How to sign up to receive a vaccination

UPDATE: MSU has resumed its vaccine clinic at the north side of the Pavilion for any student, faculty or staff member. Appointments are not needed; walk-ups are welcome. The clinic is open 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

The vaccine is primarily being distributed via hospital systems, health centers, county health departments and pharmacies. On April 9, MSU began administering doses of COVID-19 vaccine to its registered students, and starting April 20, appointments also were available to faculty and staff.

Beginning May 11, MSU students, faculty, staff, patients, retirees and their families also can receive a COVID-19 vaccine through the MSU Health Care Pharmacy

A women receives the COVID-19 vaccine.

Anyone with questions about the vaccine should first contact their county health department or primary care doctor. Michigan residents also can call the Michigan COVID-19 Hotline at (888) 535-6136, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Below is a list of resources those in the MSU community can use to sign up for a vaccine. It is important to note that this is not an exhaustive list; other locations across the state are providing the vaccine.

Federally qualified health centers
As part of the network of federally qualified health centers identified to distribute the COVID-19 vaccines in underserved areas, several Ingham County sites are now providing shots for those eligible under state guidelines. Individuals need not be established patients to receive the vaccine through the health centers. To be vaccinated through the health centers, patients should call one of three locations: Forest Community Health Center at (517) 887-4302, Birch Community Health Center at (517) 244-8030, or New Hope Community Health Center at (517) 887-4400.

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