Who is Logan Hollar? Bio, Wiki, Age, NJ, Not Vaccinated

Logan Hollar Bio/Wiki

Even though he is just studying virtually from home, a New Jersey student named Logan Hollar claims he is forbidden from taking classes at Rutgers University because he has not been vaccinated.

Logan Hollar told NJ.com that he primarily disregarded the school’s COVID requirement “because all my classes were remote” from his Sandyston home, which is about 70 miles from Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus.


He is 22 years old.

Not Vaccinated

When he went to pay his tuition at the end of last month, he was locked out of his Rutgers email and connected accounts and told that he needed to be vaccinated, despite the fact that he has no plans to attend in person.

Hollar has been forced to skip lessons that began on September 1 and has been advised that a decision on his claim for a vaccine exemption might take weeks, he added. According to NJ.com, Hollar knows of at least one other student in a similar situation, he said, “I’ll probably have to transfer to a different university,”

“I find it concerning for the vaccine to be pushed by the university rather than my doctor,”

“If someone wants to be vaccinated, that’s fine with me, but I don’t think they should be pushed,”

He insisted, claiming that he doesn’t, “find COVID to be scary” because he is healthy and “not in an at-risk age group.”

He added, “I don’t care if I have access to campus. I don’t need to be there. They could ban me. I just want to be left alone,”

Keith Williams, Hollar’s vaccinated stepfather, told the newspaper that he is “dumbfounded” by Rutgers’ stance. Williams said to NJ.com, “I believe in science, I believe in vaccines, but I am highly confident that COVID-19 and variants do not travel through computer monitors by taking online classes,”

Williams added, “He chose to remove himself from an on-campus experience so he would not need to be vaccinated,”

“Now to be removed and shut down from his Rutgers email and online classes during the start of his senior year seems a bit crazy.”

She said that Rutgers distinguishes between a “completely online degree-granting program” and “classes that are fully remote” that are part of a course with other students on campus, like in Hollar’s instance.

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Staff “continue to work” on assisting students to apply for waiver requests for medical or religious reasons, according to Devlin, who also warned that they “should expect a two-to four-week turnaround, during which time they will not have access to university systems.”

She said, “Once it is processed and verified, students are allowed access to university systems,

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