UT students, staff and faculty can get flu shots at UHS by appointment only.
Getting a flu shot this fall is as important as ever. It takes around two weeks from the time you receive the vaccine to develop protection. Get your shot to protect yourself and others during peak flu season. Getting vaccinated can help prevent flu from disrupting your classes, work and has been shown to reduce severity of illness in those who get vaccinated but still get sick.
If you have recently had COVID-19, you can get your flu shot as long as you are no longer in isolation or quarantine and your symptoms have resolved or are mild. You can get a flu shot if you have recently received or plan to receive a COVID-19 booster
Current UT faculty, staff and students.
Fluzone Quadrivalent. This vaccine is preservative (thimerosal)-free and latex-free.
Do not get this vaccine if you have had a severe reaction to a previous flu vaccine or if you have a significant allergy to eggs. We recommend that you speak to your healthcare provider for guidance.
UHS will not be administering the high dose or adjuvanted vaccine made specifically for people 65 and older. Please discuss with your healthcare provider which vaccine type is best for you.
Insurance is billed for:
$10 will be billed to you via the MyUHS portal if:
See our appointments page for information on scheduling.
|Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm by appointment|
University Health Services is committed to providing high-quality care to patients of all ages, races, ethnicities, physical abilities or attributes, religions, sexual orientations, or gender identities/expression.
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