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Vaccine Update

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Vaccine Information - Norman Campus

In partnership with local and state officials, OU Health Services at Goddard Health Center on the University of Oklahoma Norman campus is administering the COVID-19 vaccine to students, faculty, and staff in alignment with the Oklahoma State Department of Health phased plan for distribution.

Getting Vaccinated at OU

Each week, OU Health Services at Goddard Health Center receives limited supplies of the vaccine from the Cleveland County Health Department. OU Health Services will open vaccine appointments on its website as they become available.

Please understand that vaccine availability at Goddard Health Center remains a first-come, first-served opportunity and supplies are limited.

The cumulative number of vaccinations administered by OU Health Services is available on the COVID-19 dashboard


All Oklahomans age 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.   

International and non-resident students, faculty, and staff who have permanent out-of-state or international addresses are also eligible to register through the OSDH portal using their current local address. International and non-resident students are eligible to receive the vaccine in Oklahoma.

Future Large-Scale Vaccination Clinics

Should any future large-scale vaccine clinics be scheduled for the Norman campus, information will be sent via email. 

Our colleagues at the Health Sciences Center campus and OU Health will also email us when large-scale vaccination clinics that they operate are open for Norman campus faculty, staff, and/or students.

Resources to Help You Locate a Vaccine Off-Campus

Vaccine appointments can be scheduled at various locations off campus.

Steps to Take:

Avoid COVID-19 Vaccine Scams.

  • Verify the authenticity of vaccine appointment details.
    • Contact a trusted source for information (your state or local health department, health care provider, or pharmacist). 
  • Don’t pay to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine. 
  • Watch for unexpected or unusual texts. 
    • If your health care provider or pharmacist has used text messages to contact you in the past, you might get a text from them about the vaccine. If you get a text, call your health care provider or pharmacist directly to make sure they sent the text. Scammers are texting, too, so don’t click on links in text messages – especially messages you didn’t expect.
  • Don’t share your personal, financial, or health information with people you don’t know.
  • Learn more at

View Your Immunization Records

To view your immunization records through the Oklahoma State Immunization Information System, click here.

The information must be an exact match to what is in OSIIS. Please use the cell phone number that is attached to the record or email address. If the email address isn’t listed on the record, the system will not return a record. For assistance, email


REMINDER: Masking Requirements Remain in Effect at OU

OU’s university-wide masking policy will continue at least through the spring semester. Even if you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, or if you have recovered from the virus, you must adhere to OU’s masking requirements.
On all OU campuses, masks must be worn by employees, students, patients, and visitors when inside university facilities and vehicles, and when outdoors on campus when social distancing is not possible.

Read the full masking policy here.


Health Sciences Center and OU-Tulsa

For specific information regarding the vaccination plan for your campus, please refer to the communications sent to your OU email address.

FAQs and Additional Information

For a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine on the Norman campus, visit the OU Together FAQ webpage. For more information about vaccine distribution at OU, visit OU Health Services.