NDSU is set to hold free COVID-19 vaccine clinics on campus Wednesday, March 31, and Wednesday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. The clinic, offering the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, is open to all NDSU students and personnel.
“We are partnering with Sanford Health to offer this clinic to make it convenient for students to get vaccinated because transportation across town can sometimes be a barrier. We want to do our part in achieving herd immunity in our community and keeping everyone safe,” said Patricia Dirk, Student Health Service director.
“NDSU is thrilled to partner with Sanford Health to offer this vaccination clinic for our students, faculty and staff. We are also grateful to the many pharmacy and nursing students and faculty in the College of Health Professions who have stepped up to volunteer their time as vaccinators for the clinic,” said Laura Oster-Aaland, vice provost for student affairs and enrollment management.
Participants must complete the scheduling survey. The instructions are:
- Go thttps://apps.ndsu.edu/event-registration, and click on COVID-19 Vaccination
- Find a time on the table that shows open reservations (the reserved count column will have a number less than six)
- Click the hyperlink of the “title” column. You’ll go to a page with a description of the appointment and time.
- Click the “Register” link. You’ll be prompted to enter your NDSU credentials.
- After your registration is complete, you will receive an email confirming your appointment. Please review, as this will be the only confirmation of your appointment you will receive.
- Call the IT Help Desk if you have any issues with your registration at 701-231-8685.
- Call Student Health Service at 231-7331 with questions related to the vaccine or its administration.
Insurance information will be collected at the time of vaccination, so participants are asked to bring that information. If you do not have insurance, you are still able to be vaccinated.
Information about NDSU’s “Protect the Herd” campaign can be found online.
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