Flu shot clinics are available on select days September through November at the Michigan Union, Michigan League and Pierpont Commons in Ann Arbor. In order to maintain proper social distancing, you must schedule an appointment.
Who can Attend:
To reduce the density of people on campus, this year’s flu shot clinics are only open to U-M faculty, staff and students.* Must be at least 18 years old.
- Those covered under an accepted health insurance plan will not have to pay out-of-pocket. Please bring your insurance card.
- U-M faculty and staff not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by check or credit card.
- Students can receive a free flu shot even if not covered by an accepted plan.
Flu Shot Appointments:
In order to maintain proper social distancing, you must schedule an appointment.
Make a flu shot appointment and view a list of accepted health plans.
Please note the following before attending your flu shot appointment:
- Arrive promptly at the start of your appointment time
- Maintain social distance of at least 6 feet at the clinic
- Do not attend the flu clinic if you don't feel well
- What to Wear:
- Wear a mask/face covering
- Wear clothing that allows the shot to be administered in the upper arm
- What to Bring:
- Bring your own pen for writing
- Bring your health insurance card
Clinics are available through a collaboration between Michigan Visiting Care, MHealthy and University Health Service. For more information, email UMFluClinics@med.umich.edu or call 734-975-3225.
* Michigan Medicine faculty, staff, medical/nursing students and volunteers can receive free flu vaccinations at flu clinics across the medical campus. Vaccines are also available at U-M Occupational Health Services in the Med Inn Building or from clinical unit flu liaisons. New this year, registration will be required for all flu shot clinics. More information and a list of options are available at med.umich.edu/u/flu.
To reduce the need to come to campus, if you are working remotely, or are a spouse/other qualified adult or retiree, you can receive your flu vaccination at your doctor’s office, local clinic or network immunizing pharmacy. When your shot is administered at a pharmacy, you must provide either your medical or prescription drug insurance card. Don’t use both cards or there could be confusion. Learn more.