COVID-19 Vaccination Plan at Valdosta State
Currently, the following groups are eligible for the COVID vaccine in Georgia:
- Any adult age 16 and older in Georgia
Where to be Vaccinated
VSU employees and students can make your appointment today at the Student Health Center online here.
Other Vaccine Locations
Georgia Department of Public Health: 1-844-955-1499 or https://gta-vras.powerappsportals.us/
SGMC Daily Drive-Through: https://mychart.sgmc.org/MyChart/covid19/#/
Barnes Healthcare Services & Pharmacy: https://www.barneshc.com/covid-vaccine/
Additional Locations in Georgia: https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine
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More Information on Vaccination at VSU
- Those eligible include current VSU students, faculty, and staff. Retirees, former employees, former students, and spouses or relatives of current campus community members are currently not eligible
- The current vaccine VSU has is the Pfizer vaccine
- You must be able to receive the vaccine on campus at the Student Health Center.
- The vaccine is currently not mandated
Student Health Center:
Covid-19 vaccines are administered by appointment at the Student Health Center located on Georgia Avenue across from Powell Hall.
Schedule your on campus vaccine appointment
When supplies increase, a satellite COVID-19 Vaccine site will be available by appointment in the Health Sciences and Business Administration building Miller’s Clinic located on North Campus.
When an increase in vaccine supply becomes available where mass vaccination is possible, a satellite drive-through vaccination clinic may be established at the Sustella Parking Deck.
Continue to Test. Mask. Distance.
Testing while symptomatic is still recommended – even for individuals undergoing vaccination.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also recommends that individuals who have been vaccinated for Covid-19 still need to practice mitigation strategies to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, including wearing a mask, social distancing, and diligent handwashing.