Students who are still looking to get the vaccine should check with their personal health care provider, local health departments and pharmacies in their area.
According to the CDC, the flu vaccine will be more important than ever in the 2020–21 flu season because of the potential for the flu and COVID-19 to be spreading at the same time. Flu vaccinations protect individuals, prevent additional stress on health care resources, and decrease the chances of a flu outbreak masking a COVID-19 outbreak.
Review the CDC’s frequently asked questions about flu and COVID-19.
Employee Flu Vaccine Submission Information
Please follow the instructions here to submit your flu vaccine information.
At this time, a COVID-19 vaccination is not anticipated as a requirement for the upcoming academic year. Students and employees will be notified if there are new or updated immunization requirements for the system or this campus.
Consistent with state law, the UT System has required certain vaccinations for incoming students for years. As with those vaccinations, exemptions from these requirements can be made for medical, religious, or other reasons.
Students should submit exemption documentation through the process outlined in the University Health Center's information about immunization requirements.