase 1 or Phase 2 will be eligible to receive the vaccine.