COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
Updated Jan. 20, 2022
Large-Scale Booster Clinics
On Sunday, Jan. 23 and Monday, Jan. 24 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. the campus will conduct two large-scale COVID-19 booster clinics in the Campus Center for faculty, staff and students. While we strongly encourage all students to get boosted before returning to campus, these clinics will provide them and others in our campus community an opportunity to get boosted prior to the start of classes Jan. 25.
Please book your appointment online. You will need to login with your Net ID and password, then choose an appointment window in 15 minute blocks and your preferred vaccine. Walk-Ins will be accepted, but we encourage everyone to book an appointment.
UMass remains committed to serving our region. Following the campus-specific booster clinics, the community vaccine clinic will reopen on Thursday, Jan. 27 and Friday, Jan. 28. Sign-up for appointments will begin on the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 25. Please visit the PHPC Vaccine Clinic page to book an appointment.
In partnership with Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration, UMass Amherst continues to make vaccination appointments available at the university’s public COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
The vaccination clinic is run by the university’s Public Health Promotion Center (PHPC), in collaboration with the College of Nursing.
The clinic is being held at the UMass Amherst Campus Center, 1 Campus Center Way. Free parking is available at the nearby Campus Center Parking Garage.
Boosters are recommended for everyone 12 years and older if it has been five months since receiving the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or two months since the single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Boosters are required for all eligible students, faculty and staff for the Spring 2022 semester.
The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster is available to anyone age 18 and older. The Pfizer COVID-19 booster is available to anyone age 12 and older.
You are eligible for a booster if:
- Moderna: It has been at least five months since your second dose
- Pfizer: It has been at least five months since your second dose
- Johnson & Johnson: It has been at least two months since your single dose
You can mix and match vaccines. You do not need to get the same vaccine brand for your booster and your original COVID-19 vaccination. If you are age 12-17, you can only get a Pfizer booster.
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We recommend preparing in advance of beginning the registration process. Please have this information in hand to make the process more efficient, as we expect high demand for appointments. You will be booking your first and second doses at the same time.
- Date of birth
- Physical address
- Phone number
You must have access to the email account that you use for registration for official confirmation purposes.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You DO NOT have an appointment until you receive a confirmation email with the date and time of your appointment as well as a QR Code, needed for your visit to the clinic.
Insurance is not required to be vaccinated, but if you do have insurance, we ask that you also enter the following:
- Insurance company name
- Insurance ID number
- Subscriber's name
Medicare insurance holders: If you have a Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan, please enter your Medicare insurance card information (referred to as the red, white, and blue Medicare card). More Info
if you are not able to sign up during this round of registration, please check back for updates.