University of Arizona COVID-19 State Vaccination Site Information

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The University of Arizona is transitioning to a high-capacity state vaccination site that will eventually operate 24/7 and serve up to 6,000 people per day. It is located on the University of Arizona Mall.

Who can get vaccinated?

Due to the current limited initial supply of vaccine, Arizona is distributing both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines using a phased approach. Currently, the state is in Prioritized Phase 1B, which includes employees in K-12 and higher education as well as childcare workers. This includes all UArizona faculty, staff, campus affiliates and associates, graduate assistants and associates, and student workers. Prioritized Phase 1B also includes people aged 65+ and protective services workers.

Family members who are not in Prioritized Phase 1B must wait until their group is eligible for vaccination.

Registration & Appointments

The transition to a state site will add more appointments that will begin on Feb. 18. Registration for these appointments will open at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the link below.

NOTE: When registering, University of Arizona employees need to identify themselves as an Educator.

By Phone:

Those without computer access or needing extra help registering can call:

602-542-1000

Where to Go (Appointment required)

The drive-through clinic is located east end of the University of Arizona Mall. From North Campbell Avenue, turn west onto University Boulevard. Follow the signs that are posted along the Mall.

The sit-down clinic is located at the Ina E. Gittings Building, 1737 E. University Blvd., Room 129, which is on the north side of the Mall, just west of North Campbell Avenue.

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Hours of Operation

Starting the week of Feb. 22, the University of Arizona POD expects to be open Monday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Drive-Through Vaccination Process

  1. Make an appointment online or over the phone. When you register online, you will fill out a survey that includes your contact information and you will see a messaging saying you will be contacted soon.
  2. Bring your photo ID and proof of employment, such as an employee ID, pay stub, or letter from a family who utilizes your in-home services. When you reach the University of Arizona Mall, you will be given instructions on where to park.
  3. Keep your mask on and roll up your sleeve to receive your vaccination from a health care professional.
  4. Wait about 15 minutes so that health care staff can monitor for any adverse reactions to the vaccine.
  5. Take home post-vaccination information, including details about your second dose appointment. It is important that the same product be used for both dosed. The University of Arizona will be providing both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Sit-Down Vaccination Process

  1. Make an appointment online or over the phone. When you register online, you will fill out a survey that includes your contact information and you will see a messaging saying you will be contacted soon.
  2. Bring your photo ID and proof of employment, such as an employee ID, pay stub, or letter from a family who utilizes your in-home services.
  3. Keep your mask on and roll up your sleeve to receive your vaccination from a health care professional.
  4. Wait about 15 minutes so that health care staff can monitor for any adverse reactions to the vaccine.
  5. Take home post-vaccination information, including details about your second dose appointment. It is important that the same product be used for both dosed. The University of Arizona will be providing both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Bring Your Mask

Everyone coming to the vaccination site is asked to wear a mask the entire time they are at the site. The health care professionals administering vaccinations will be wearing personal protective equipment and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of those visiting campus.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

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