Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement

All students, faculty and staff on the Ann Arbor (including Michigan Medicine), Dearborn and Flint campuses are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit their vaccination information
Contact the Campus COVID-19 Call Center if you need assistance submitting your information. The Call Center can be reached at 734-936-7000, Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The university is providing limited exemptions to the COVID-19 Vaccination Policy for medical or religious reasons. The form to submit an exemption request can be found here

U-M community members also can use the form to apply for a temporary postponement (formerly known as a deferral) if they are unable to obtain a vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization in their hometown or country of origin. Those requesting a temporary postponement agree to immediately schedule a COVID-19 vaccination upon arrival to campus or as soon as an authorized vaccine is available to them.

Read the U-M COVID-19 Vaccination Policy here.

To learn more about vaccination exemptions, including next steps for those granted or denied exemptions, visit: https://campusblueprint.umich.edu/vaccine/exemption

Don't Miss Your Shot

COVID-19 vaccinations are safe, free and require no medical insurance. They also are readily available at a number of vaccination clinics, pharmacies, and health care providers on campus and in the Ann Arbor community.

All students, faculty and staff (regular and temporary) on the three U-M campuses, including Michigan Medicine,  are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit their vaccination information. This includes all remote, regular and temporary employees.

As a reminder, U-M employees are eligible to use up to two hours of paid release time per vaccine dose. Additional information is available through U-M Human Resources.

Have questions about the vaccine?


Students, faculty and staff from all three campuses and Michigan Medicine can speak with advisers ready to answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and its safety.


Students
Sign up here for a Zoom consultation with a clinician or nurse from the University Health Service. Advisers are available for sessions on weekdays from 8-10 a.m.


Employees
Speak with a trained adviser by phone on weekdays from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The phone number is 734-764-8021, and callers should select prompt No. 2.


*Advisers will not offer medical advice or address issues related to human resources or university policy.

Vaccination Opportunities

  • Use Vaccines.gov to find a location offering the COVID-19 vaccine near you, then call or visit their website to make an appointment.
  • The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services also provides information, by county, on available vaccines and how to make an appointment.

University Health Service:

  • UHS offers the Moderna vaccine on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Patients can self schedule through their patient portal. To register through the patient portal visit: https://uhs.umich.edu/​portal-register. Additional instructions on how to schedule via the portal are available here

Occupational Health Services:

  • OHS offers the two-dose Pfizer vaccine for university employees by appointment only. Employees coming to OHS for their vaccination must have their UMID and their vaccination card, if coming for a second-dose vaccination. Employees can review available times and sign up here.

Michigan Medicine: 

  • Vaccination clinics are located at the North Campus Research Complex Building 200, Brighton Health Center, and Northville Health Center.  See the Your Vaccination Appointment page for maps and other details specific to these locations.
  • Appointments can be scheduled online through the MyUofMHealth patient portal. If you do not have a portal account, you can schedule an appointment by calling 734-763-6336. At the prompt, press 1 for COVID-19 vaccinations and then 2 to speak with an agent.
  • You do not have to be an established Michigan Medicine patient to schedule an appointment, but you do need a Michigan Medicine medical record number (MRN). Please call 734-936-4990 to set up an MRN before scheduling an appointment.

Know Before You Go

Before you schedule your vaccination, you:

  • Should not have an active infection with COVID-19 in the past 10 days
  • Must not be in quarantine at the time of vaccination
  • Must not have received any other vaccines for 14 days prior to receiving a COVID-19 vaccination
  • Must not have not received monoclonal antibody therapy in the previous 90 days
  • Must be available to receive both doses of vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna only. J&J vaccines are one-dose.)
  • If you have one, please bring your insurance card to your appointment.

Zoom Backgrounds

Help spread the word about getting vaccinated. Download and use some of these colorful Zoom backgrounds encouraging others to "Don't Miss Your Shot."

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"Although masks and social distancing can help us keep cases down for now, ultimately vaccination is what will help us get back to something that feels more like normal. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 not only protects you but also protects everyone else."
Chief Health Officer Preeti Malani
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FAQs

For more information related to COVID-19, COVID-PTO, and the workplace, please visit the U-M Human Resources FAQs.