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Flu Vaccine Clinics

Fall is right around the corner, and that means flu season is near. Getting your flu shot is one way to do your part to protect the health and the safety of the campus community. Since many of the symptoms of influenza and COVID-19 overlap, it is strongly recommended that all students, staff and faculty be immunized with the seasonal flu vaccine.

This year’s flu shot clinic is open to students, faculty and staff, as well as dependents on the same insurance plan. You can walk in to get your shot (no appointment needed) or sign up online and fill out the forms ahead of time. When you register online, you can select your preferred appointment time and enjoy a quicker process when you arrive.

Main Campus
Tuesday, Oct 6

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9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Denman Room, 
Student Union 2.01.28

Main Campus
Wednesday, Oct 7

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9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Denman Room, 
Student Union 2.01.28

Downtown Campus
Thursday, Oct 8

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9 a.m.– 4 p.m.

La Villita Room, 
Durango Building 1.116

Safety Is Our Top Priority

UTSA is taking the following precautions during each flu shot clinic to keep you safe.

  • Temperature screening
  • Facemasks required
  • Social distancing markers
  • Separate entrance and exit areas
  • Barriers at registration table

Insurance and Payment Options

The flu shot is covered 100 percent under the following insurance plans:

  • UT Select BCBS
  • Express Scripts
  • Academic HealthPlans
  • Cigna Medical
  • Aetna Medical
  • United Health Care Medical
  • Coventry MAPD Medical

Bring your medical insurance card, prescription insurance card and driver’s license. Vaccines are also available for dependents covered under your insurance. The flu shot is available for $25 for those without insurance. Payments can be made by cash or check. No credit cards, please.

Additional Vaccines Available

The clinic will also offer shingles, pneumonia and Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) shots. Pricing will be available on site.

Stay Informed

While many individuals typically get the flu vaccine mid-fall, the CDC recommends getting it earlier this year due to the similarities between the flu and COVID-19. Getting the vaccine now also promotes the earlier development of improved immunity to the influenza virus.

Learn more about the 2020-2021 flu season.