University Health Services is holding COVID-19 vaccine clinics for students. In addition, University Health Services will offer appointments for vaccines on Thursdays and Fridays beginning September 2. Students must schedule an appointment in advance to receive a vaccine.
Students will receive the Moderna vaccine.
Dates and Location
Monday, August 23, and Tuesday, August 24
8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Student Health Center
The second dose will be scheduled at the time student receive their first dose and will be administered in the Student Health Center.
Students who are unable to attend a clinic can schedule an appointment with University Health Services to receive the vaccine. Appointments will take place every Thursday and Friday starting September 2 from 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in the Student Health Center.
What to bring
Students attending the vaccine clinic should bring their Penn State ID. Students should also bring a copy of their health insurance card or upload their insurance information to myUHS ahead of the clinic. The vaccine is free to students; however, University Health Services will bill students' health insurance for administration fees. (Health Insurance is not required to receive a vaccination.)
From June 7- August 23, students who have shared proof of their vaccination status with the University will be eligible for a weekly drawing for prizes including $1,000, Barnes & Noble gift card, or a football signed by Penn State Football coach James Franklin. To be entered in the drawing, students MUST complete the online incentive form.
Flu Vaccine Clinics
Each fall, University Health Services hosts a series of student flu vaccine clinics at the University Park campus. Students must schedule an appointment in advance to receive a flu vaccine during any of the clinics; students at Commonwealth Campus locations are encouraged to contact their on-campus health service (if applicable) or local provider to inquire about clinics in their area.
In addition to the convenience and time savings that flu vaccine clinics provide, students receiving the vaccine at a clinic will be exempt from administration and appointment fees.
Students are also welcome to schedule a private appointment with University Health Services to receive the flu vaccine at any time.
2021-2022 Flu Vaccine Clinics
Save the date! The fall Flu Clinics are set to be on:
Thursday, September 30
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Heritage Hall, HUB-Robeson Center
Monday, October 25
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Alumni Hall, HUB-Robeson Center
The clinics are by appointment only. Check back for more details.
- Go to "Forms" in myUHS and make sure that you have completed the Consent to Treat, Notice of Privacy Practices, and the Student Account Billing and Financial Aid Statement.
- Go to "Insurance Cards" and upload your Health Insurance Card. If there is no insurance on file, charges will be billed to your Student Account.
- Bring your Student ID with you to the visit.
Please note: Students do not need to bring insurance cards to the vaccine clinics and should be uploaded ahead of time. We will not be able to process them at the clinics.
What to bring
Students attending a flu vaccine clinic should bring their Penn State ID. If a student does not have health insurance (or University Health Services does not have their insurance information on file) a vaccine fee of $25.00 will be billed to their Bursar account.
University Health Services administers the Fluarix Quadrivalent flu vaccine. This vaccine is thimerosal-free and latex-free.