University Health Services To Host Spring Semester Flu Shot Clinics
Penn State University Health Services (UHS) will offer flu vaccine clinics to students throughout January. The clinics will be offered at on-campus commons buildings to make getting a flu shot convenient for Penn State students.
The clinics will all be offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the following locations on campus:
- Thursday, January 18, at Findlay Commons in East Halls
- Monday, January 22, at Warnock Commons in North Halls
- Friday, January 26, at Waring Commons in West Halls
- Tuesday, January 30, at Redifer Commons in South Halls
Students interested in attending must schedule appointments in advance using myUHS to complete any required forms and upload health insurance information. Those with insurance information already registered with UHS should also verify their information is still accurate as insurance plans may have been adjusted for the new year. Walk-ins will not be permitted for the clinics.
Registered attendees should also bring their Penn State ID+ card with them to their selected clinic location.
The clinics are being offered as part of UHS’ #FightFluPSU campaign, which aims to spread awareness to students about getting the flu shot and offer vaccination opportunities.
Students can learn more about the benefits of receiving a flu shot and more information about the on-campus clinics on UHS’ website.
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