In an effort to get the COVID-19 vaccine to as many people as possible in the Indiana University East campus community, the on-campus clinic is now open to the public to walk-in and receive the first dose of the vaccine. This includes IU East faculty, staff, students, members of their family and friends, and the public.
Reid Health and Indiana University East are partnering to offer the COVID-19 vaccine clinic from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, at the Student Events Center (SEC). Parking will be available at the SEC and the Whitewater Parking lot. Those participating in the clinic should plan to also receive their second dose on Thursday, April 29, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the same location.
Reid Health, IU East and Ivy Tech Community College are working in collaboration with the Indiana Department of Health to provide the vaccinations. The Pfizer vaccine will be distributed. Reid Health will administer and operate the clinics. The IU East School of Nursing and Health Sciences and Ivy Tech School of Nursing will provide staffing by nursing students and faculty.
Walk-in participants will need to bring identification to the clinic in order to receive the vaccine. Anyone who has pre-registered for an appointment should plan to arrive at their scheduled time.
Any faculty, staff or students or walk-in participants are invited to attend the on-campus clinic. This includes those who do not live in Indiana.
Anyone who has previously received a COVID-19 vaccination – either one dose or two doses – will not need to register for the vaccination offered at IU East. It is advised for faculty, staff and students who have received their first dose of a vaccination to return to the same site location for the second dose.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination at IU East?
Anyone that is over age 16+ in order to receive a vaccination in Indiana. The vaccination is available to non-Indiana residents.
- If the first dose has been received at another site location, could I attend the clinic at IU East?
It is recommended for any faculty, staff, student, or community member who has received the first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccination to return to the same site for their second dose.
- Which vaccination will be distributed?
Reid Health will distribute the Pfizer vaccination at the clinic. Participants should plan to receive both doses of the vaccination at IU East.
- I am not available on April 8th, what should I do?
Please schedule a vaccine with your local provider. Information about other vaccine locations can be found at vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov/en-US/.
- Already scheduled somewhere else?
No problem. If you want to switch your appointment to one at the IU East clinic, simply schedule through the link sent from the state via email or text. Then, call 211 to cancel your existing appointment.
- Do I have to get my vaccine at IU East?
No, you don’t have to get your vaccine at the on-campus clinic. This clinic is another option to help ensure students, faculty, staff and the community have more access to the vaccine as quickly as possible.
- For further questions and answers related to COVID-19 vaccinations, visit covid.iu.edu.
- Additional information can be found at reidhealth.org/covid-vaccine.