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Large-Scale Vaccine Clinic for OU Community This Friday at the OU Armory

Large-Scale Vaccine Clinic for OU Community This Friday at the OU Armory

Woman in COVID mask recieves vaccine shot from healthcare worker in foreground.

OU Health Services at Goddard Health Center has partnered with the OU Health Sciences Center to host a large-scale COVID-19 vaccine clinic for eligible members of the OU community. The one-dose Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine will be administered. To participate, you must register for an appointment time.


COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic:

  • Friday, March 26, 2021
  • 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • OU Armory
  • 290 W. Brooks St., Norman (NW of The Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium)
    • Walking to the Armory is encouraged. If driving, the Duck Pond Parking Lot or Asp Avenue Parking Facility are recommended.

Who is Eligible?

  • OU faculty, staff, and students in Norman campus programs at all geographic locations
  • The Phase 1, 2, or 3 eligible family members of OU faculty and staff
  • International and non-resident students, faculty, and staff who have permanent out-of-state or international addresses
  • All vaccine recipients must be age 18 or older

To make an appointment, register here:

This link is for use only by OU students and employees in Norman campus programs at any geographic location. It is also for the eligible family members of Norman campus program employees. The link should not be shared publicly or with individuals who are not included in the eligibility list above.
Registration is open on a first-come, first-served basis. When making an appointment, do not register your name for more than one appointment time. Duplicate registrations will be deleted. Appointments for eligible family members must be made using their name(s) and information.

Getting Ready for Your Appointment:

  • Wear a face mask and short sleeves. Your face mask must comply with OU’s masking policy and must cover your nose and mouth at all times. Short sleeves or a loose-fitting top will make it easier to expose your upper arm.
  • Bring a photo ID. Your photo ID, such as your driver’s license or university ID, is used to ensure the dose is being administered to the same person who is in the registration system. Photo IDs from another state or country will be accepted.
  • Bring your health insurance card, if you have one. Please note there is no cost to receive the vaccine, and insurance is not required.
  • Print your fast pass form. For fastest service, print out the fast pass form that you will receive via email after registering and bring it with you.
  • Locate the Armory and determine your plan to get there. The OU Armory is located at 290 W. Brooks St., directly northwest of The Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. We recommend walking to the Armory from your campus location, if possible. If you must drive, the Duck Pond Parking Lot or the Asp Avenue Parking Facility are recommended. Disability parking is available in the Asp Avenue Parking Facility. When you arrive, enter the Armory through either the east or west entrances.
  • Arrive on time. Please do not arrive late or more than 10 minutes early to avoid disrupting other scheduled appointments. The entire appointment should last 30-45 minutes, including observation time following administration of the vaccine.

More Information:

  • There is no cost to receive the vaccine and no co-payment is required.
  • This Friday’s clinic is for the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, which only requires one dose for full vaccination.
    • Note: The Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine should not be used to substitute a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
  • Information on potential future vaccine clinic dates and appointment scheduling will be sent via email.
  • Vaccinations will be administered by Goddard Health Center medical professionals, as well as trained students from the College of Pharmacy, the Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing, the College of Dentistry, and the College of Medicine.
  • As students, faculty, and staff make appointments to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations, it is important that faculty and supervisors continue to provide flexibility to ensure students and employees have timely access to their scheduled vaccinations, without penalty.
  • OU’s university-wide masking policy will continue at least through the spring semester. Even if you have received the COVID-19 vaccine or have recovered from the virus, you must adhere to OU’s masking requirements.
  • You should wait to get vaccinated if:
    • You are ill or in isolation or quarantine for COVID-19
    • You received any other vaccine in the two weeks prior to your appointment
  • You should get vaccinated, even if you have had COVID-19, as long as you have recovered and are not currently contagious or in isolation.

To schedule your vaccine appointment, register here:

Article Published:  Wednesday, March 24, 2021