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Vaccine Scheduling Information

Currently the state is in Phase 4 of distribution and all OSU-Stillwater faculty, staff and students are eligible.

The state’s plan is available here

Other Opportunities

For the purposes of regional availability outside of health services, university community members are strongly encouraged to register with the state’s online platform. By registering, members can identify eligibility and also identify regional vaccine clinics outside of campus specific efforts.

Opportunities at Health Services

Currently Eligible: Phase 4 (Faculty, Staff, Students, and Dependents within the university community) This includes any active OSU faculty, staff, or student who is affiliated with the OSU-Stillwater campus. This also includes spouses, domestic partners, and dependents affiliated with the OSU-Stillwater campus.

Current Status

Now scheduling for Tuesday, April 20.

Steps for Scheduling at UHS

If scheduling for a phase-eligible spouse or dependent, please create a separate appointment under your name. When prompted, fill in the appropriate field with their name.

  1. Log on to the UHS portal, http://okstateportal.pointnclick.com
  2. Select scheduling and identify “COVID-19 Vaccine”
  3. Complete the appointment screening information
  4. Schedule your appointment
  5. Arrive at your scheduled date and time

Other Information

Vaccine Given: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for ages 16 and up. This is a 2-dose series given 3 weeks apart. Your follow-up appointment date and time will be identified before you leave the building.

Parking: Please park behind University Health Services and enter on the north side of the building. Overflow parking is located by Iba Hall (Lot 49W). Please reference the OSU Parking map to identify options. okstate parking map

Forms: Visit https://uhs.okstate.edu/covid-vaccine-forms.html to obtain paperwork in advance. The forms can be printed, filled out, and brought with you. We will have these forms available at the clinic, as well, but forms completed in advance will help move the process along.

Wait Time: We will do our best to administer vaccine in an efficient manner. Please arrive at your designated time, so we can avoid traffic and egress issues. Recipients must wait 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine, so please plan for some wait time within the process. We appreciate your patience.

Cost: There is no fee for receiving the vaccine.

About the UHS Vaccine Pod

University Health Services is serving as a vaccine distribution pod in partnership with the Payne County Health Department and receives allotment directly from the county. In an effort to prioritize that OSU affiliated faculty, staff, and students can receive vaccine on campus, the health services facility will offer online scheduling directly through their patient portal rather than through the state’s vaccine registration system. The university will follow the direction of the state and local health department in determining opportunities for distribution to additional groups within each phase, and vaccine availability is determined in week-to-week increments.