Center for Student Health and Counseling Friday COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Students

Friday, June 4, 2021 - 10:20 AM - Friday, August 27, 2021 - 4:00 PM
Location

Center for Student Health and Counseling
1880 SW 6th Ave., Suite UCB 200

Cost / Admission
Registration required
Contact

SHAC is hosting weekly COVID-19 Vaccine clinics from 10:20 am - 12:00 pm for students on Fridays, according to demand

The minimum number of people required per clinic is 10 people.  If there are fewer than 10 students signed up, SHAC will reschedule them for another Friday clinic.

We will be administering the Moderna vaccine and it's available to any PSU student taking 1+ credits.

* Students registered for 5+ credits Spring Term sign up here:
  PDX.edu/Health-Counseling/Patient-Portal

* Students registered for less than 5 credits Spring Term
  Please call 503-725-2800 to schedule your vaccine.

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