Drop into a Campus Vaccination Clinic

A health care worker putting a bandaid on someone's arm after getting a vaccination

U-M faculty and staff have several options for receiving their vaccinations: 

Michigan Medicine and Medical School

Michigan Medicine employees, learners and volunteers can get more information about getting a flu shot through Occupational Health Services

Ann Arbor Campus and UM-Dearborn 

Drop-in vaccination clinics are available to faculty, staff and students on the Ann Arbor campus and at UM-Dearborn. Clinics are provided by Michigan Medicine’s Flu/Immunization Program in collaboration with MHealthy and University Health Service. 

Ann Arbor Campus:

Ann Arbor drop-in vaccination clinics are available on select days through mid-November at several campus locations, including Michigan Union, Michigan League, Palmer Commons, Duderstadt Center and Pierpont Commons. 

Most Ann Arbor clinics will offer both flu and COVID-19 vaccines. The campus clinic schedule contains the latest information.

Dearborn Campus:

Two UM-Dearborn drop-in vaccination clinics are scheduled in October. Both flu and COVID-19 vaccines will be available.

  • Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., U-M Dearborn Fieldhouse Wellness Studio (located inside the Wellness Center)

  • Oct. 30 from 12 – 5 p.m., University Center, Kochoff Hall C

If you are planning to go to an Ann Arbor or Dearborn clinic, please bring your health insurance card. Those covered under an accepted insurance plan will not have to pay out-of-pocket. If you are not covered, you can receive a flu shot for $44, payable by check or credit card. The out-of-pocket cost for COVID-19 vaccinations will be shared when available. Attendees must be 18 or older and should wear clothing that allows the shot to be administered in the upper arm.

Off-site Vaccination Options

Faculty and staff who cannot attend a campus clinic, UM-Flint faculty and staff, and spouses/other qualified adults, dependents and retirees, can get vaccinations at their doctor’s office, local clinic or most pharmacies. 

When a vaccine is administered at a pharmacy, there is no cost when either the member’s medical or prescription drug insurance card is provided. Do not use both cards or there could be confusion. Learn more about coverage through U-M’s health plans.

Free At-⁠home COVID-⁠19 Tests

The Biden administration also recently announced every U.S. household can again order four free COVID-19 rapid antigen tests. Order free tests on the covid.gov/tests website

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