Vaccination Clinic for UW-Stout Students, Staff, and their Families
Friday, January 28, 2022
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Memorial Student Center Ballrooms A, B, and C
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services and UW-Stout are hosting a vaccination clinic for UW-Stout students, staff, and their families. Anyone 12 and over can come to the clinic. Minors must be accompanied by a parent. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson vaccines will be available. First doses will be available. You can select a vaccine other than what was given for your primary vaccine.
Boosters will be available for anyone:
- 5 months after the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine
- 2 months after Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
How to Register
Preregistration is preferred but walk-ins are welcome.
- Please leave the Registration Code as is.
- Enter the captcha code on the screen to proceed
- Enter your information and answer the screening questions
- NO Insurance information needed
- Agree to the attestations
- Change the date range to include January 28
- Select one of the time slots – and then you’re done!
Register for the COVID Vaccine
Our best defense against COVID-19 is the vaccine and staying current with available booster doses. If you have not been vaccinated or received your booster dose, please consider doing so. We strongly encourage all of our faculty, staff, and students to be fully vaccinated and have their booster prior to the start of classes. In addition to reducing the risk of serious illness or hospitalization, the vaccine and booster can limit your need to quarantine if you are identified as a close contact.
If you have been fully vaccinated, defined as two weeks after receiving your final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and have not yet uploaded your information, you may do so here. Your vaccination information is treated as high-risk data under Wisconsin law and UW System policy. The information is submitted using a Microsoft form on a secure server through an encrypted connection. It is also encrypted in storage and is only available to specific individuals on a need-to-know basis.
The more students that are vaccinated, the greater the likelihood we can prevent outbreaks, keep our campus community safe and healthy, and enjoy all the things we appreciate most about UW-Stout and Dunn Country. Educate yourself about the vaccine online. If you have not yet been vaccinated and need assistance in accessing the vaccine, Wisconsin residents can find information here and Minnesota students can find information here.