We are pleased to announce that Pfizer bivalent COVID-19 boosters will be available at our on-campus clinics. Availability is first come, first served and while supplies last.
Getting fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 is the best way to ensure campus infections remain low and prevent the reinstatement of limitations for in-person classes, campus events, activities, services and housing. Even if you’ve already been vaccinated, staying current with boosters remains the best way to stay safe and healthy as new variants emerge and gain strength throughout the world. We strongly urge you to get vaccinated and stay up to date on your boosters so we can all enjoy campus life to its fullest.
A variety of COVID-19 vaccine opportunities are available to the Roadrunner community, including on-campus vaccine clinics as well as state and local vaccine providers. COVID-19 vaccines are both safe and effective. Side effects, if any, are generally mild and only last a few days.
On-Campus Vaccine Clinics
This fall, COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be offered on the Main Campus once per month and on the Downtown Campus as announced.
Our Next Clinics
|9 a.m.–4 p.m.|
|SU 2.01.28 (Denman Ballroom)|
|Vaccines available: Pfizer (bivalent booster), Novavax
On-Campus Clinic Fast Facts
- No appointment necessary. Walk-ins welcome during clinic hours.
- Open to all—students, faculty, staff, family members and members of the community.
- Cost = free.
- Photo ID
- Vaccine card (if applicable)
- Insurance card (if applicable)
- Boosters available for those due to get one per CDC booster guidelines.
Find a Local Vaccine Appointment
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment is easier than ever! Vaccines are available at local pharmacies, doctor’s offices and health clinics.