COVID-19 Vaccine

How to sign up

On April 9, MSU began administering doses of COVID-19 vaccine to its registered students, by appointment only, at a student-only vaccine clinic. Read more


Sparty directs traffic at the Ingham County Health Department COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

Volunteer and receive the vaccine

MSU faculty and staff can volunteer in the Ingham County Health Department COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort and become eligible to receive the vaccine themselves.

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Vaccine prioritization 

As of April 5, anyone 16 years of age and older, including international students, is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

It is important to note that each vaccine provider is using its own parameters (some are based on where you live or work), and it may differ from site to site. It may take several weeks to schedule an appointment, based on vaccine supply.

Stay safe after being vaccinated 

It is important to remember that once vaccinated, it is vital that you continue to wear a face covering and practice all COVID-19 related safety measures, as it will take many months before everyone is protected. Employees working from home should continue to do so, even after vaccination, until they are told to return to work.

MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., College of Human Medicine Associate Dean for Public Health Integration Debra Furr-Holden and MSU Emergency Management Coordinator David Oslund.

COVID-19 town halls

MSU experts address safety, efficacy and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in a series of employee and community town halls.

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