GREENSBORO, N.C. — A national campaign called "Vax Forward" is helping keep campus communities healthy.


What You Need To Know

N.C. A&T is encouraging students to get vaccinated

The university is offering vaccinations to students and employees

Student ambassadors are using social media to educate and advocate


It works by having college students advocate for the COVID-19 vaccination, including one at North Carolina A&T State University.

The American College Health Association is leading the initiative with the help of student ambassadors who use social media to educate and advocate. That includes Nadiya McLean.

“We talk about just how the new norm is, how we're vaccine forward instead of getting back where we used to be. We're learning to adjust where we are now," McLean said.

Since the start of the campus' COVID-19 vaccine initiative, over 11,000 N.C. A&T students and employees have been vaccinated.​

N.C. A&T digital ambassador, Nadiya McLean, encourages student to get vaccinated.