Vaccine Requirements for Fall 2021
All fifty states are now vaccinating people ages 16 and older. There are several ways to make an appointment to be vaccinated, and some locations may have walk-up availability.
Maryland Higher Education Commission has worked closely with the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) to identify “University Days” at various mass vaccination sites throughout Maryland. This means that campus community members, including students, faculty, and staff, can directly access vaccination appointments.
Steps to Schedule an Appointment
Ripken Stadium, 873 Long Drive, Aberdeen, MD 21001
Navy-Marine Corp Stadium, 550 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401
M&T Bank Stadium/Ravens Stadium, 1101 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230
The above passcodes are unique to the “University Day” opportunity and only campus community members may use it to select an appointment.
For Your Appointment
We will continue to announce additional University Days at other mass vaccination sites throughout Maryland as they become available. If by chance these University Days do not work for you, we encourage all Marylanders to make a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at a state run mass vaccination site at covidvax.maryland.gov. or by calling the COVID-19 Vaccination Support Center at 1-855-MDGOVAX.
The university is working with vaccination partners to administer vaccines to our campus community. Details on vaccine appointments are shared with the community and posted here as they become available.
Administrative leave for vaccine appointments is available to regular and Contingent II staff and faculty. Please review more details on available time and how to use it.
Whether you receive your vaccine on or off campus, please continue to help us accurately measure the campus vaccination rate by self-reporting your vaccine status through the university's Daily Symptom Check.
We value input from our campus community. Please fill out our feedback form to share suggestions or report concerns about health and safety on campus.
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