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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Where to get your COVID-19 vaccine and booster

Eau Claire-area vaccine sites

On-campus clinics

Student Health Service (SHS) is providing a COVID-19 vaccination clinic open by appointment on campus for students, faculty and staff on:

SHS will offer the Moderna vaccine and is able to accommodate first and second doses, as well as the Moderna booster. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has authorized three vaccine boosters – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson – and determined that it is safe for individuals to receive a vaccine booster or additional dose that is a different brand than the initial dose or doses.


UW-Eau Claire students and employees can contact Student Health Service at (715) 836-5360 with questions regarding eligibility or to schedule an appointment. Students may also webbook an appointment via mySHS. Please bring a record of previous vaccination, or your vaccination card, with you to the clinic.


Boosters are recommended 5 months after receiving the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer, or 2 months after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. For individuals with qualifying medical conditions associated with immunosuppression, the FDA and Centers for Disease Control recommend an additional dose at least 28 days after the second dose of Pfizer and Moderna or two months after the first dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Off-campus clinics

For local vaccine clinics, visit or to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you.

Why should you get a booster shot?

Stay safe by getting your booster shot. The booster shot has proven effective at preventing hospitalization from COVID-19. Help keep yourself and your community safe by receiving a booster shot today. 

COVID-19 vaccine booster information

Do you qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine booster and which one should you get? Follow the chart and information below to determine your booster eligibility. 

Which primary vaccine series did you complete?


You can get a booster if it's been at least five months since completing a primary series (receiving your first and second Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine dose) and you are 12 or older. 

You can get a booster of:

  1. Pfizer-BioNTech*
  2. Moderna
  3. Janssen (J&J)

*Only Pfizer-BioNTech can be used as a booster in those age 12-17.


You can get a booster if it's been at least five months since completing your primary vaccine series (receiving your first and second Moderna vaccine dose) and you are 18 or older. 

You can get a booster of:

  1. Moderna
  2. Pfizer-BioNTech
  3. Janssen (J&J)
Janssen (J&J)

You can get a booster if it's been at least two months since completing your primary vaccine (receiving your J&J vaccine dose) and you are 18 or older. 

You can get a booster of:

  1. Janssen (J&J)
  2. Pfizer-BioNTech
  3. Moderna

For more information, visit

Booster shot chart

Uploading your vaccine records

Please upload all your vaccination records including your primary and booster records. This information is critical to understanding our population’s health and what resources are needed by our community. Students can use the updated Vaccination Upload eForm, which allows you to upload your primary vaccination series, your booster record, or both. Employees can upload their records through MyUWPortal (follow the directions on this tip sheet to ensure your profile is updated). Note that updates to this UWS-created form are in development to reflect references to the boosters. Once the form has been finalized, Finance and Administration will send a message out to all employees with an updated Tip Sheet providing detailed instructions on how to use the form.

If you have lost your vaccination card or don’t have a copy, contact your vaccination provider directly to access your vaccination record. If you cannot contact your vaccination provider directly, contact your state health department’s immunization information system (IIS). You can find state IIS information on the CDC website. Vaccination providers are required to report COVID-19 vaccinations to their IIS and related systems. 

All vaccination records are shared with the WI Department of Health Services.

Why Blugolds are getting vaccinated

Hear why Blugolds are committed to keeping themselves and others safe. Be a part of campus life and experience UW-Eau Claire safely by getting your COVID-19 vaccine and stopping the spread.


Call the Eau Claire City-County Health Department at 715-839-4718.

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