COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Faculty, staff, and students or member of the general community age 16 and older who want to be scheduled for an appointment to receive the vaccine from the university should fill out the COVID-19 Vaccine Form. Pre-registration is available is available for individuals age 12-15.All minors between the ages of 12 and 17, a parent or guardian must complete the UT Health Austin Minor Consent Form (also available in Spanish) prior to receiving a Pfizer vaccination. The completed and signed consent form is required at the time of the vaccination appointment.

First doses will be administered at the Health Transformation Building, 601 Trinity Street, Bldg, A, 78712. Second doses will continue at Gregory Gym through May 28th.

First doses will be administered at Gregory Gym through Friday, May 7th, after which, they will be available at the Health Transformation Building, 601 Trinity Street, Bldg, A, 78712. Second doses will continue at Gregory Gym through May 28th.

Walk-up spots are also available Monday through Friday 9:00am to 11:30am and from 1:30pm to 3:00pm on a limited basis. Individuals who arrive outside of the posted hours for walk-ups or after walk-up spots have been exhausted for the day will be given the opportunity to schedule an appointment for a subsequent date.

Please note: For patients seeking a second dose, we are currently only able to provide second doses for those patients that received a Pfizer first dose.

Vaccines are highly encouraged for the campus community. As Longhorns, we are bound together by the core values that guide us in our efforts to transform lives for the benefit of society. Vaccination is an opportunity for each of us to consider our individual responsibility in helping to protect our families, friends, neighbors and coworkers from the dangers of this disease. It will take all of us to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When enough people get vaccinated, the spread from person-to-person becomes less frequent and thereby increases protection of the whole community.

Vaccine distribution for the university community is a collaborative effort between University Health Services, UT Health Austin/Dell Medical School, the College of Pharmacy, the School of Nursing, the Office of Campus Safety, and Recreational Sports. Vaccinating our campus community will likely be a months-long process as federal, state, and local officials coordinate vaccine availability, distribution, and guidance. Thank you for your flexibility as we balance the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine with our existing clinic operations.