COVID-19 Vaccination Information and Resources

Vaccine Opportunities for Students and Employees

UTA students and employees are strongly encouraged to participate in COVID-19 vaccinations if they are able.


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Bivalent COVID-19 boosters, flu vaccines available on campus Wednesday, Nov. 16

UTA will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on campus 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, to provide students, staff, and faculty convenient, free access to the bivalent booster dose recommended by the CDC. Flu vaccines will also be available and can be received in tandem with a booster.


COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

The COVID-19 vaccine is widely available in Arlington and surrounding communities. To find a readily available vaccine near you, enter your zip code into the CDC's COVID-19 vaccine finder.

Find A Vaccine

Students can receive the COVID-19 vaccine free of charge through Health Services. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 817-272-2771. If you make an appointment to receive your first dose, Health Services staff will assist you with scheduling an appointment for your second dose.



Interested employees and students can receive their vaccine at any Texas Health Resources pop-up vaccine clinic. These clinics are open to the public, but UTA employees and students have priority access.

Texas Health is administering the Pfizer vaccine. The pop-up clinics are for your first dose ONLY. In most cases, the date of your second dose will be provided when you get your first dose.

Texas Health has provided additional information and FAQs at TexasHealth.org/vaccine.


Monitor Eligibility and Availability

UTA students and employees are encouraged to monitor corresponding county public health websites for more information regarding available vaccines.

REPORT COVID-19 DIAGNOSIS

UTA students and employees that have tested positive for COVID-19 are required to complete the Personal Diagnosis Form.

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