Student Vaccination Clinics 

Campbell University strongly encourages everyone, including all students, to get the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The University will provide the two-dose Moderna vaccine free to students during a clinic on main campus Wednesday, April 21. Students must be at least 18 years old to receive the Moderna vaccine.

Students who receive the vaccine will need a second dose on Friday, May 21. The University will hold a second dose clinic that day. If returning to campus is inconvenient, students should sign up to receive the second dose at their local pharmacy or health department.

Learn more about the Moderna vaccine →

Clinics details 

Wednesday, April 21 (First dose) 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Second-floor ballroom, Oscar N. Harris Student Union 

Friday, April 21 (Second dose) 
Time and location TBA

Schedule a vaccine appointment

Questions or concerns?

Email Dr. Dennis Bazemore, Chair of the Health and Safety Committee, at custudentlife@campbell.edu or call 910-893-1540. 

 

FAQs

Students will receive the Moderna vaccine.

There is no cost to students or staff, however, we may bill insurance for an administrative fee.  There are no deductible or copay costs to the student or employee.

 

Currently, vaccination is strongly suggested but not required. The greater the percentage of students and employees that get the vaccine, the greater the likelihood that we will be able to bet back to normal campus life.

Yes. While an infection does provide some immunity for a period of time, the vaccine provides a longer period of immunity and better protection against new variant strains. 

Students under the age of 18 are not currently approved under the FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to receive either the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines; however, the Pfizer vaccine is approved under the EUA for those age 16 and older.