COVID-19 Vaccination Information

University of Arizona COVID-19 Vaccination Information

After six months of operation, and more than 240,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine dispensed to members of the Southern Arizona community, the University of Arizona POD officially closed Friday, June 25. There are still many ways to get vaccinated.


While it has been highly visible, the POD was just one of many interconnected operations related to the state and county vaccination campaigns. The University’s freezer farm will continue to operate, storing vaccine that will be distributed throughout Southern Arizona via the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Mobile Health Unit program and partners such as the Pima County Health Department. 

Who can get vaccinated?

COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and our best shot at getting back to normal.

Anyone 12 years and older can get vaccinated. The University is not requiring that students get vaccinated. However, the University strongly encourages vaccination to protect yourself and the community.

Find Your Vaccine

If you’re in Tucson, you can receive your vaccine at several locations across Pima County. If you’re outside of Tucson, check VaccineFinder for availability in your area. 

Campus Health is offering COVID-19 vaccines (first doses, second doses, Pfizer and Moderna Booster doses) at no cost to benefits-eligible employees, designated campus colleagues and students through at least the end of the fall semester. Visit the Campus Health website for more information. 

By Phone:

Those without computer access or needing extra help registering can call one of the help lines below to be connected with someone who can assist in English or Spanish: 

844-542-8201 or 602-542-1000

Need help finding a second dose?

Those who received their first dose at the POD prior to closure can get their second dose at the Campus Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Upload Your Vaccine Document 

Uploading your vaccine document will help the University track our progress towards campus immunity. More than 38,000 Wildcats (as of January 21st, 2022) have already completed their upload!  

Please remember to not ask students or employees about their vaccination status. Vaccination status does not serve as a basis to limit student involvement in any academic activity.


Declare that you were vaccinated in Arizona For employees only

If you were vaccinated in Arizona, your vaccination can be verified through the Arizona State Immunization Information System without uploading your vaccine documentation.


Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the State Department of Health Services FAQ page for more information.

University of Arizona employees, visit the University Employee Vaccine page for more information. 

University of Arizona students, visit the COVID-19 Vaccination page for more information.