The vaccination program is one of the efforts made by the indonesian Government to control the growing number of COVID-19 cases. However, in its implementation, the vaccination program faces some problem, one of which is negative perceptions. Negative perceptioms will make someone hesitant to be vaccinated. One of the factors that are often associated with negative perception is the level of education. This study aimed to investigate the perception of the COVID-19 vaccination program among students majoring in health at Universitas Syiah Kuala. This study is qualitative research with a descriptive design. The sample of this study includes students majoring in health., totaling 326 respondents. The sample was selected using proportioned stratified random sampling. A questionnaire consisting of questions regarding perceptions of the COVID-19 program was used as the research instrument. The results showed that the majority of the respondents, 269 students (82.5%), had a positive perception of the COVID-19 vaccination program, and only 57 students (17.5%) had a negative perception. This study concludes that the students majoring in health at Universitas Syiah Kuala have a positive perception of the COVID-19 vaccination program. Health education institutions are urged to in tegrate information about COVID-19 vaccination program. Health education institutions are urged to integrate information about COVID-19 in lecture topics and conduct routine screening for students to encourage them to be fully vaccinated.