Campus Reform spokeswoman Angela Morabito joined “Fox News at Night” with Shannon Bream to discuss one college’s decision to charge students $1,500 per semester if they do not get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Starting in Fall 2021, Rhodes College will charge unvaccinated students $1,500 per semester to “cover the costs of mandatory testing.” The Memphis, Tennessee, college announced the policy in a June 8 letter.
Rhodes College will require the COVID-19 vaccine for all students, staff and faculty on campus after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) formally approves the vaccines.
The video said, “This is nothing more than a vaccine tax. it sends a horrible message that only people who have the ability to pay.
“$1,500 is a lot of money. Only people who can pony up the cash should have the right to make their own medical decisions? That’s a terrible message to send to students when we should be teaching them to be functional adults.”
Students who choose not to receive the vaccine can file a medical or religious vaccine exemption before the start of the Fall semester. Non-vaccinated students will also be required to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.
Check it out and see the outrageous actions taking place on America’s college campus today.