Fall 2023 Campus Vaccination Clinics

It’s easy to get vaccines on the U-M Ann Arbor campus through a collaboration with University Health Service and MHealthy

  • Clinics are available across campus from mid-September to mid-November.
  • No appointment is necessary; clinics are drop-in only.
  • U-M students and campus faculty and staff can participate. Michigan Medicine employees, learners and volunteers can get more information about getting a flu shot through Occupational Health Services.
  • Some clinics will offer both flu and COVID-19 vaccines, while others will offer flu vaccines only. This may change as more COVID-19 vaccine becomes available. The clinic schedule contains the latest information.
  • It is safe to receive a flu vaccination and a COVID-19 vaccination at the same time. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and about the flu vaccine.
  • If you recently had COVID-19, you should wait to receive any COVID-19 vaccination at least until your symptoms are resolved and criteria to discontinue isolation have been met. You may consider delaying a COVID-19 vaccine dose by 3 months from symptom onset or positive test (if infection was asymptomatic).
  • You must be at least 18 years old.

When preparing for the vaccination clinic, be sure to:

  • Wear appropriate clothing so the vaccine can be administered in your upper arm.
  • Bring your health insurance card.
  • If your insurance does not cover vaccinations or if you are not using insurance, the out-of-pocket cost for a flu vaccination is $44. The out-of-pocket cost for COVID-19 vaccinations will be shared when available.
  • If you are feeling ill, wait until you are feeling better to get vaccinated. We are unable to vaccinate anyone with a fever over 100.5° F.
  • Please wear a mask if you are experiencing a rash or new cough.
  • Many clinics are run by Michigan Medicine; make sure you have a Medical Record Number (MRN). If you are unsure if you have an MRN, please contact Michigan Medicine Patient Registration at (866) 452-9896 and have your insurance card in hand when you call.

If you cannot attend a clinic:

  • Students can also get vaccinations from their primary care physician, or most pharmacies, or through an appointment at UHS.
  • Faculty and staff, as well as spouses or otherwise qualifying adults, dependents and retirees, can get vaccinations at their doctor’s office, local clinic or most pharmacies. When a shot is administered at a pharmacy, there is no cost when either the member’s medical or prescription drug insurance card is provided. Do not use both cards or there could be confusion. Learn more about coverage through U-M’s health plans.

Details on clinics at UM-Dearborn and UM-Flint and information on departments hosting their own clinic are available on MHealthy’s Flu Shot page.