COVID-19 Vaccinations and Boosters Strongly Recommended for Students, Faculty and Staff
The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is the university’s highest priority
A broadly vaccinated university community is key to providing a safe and healthy environment – ensuring UNC can continue with a full schedule of in-person courses, activities and events that will allow students to enjoy experiential learning, campus life and community engagement opportunities.
Vaccines are a proven and effective tool in combating the spread of communicable diseases and their administration saves countless lives annually. The COVID-19 vaccines have been proven to be highly effective at preventing moderate, severe, and critical illness, hospitalization and death.
Vaccines and Booster Shots
The CDC recommends the COVID-19 primary series vaccines for everyone ages 6 months and older, and COVID-19 boosters for everyone ages 5 years and older, if eligible.
Check out CDC's COVID-19 Booster Tool to see if and when you're eligible for a booster to ensure you stay up-to-date, and learn more about the importance of booster shots.
Where to Get Vaccinated
Colorado's COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Clinic — On Campus
- Offering first, second and booster doses of Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson, pediatric doses of Pfizer and free flu shots.
- Walk-ups are welcome, but appointments can also be made by clicking on the appropriate clinic date link.
- Everyone is welcome, including visitors to campus and community members.
The mobile clinic is located south of Campus Commons, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., on the following dates:
- Friday, Sept. 30
- Saturday, Oct. 1
- Sunday, Oct. 2
- Monday, Oct. 3
- Tuesday, Oct. 4
- Wednesday, Oct. 5
- The Omicron booster vaccine and flu vaccine will be available at these clinics. Both shots are free and can be given at the same time if requested.
Other Vaccine Providers
The Weld County Health Department maintains an extensive list of vaccine providers in Weld County, including several within walking distance of campus or available by taking the Greeley Evans Transit (GET).
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment maintains a list of other vaccine providers across the state, including community vaccination sites, pharmacy locations and mobile vaccination clinics.
Visit vaccinefinder.org to search by zip code for clinics and pharmacies across the U.S. offering COVID-19 vaccinations. Appointments are required at most locations.