‭(Hidden)‬ Upcoming Vaccination Clinic

​Portage County Health and Human Services - Division of Public Health is offering a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on campus.

When: Thursday, May 12, 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

Location: Lower DeBot conference room, Stevens Point campus

Open to all students and employees.  You will need to wait 15-30 minutes after vaccination for observation depending on medical history.

Both Pfizer and Janssen (J&J) vaccine will be available for all individuals aged 18 years and older who need their primary series of COVID vaccine. 

Need a booster? Only Pfizer will be available for booster doses.  Individuals who have received Moderna vaccine are able to receive Pfizer for a booster dose. Please review information here regarding who is eligible for booster doses.

Bring the following with you:

  • Vaccination card
  • Insurance card

The vaccination is free, however, public health can be reimbursed an administration fee. There is no cost to getting vaccinated.  No one will be turned away for not presenting insurance.

Where to get vaccinated

Vaccines are available at numerous local pharmacies, health care providers and public health clinics. To find a location near you, go to the COVID-19 vaccine provider map or www.vaccines.gov.

UWSP Students can receive the COVID vaccine through Student Health Service (for additional information, see below).


UWSP Students!
Receive the COVID vaccine from Student Health Service!

Student Health Services in Delzell Hall:

  • Walk in Mondays and Thursdays, 1 - 3 p.m.; Wednesdays, 9 - 11 a.m.
  • Call for an appointment weekdays at 715-346-4646.

Booster shots:

Students requesting a "booster" dose of COVID vaccine should visit the CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot site for more information prior to calling Student Health Service at 715-346-4646 to discuss their options.

Additional Information:


Already vaccinated or boosted?

Instructions: Submit a scan of your vaccination record, either from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry or your COVID-19 vaccine card.

You are exempt when you receive confirmation of exemption via email from the COVID-19 Hotline. Those unable to use the online option may contact the COVID-19 Hotline to discuss other arrangements. Email or call the hotline at 715-346-2619. (Do NOT email a copy of your vaccine record.)