OSU Student Day Vaccination clinic at Reser Stadium May 12

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Monday, May 10, 2021

Benton County, Samaritan Health Services, and Oregon State University are partnering to host an OSU student-focused vaccine clinic at Reser Stadium on the Oregon State University campus on Wednesday, May 12 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Scheduled appointments are recommended, but drop-in appointments are welcome. 

The Wednesday clinic will administer up to 2,200 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. No identification is needed to be vaccinated at the clinic and individuals do not have to be permanent Oregon residents. While this event is targeted to OSU students, staff, and faculty, anyone who is eligible for vaccination is welcome. Beginning in fall 2021, OSU will require vaccination for those who learn, work or engage on-site at OSU. The student-focused clinic at Reser Stadium provides a direct opportunity for students and staff to receive either a first or second dose of vaccine before the end of the school year. 

“Containing the COVID-19 pandemic will take all of us, particularly our young adult population. OSU Student Day at the Reser clinic is a fast and convenient way for OSU students to do their part in protecting the health of our community,” said Jenny Haubenreiser, executive director of Student Health Services and associate vice provost for student affairs at OSU. “Getting fully vaccinated now is the best pathway to returning to a more normal university experience this coming fall and doing the things we love.”