COVID-19 Vaccines and Testing
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Vaccine Administration Fall 2021
First and Second Doses
In order to make vaccination as accessible as possible for the university community, COVID-19 vaccine distribution will take place at three different sites across campus this fall.
UT Health Austin
In the Health Transformation Building (beginning Thursday, October 28).
- 1601 Trinity Street, Bldg. A
- Offering 1st and 2nd doses, 3rd doses for eligible immunocompromised patients, and booster vaccines to eligible patients (per CDC guidelines).
- Walk-in Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–4:20 p.m., or schedule an appointment here. Appointments required for 3rd doses and boosters.
- Allows mixed boosters according to CDC guidelines.
If you are outside of Austin and want to find a vaccine locally, visit vaccines.gov.
Like other state government agencies in Texas, University of Texas institutions are required to comply with Governor Abbott’s executive order and cannot mandate COVID-19 vaccines.
To help our students, faculty and staff understand the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine and to help spread the word, the university has created these educational tools, which include digital and print options. Check back frequently as content hosted on UT Box will be updated and new resources will be added as they become available.
In both English and Spanish, this FAQ one-pager covers the most frequently asked questions about the vaccine. This FAQ can be downloaded, printed and posted in common areas.
In this short video, Dr. Liz Douglass shares her personal experiences getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
In this video, Dr. Ana Avalos dispels common myths and confirms facts about the COVID-19 vaccine.
This social media kit contains helpful and educational statements and graphics for use on official UT or personal social media platforms. This document requires a UT EID and password.
In this Spanish-language video with English subtitles, Donna Shanor discusses getting the COVID-19 vaccine as a member of the Latinx and Black communities.
In this video, Senior Vice President and CFO Darrell Bazzell discusses why he chose to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and his experiences receiving the vaccine as a member of the Black community.
In this video, learn how mRNA is being used in mRNA COVID-19 vaccines to help our immune systems fight off the virus