Vaccination Updates News Archive

Get vaccinated and get a gift certificate! On-campus walk-up vaccine clinic Tuesday, April 13
Marshall University and the Cabell-Huntington Health Department will be hosting a walk-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. next Tuesday, April 13, in the Don Morris Room on the third floor of the Memorial Student Center. The vaccine that will be used is Johnson & Johnson, which requires just one
On-campus walk-up vaccine clinic for students Tuesday, April 6
Marshall University and the Cabell-Huntington Health Department will be hosting a walk-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, in the Don Morris Room on the third floor of the Memorial Student Center. No appointment is necessary and there is no charge for the vaccine. The university
COVID-19 walk-up vaccine clinics now open to Marshall students
University health and safety officials have collaborated with the Cabell-Huntington Health Department to make free COVID-19 vaccinations available to Marshall students through clinics in Cabell County. Walk-ups are welcome. No appointment is necessary. Marshall students have the following two clinic options, starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 31: **St. Mary’s Education Center (tents in parking lot on the east
For Students: Additional opportunity to sign up to receive COVID-19 vaccination
As announced in an e-mail message last week, higher education institutions in West Virginia MAY be receiving COVID-19 vaccine for students before the end of this semester. This is a follow-up message to give students who missed the initial message or who have changed their minds about getting the COVID-19 vaccine an opportunity to sign
IMPORTANT: Student COVID-19 Vaccination Survey
Marshall University health and safety officials were notified earlier today that higher education institutions in West Virginia MAY be receiving COVID-19 vaccine for students before the end of this semester. We have been asked to survey our students about their willingness to receive the vaccine IF IT IS OFFERED. If you are a current student
Additional opportunity to sign up to receive COVID-19 vaccinations through university
Marshall University health and safety officials have just been informed that the university may be receiving additional COVID-19 vaccine for employees—above the amount requested in January based on responses to the first three surveys. This is a follow-up message to give employees who may have missed the other surveys or who have changed their minds about getting the
Vaccination Update
This is an update on employee COVID-19 vaccination efforts at Marshall University. A total of 1,793 Marshall employees requested vaccination through the three surveys in December and earlier this month. As of today, the university has received enough vaccine to give the first dose to 838 employees and students enrolled in clinicals this semester. This
Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Information for Students
Required Return-to-Campus Testing All on-campus students must be tested for COVID-19 immediately upon arriving for the spring semester. Residence hall students received return-to-campus testing information with their move-in instructions from Housing and Residence Life. More information is available on their Spring 2021 Move-In and Semester FAQs website. Non-residence hall students who will be on campus
IMPORTANT: Employee vaccination waiting list closes tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 15
Shortly before noon today, we were notified by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission that tomorrow (Friday) is the deadline to make a final request for COVID-19 vaccine for our employees. If you are not yet on the list and want to be vaccinated, you must visit this link to be added to the