University Health Service

All individuals age 16 and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in the state of Michigan. 


The university has arranged vaccination opportunities for U-M students. For details, please see Maize and BluePrint Student Vaccine Information.


Top tips for COVID vaccination:

  • Sign up, then cancel if not needed: Sign up for wait-lists. Schedule an appointment. Then be sure to cancel what you don't need so others can get vaccinated. 

  • Location, location, location: If you are receiving a two-dose vaccine, you'll need to return to the same location to receive your second dose. Ask yourself: Can I return to [location] to get my second dose?

  • Vaccine type:  To compare, you can see Different COVID-19 Vaccines, from the CDC.


Students, faculty and staff are asked to complete the Blue Queue survey to indicate interest in vaccination against COVID-19.


Michigan Medicine patients will be invited to schedule an appointment when they are eligible. 

Michigan Medicine provides helpful information at:


Other sources of vaccine:

  • Washtenaw County Health Department provides information about eligibility for vaccination in this county, a link for their clinic appointment scheduling, plus a list of ALL Vaccine Providers in Washtenaw County 
  • Pharmacies:
  • Dr. B website connects individuals for COVID-19 vaccine that's leftover from clinics and that would need to be used quickly.
  • VaccineMI.com is a community-driven effort to help Michigan residents access up-to-date information about vaccine availability throughout the state
  • State of Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccine website
  • Michigan residents who don’t have access to the internet or who need assistance navigating the vaccine scheduling process can call the COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 (press 1):
    • Monday - Friday, 8 am- 5 pm 
    • Saturday & Sunday, 8 am - 1 pm

For U-M international students, scholars and employees

U-M International Center offers guidance at Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine


If you have been fully vaccinated:


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