All WSU and WSU Tech students and employees (18 or older) who are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine third dose or booster can receive a free COVID-19 vaccination through Student Health Services.
To be eligible for the third dose or booster Pfizer vaccine, all three of the following criteria must be met:
- Received two doses of Pfizer vaccine: A COVID vaccination card or other documentation is required to show proof of first two doses. It is not allowed or approved to receive a Pfizer booster if your first two vaccinations were Moderna or Johnson & Johnson.
- Received the second Pfizer dose six months before the booster.
- Fall into one or more of the following groups:
- Age 18 years and older with one or more underlying conditions
- Age 18 years and older with increased risk of COVID-19 because of workplace or institutional setting
For more information on booster eligibility requirements, visit the Sedgwick County website.
On-campus third dose or booster vaccination clinics are in WSU Student Health Services, which is located inside the YMCA on the WSU campus. Check-in for vaccination appointments will be located inside the WSU Student Wellness Center.
On-campus first and second dose Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccinations can be received through the Sedgwick County Health Department vaccine clinics on the WSU main campus. There are two walk-in vaccination clinics available: noon to 4 p.m. Wednesdays at the Wichita State YMCA and 1-4 p.m. Thursdays at Koch Arena.
To schedule an appointment, sign in to myWSU and go to the Home tab under the WSU logo in the top left corner. Then go to “Schedule Your COVID Vaccine Appointment” link on the left-hand side under “COVID-19 Toolkit.”
For anyone receiving vaccination through SHS, please follow these directions to save you time and to help SHS conserve our limited supply of vaccines:
- You are required to bring your Covid vaccination card to prove documentation of your first and secibd Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations.
- You will receive an email confirmation with your appointment date and time. Please keep your scheduled appointment.
- If you cannot keep your appointment, please cancel in a timely fashion so the appointment time is available for others. The option to cancel your appointment is in the confirmation email.
- Bring the completed Dispense Assist form and your WSU ID, or other form of ID, with you for the appointment.
- DO NOT arrive earlier than 10 minutes prior to your appointment time.
- All individuals will be required to complete a 15- to 30-minute observation period after receiving the vaccine.
Other vaccine options
To schedule an appointment at a county site, go the Sedgwick County page or vaccinefinder.org.
Please review Frequently Asked Questions for additional information. If your question is not covered in the FAQ list, please email email@example.com. Watch WSU Today and the WSU COVID-19 vaccine website for updated information.