COVID-19 vaccination is a key factor in the health and safety of the UWM campus community.
UWM is partnering with the Milwaukee Health Department to host vaccination clinics during October. Clinics will be held at the UWM Student Union in the Wisconsin Room.
Pfizer vaccine will be available. Booster doses are available for individuals who are eligible, in addition to individuals receiving their first or second dose of vaccine. Please bring your vaccine card or proof of vaccine via the Wisconsin Immunization Registry if you have received previous vaccinations.
These are walk-in clinics, however it is recommended that individuals pre-register with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to save time the day of the clinic. Once pre-registered, individuals can sign up for an appointment at other Wisconsin public health-sponsored vaccine clinics in the area, as an alternative to UWM’s walk-in clinics. Pre-registration is not tied to a specific UWM clinic, but allows an individual to complete the necessary consent and other demographic information required for vaccine administration in advance.
|Tuesday, Oct. 5||10 a.m. – 3 p.m.||UWM Student Union|
|Wednesday, Oct. 13||1-5 p.m.||UWM Student Union|
|Tuesday, Oct. 19||1-5 p.m.||UWM Student Union|
|Wednesday, Oct. 27||10 a.m. – 3 p.m.||UWM Student Union|
UWM students also may schedule an appointment for vaccination at the Norris Health Center on the main campus. Call 414-229-4716.
Visit vaccines.gov to find COVID-19 vaccinations in any community.
All COVID-19 vaccinations are free of charge. The federal government is providing the vaccine for free to anyone living in the United States, regardless of immigration or health insurance status.
Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 site for answers to frequently asked questions.
Advocate Aurora Health also has provided the following resources:
- Top 10 things you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine (PDF)
- How safe is the COVID-19 vaccine? (PDF)
- The COVID-19 vaccine: Myths and Facts
- VIDEO: Questions about the vaccine? Here are the answers.
- COVID-19 Vaccination FAQ