By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pitt Senate Council could ask the university to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for the fall.READ MORE: Pa. Senate Passes Constitutional Amendment To Require Voters To Show ID
Our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette report the council has proposed a resolution requiring vaccinations.
The Senate is made up of students, faculty and staff.READ MORE: 'Strawberry Moon' Shines As Final Supermoon Of 2021
It consults with administrators on major decisions.
Pitt Chancellor Patrick Gallagher says the university hasn’t taken a position on the idea.MORE NEWS: Overnight Shooting In Fineview Leaves Man In Critical Condition
Nearly 400 colleges and universities across the country have announced vaccine requirements, including Carnegie Mellon University.