Flu Clinics

Flu Clinics on the UMD Campus:

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 and Tuesday, October 26th, 2021 in the Kirby Ballroom from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.  Appointments can be scheduled (preferred) here: https://boynton-registration.umn.edu/appointments/umdflu


Please review the following Vaccine Information Safety Sheet for Flu Vaccine 2021.  https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/flu.pdf

Updated 10/6/21-For those with flu shot appointments, please print the flu consent form below and bring to your flu clinic appointment.  If you do not have access to a printer, forms will also be available at our flu clinics.

  • COVID screenings will be done when you arrive for your appointment   
  • Anyone with any COVID related symptoms or exposure will be asked to reschedule (all scheduling changes can be made using the link above)
  • FREE to UMD students
  • FREE to Staff/Faculty/Dependents over 18 and Retirees who are enrolled in UPlan at UMD.  **Please note we are not offering the high dose vaccine.  All others who are not enrolled through UPlan should call their local clinic or visit one of the local pharmacies offering flu shots
  • To safely provide this service to our campus, patients without an appointment will be taken, but due to increase in COVID activity, an appointment is preferred.  

Every fall, UMD Health Services, the College of Pharmacy and UMD Employee Health & Wellbeing Center provide a campus wide flu clinic. Flu vaccinations are provided to students free of charge with presentation of Student ID. Staff, faculty and retirees  (and their dependents 18yrs+) who have UPlan insurance are also covered free of charge with presentation of their insurance card. Otherwise, flu vaccinations are offered at a cost of $22.50. Flu vaccinations will be given to anyone over the age of 18 years old.  Dependents under the age of 17 are advised to be vaccinated at their primary physicians office or other flu vaccination clinics in the area.  

Health Services encourages the campus community to be vaccinated to protect themselves from the flu virus and to protect others that we live, learn and work with on campus (and at home). If you have questions about the flu vaccine, visit the Minnesota Department of Health website.