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Free Vaccination Pop-Up Clinics On Campus Jan. 14, Jan. 21

January 12, 2022, 4:30 p.m. CST

COVID-19 vaccines will be available at no cost from 12 to 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 14 and Friday, Jan. 21 through the Texas A&M Health Maroon Line Clinic, which will be stationed in the exhibit hall at Rudder Theater Complex.

The vaccines are for students, faculty and staff.

Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available for first, second and third doses, as well as boosters. A full third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is given to immunocompromised patients.

Shots will be given only to those age 12 and older.

No scheduling is required, but organizers are urging people to be in line no later than 3 p.m. to ensure receiving a vaccine. 

Please bring your prior vaccine card (or, at minimum, a picture of it) for confirmation of prior vaccine timing, as well as which shot was administered. The card will be updated with Friday's vaccine.

Other Vaccine Sites

  • Check here for on-campus vaccine locations and here for off campus sites, including CVS, Walgreens and other stores. If you're not certain about when you should get the booster, the CDC explains it here.
  • Texas A&M Health Family Care clinic off 29th Street in Bryan is offering vaccines by appointment each Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. Insurance is accepted but not required. Call 979-776-8440 to schedule a vaccine appointment.

Free Testing On Campus/At-Home Test Kits Available

At-home COVID-19 test kits are being made available by Texas A&M University to all students, staff and faculty starting Thursday, Jan. 13.

Visit A&M's request site and fill out the required form prior to pick up. You will receive an email with a receipt that has your number on it, which is needed to pick up the kits at four locations across campus. More details here. Please plan on allowing extra time in case there is a line.

No home tests will be given out Monday, Jan. 17 due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

However, the kiosks on campus will be open for testing. The Aggie community can continue to be tested with the more sensitive PCR COVID-19 tests at one of several Curative on-campus locations.

For the at-home tests, we are asking students, faculty and staff to pick up no more than two boxes (two tests in each box) per week.

For COVID-19 protocol updates, check this site on a regular basis.