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Vaccine Registration Updates

Pfizer vaccines are available for faculty, staff and students ages 16 and over by reservation only. Vaccine supply is limited and not everyone requesting vaccination will get a reservation. For more information on guidelines, available vaccination dates, and to register, visit the Student Health Center's COVID-19 Vaccination Information website.

April 14 Update

Vaccines available for Texas State Students

Any student over the age of 16 can get vaccinated at no cost at a Texas State University weekly vaccination event on our San Marcos Campus. Plans are also being made to offer vaccinations on the Round Rock Campus. Read the full message from the Vice President for Student Affairs.

March 23 Update

COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Update

Texas State University had its first vaccination event on the San Marcos Campus on March 12th.  Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines were administered to 574 persons.  Weekly vaccinations are planned for either the San Marcos or Round Rock Campuses if vaccine is available. An e-mail will be sent to faculty, staff and students each week with a link to request a reservation for vaccination. Read the full message to faculty, staff, and students from the Chief Medical Officer.

March 9 Update

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Texas State has received 800 vaccine doses as part of a new collaboration between the university and Hays County. Texas State will hold a vaccination event in the LBJ Student Center Grand Ballroom on the San Marcos Campus for Phase 1A and Phase 1B priority groups on Friday, March 12th. Read the full message to faculty, staff, and students from the Chief Medical Officer.