Quinnipiac president Judy D. Olian speaks at an event in 2018. Credit: Arnold Gold / New Haven Register via AP

HAMDEN, Conn. — Quinnipiac University has sent an email to students who have failed to comply with its vaccination policy, advising them they will face weekly fees until they either get their shots or apply for an exemption.

Students who do not follow the policy will be charged $100 a week during the first two weeks of the semester. That fee will rise by $25 every two weeks until it reaches $200 a week, the school said. A student who fails to comply through the entire semester would end up paying $2,275.

Students will also lose access to Wi-Fi and the campus intranet network if they fail to to get vaccinated by Sept. 14, the school said.

Quinnipiac spokesman John Morgan said about 600 students have so far failed to upload their vaccination information. The school has a total enrollment of just over 10,000 students.