The university began piloting the Terp to Terp program this semester.
The university plans to readjust its current budget that will result in no added cost to students living on campus.
The governing body passed the resolution by a vote of 17-3-1.
DOTS and Dining Services are already looking ahead to fall 2022, and are trying to address the possibility of continued staff shortages.
The external contract to service and maintain the machines is up for renewal this year.
The Maryland Attorney General ruled the university could not mandate the vaccines because they were released under emergency use authorization.
Dr. Chetan Joshi shared the proposal at an RHA Senate meeting.
The FUTURE Act would require all state public universities to achieve carbon neutrality by 2035.
The increases go toward housing, dining and transportation fees.
The directors of Residential Facilities, Resident Life and Dining Services provided updates to the RHA.