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COVID-19 Vaccine

Campus Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Campus Health is one of many locations to receive your COVID-19 vaccination. If you’re in Tucson, you can receive your vaccine at several locations across Pima County. If you’re outside of Tucson, check VaccineFinder for availability in your area. 

 

All University students, benefits-eligible employees, and designated campus colleagues (DCC's) can be vaccinated at Campus Health.

Note: DCC's are not eligible for additional services at Campus Health. Non-affiliated family members of employees are not eligible to receive their vaccine at Campus Health.

Already Been Vaccinated?

Upload your COVID-19 Vaccine Document here

Vaccine Clinic Hours

By Appointment Only

Our vaccine clinic is held from 9am-12:45pm on the following days for students, employees, and DCCs:

  • Fridays

Vaccine Offered

Pfizer and Moderna:

  • Dose #1
  • Dose #2
  • Booster doses

You may receive one booster dose if:

  • You are 18+ AND received an initial Pfizer or Moderna series at least 5+ months prior.
  • You are 18+ AND received 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least 2+ months prior.
  • You are 18+ AND completed a COVID-19 vaccine primary series with vaccines that are WHO EUL-listed at least 6+ months prior (you are eligible to receive a Pfizer booster dose).
  • More Information on Booster Shots

You may receive a 2nd booster dose if:

  • You are 50+ AND received a Pfizer or Moderna injection at least 4+ months prior.
  • You are immunocompromised AND received a Pfizer or Moderna injection at least 4+ months prior.
  • More Information on Booster Shots

Note: If you were vaccinated abroad with a non-WHO EUL-listed vaccine, current recommendations are to start a new vaccine series with an FDA-approved vaccine at least 4 weeks after your last dose.

Appointments

  • Please bring your vaccination card with you to your appointment.
  • All appointments are located at Campus Health, 1224 E Lowell St.
  • If you have trouble making an appointment, call 520-621-9202.

Feeling anxious about vaccination? Here are some tips for calming COVID-19 vaccine anxiety

Lost Your Vaccine Card?
(If received in Arizona)

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COVID-19 Vaccination: Your Common Questions Answered

 

Dr. Porter answers 3 common questions about COVID-19 Vaccinations:

  1. Why should I get vaccinated?

  2. How do I get vaccinated?

  3. Are there incentives to get vaccinated

Community Vaccine Options:

  • If you’re in Tucson, you can receive your vaccine at several locations across Pima County.

  • If you’re outside of Tucson, check VaccineFinder for availability in your area. 

 
 

Students & Employees: Upload Your COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation

Uploading your vaccine document will help the University keep track of our progress toward campus immunity and keeps your COVID-19 vaccination card secure as part of your medical record. Please ensure that you have received ALL DOSES in the vaccine series before submitting your records. Click the button below and follow the instructions to upload your vaccine document to our secure, HIPAA compliant system.


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