NC State University
Location on campus: Student Health Services
Helpful Tips for Your Appointment:
-If you are here for a 2nd dose appointment, please remember your CDC Vaccine Record Card! You can also download a copy of your vaccination record using these instructions!
- People who have received all recommended doses of a COVID-19 vaccine that is approved for use by the WHO do not need any additional doses with an FDA-approved or FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine.
People who have not received all the recommended doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved for use by the WHO may be offered a complete, FDA-approved or FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine series. https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/agency/who/
NOTE: If have received 2 doses of Novavax through a clinical trials you are considered fully vaccinated and do not need additional doses at this time.
- Anyone who enters the United States not fully vaccinated by a COVID vaccine approved or authorized by the World Health Organization or US FDA should self-quarantine for 7 days. During this quarantine, you should NOT attend an immunization appointment to receive immunizations, including COVID vaccine. For more Information, please visit the Office of International Students Quarantine Guidance Webpage.
-Appointment will generally take 20-35 minutes. Please be on time, or you may risk losing your appointment.
-We are open to minors age 12 and up for the Pfizer vaccine. If you are below the age of 18, please have a parental guardian present for your appointment.
-Please enter through the Student Health main lobby and follow the signs for the PackVax Clinic to check-in
-Parking is provided in the designated COVID testing/vaccine spots on Cates Avenue across from Student Health
-Please remember to bring your NCSU ID or another form of ID.
Below are links to the vaccine information fact sheets specific to each vaccine brand for your review:
Pfizer Recipient Fact Sheet
Moderna Recipient Fact Sheet
Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) Recipient Fact Sheet
|| NC State PackVax Clinic