Vaccine Clinic @ SU Next Tuesday, Recently Asked Questions on Omicron, Boosters

December 2, 2021

Update (12/3/21, 3:00 p.m.): 100 More Appointment Slots Available for Dec. 7 On-Campus Vaccine Clinic

All 350 of the available vaccine appointments for next Tuesday’s Walmart Vaccine Clinic booked quickly, but our Student Health Center has worked to make 100 additional slots available on a first-come, first-served basis.

You can register here for flu and Pfizer COVID shots, including boosters. (Appointment only; no walk-ins.)

Up ahead: Another vaccine clinic is being scheduled for Dec. 14. More details will be shared next week.


Vaccine Clinic @ SU Next Tuesday

The Walmart Vaccine Clinic returns next Tuesday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Oberto Commons (200) in the Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation.

What’s available? Flu and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters, now available to all 18 years and up 

Learn more and make your appointment

Why it matters: The recent emergence of the Omicron variant reinforces the importance of vaccination, boosters and prevention. 

Recently Asked Questions About SU’s COVID Response

Q: In light of the emergence of the Omicron variant, is Seattle University making any changes to its COVID response efforts?

A: As has been the case since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, SU is continuing to base its decisions on the latest public health guidance. Much about the Omicron variant remains unknown at this time, but the university is closely monitoring any developments that might necessitate a change in our response to the virus. (Among many other sources of information, the CDC is providing updates such as this on Omicron.)

For the past two years, and particularly with our return to in-person instruction and operations this fall, our campus community has done an exemplary job of keeping one another healthy and safe, and our very low infection rate is proof of that. Whatever comes our way in the weeks and months ahead, the same practices we have followed thus far—getting vaccinated, wearing masks, distancing, etc.—will continue to be crucial.

Q: Should I get a booster shot?

A: Yes, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, everyone over the age of 18 should get a COVID booster shot. Learn more at CDC.

Q: Will Seattle University require me to document that I have received a booster shot as was the case for the first dose(s) of the vaccine?

A: At this time the university is not requiring documentation of booster shots, however it is strongly recommended that those who are 18 years or older and due for a booster receive one.

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