Free COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing at UVU Continues During Fall Semester

In an ongoing effort to ensure Fall 2021 is healthy, safe, and successful, free COVID-19 testing and vaccination continue.


UVU Community,

In an ongoing effort to ensure fall 2021 is healthy, safe, and successful, free COVID-19 testing and vaccination continue. The tests provided are non-invasive and offer rapid results — however, they are not a PCR test that is often needed for travel or medical procedures. The vaccination clinic offers Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines (and possibly FDA-approved Pfizer soon) to those over age 18. Vaccines are available to all students, faculty, and staff (and their immediate family). Booster vaccines are also available to those who meet the standards established by the CDC for immunocompromised individuals. No proof is required.

The location for both testing and vaccinations has changed. It is now located on the second floor of the Sorensen Student Center, above the ballroom and across from Student Health Services. Students, faculty, and staff can make an appointment.

  • Monday–Friday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Open late on Wednesdays: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Students experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 are encouraged to get a test. Drive-thru testing for symptomatic students is located in lot L10, north of the Wolverine Services Center, between 9 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday.

If you are feeling unwell, avoid contact with others and get tested. If you receive a positive test result or are exposed to COVID-19, it is vital for the well-being of the campus community that you self-report and quarantine if you have not been vaccinated or isolate if you are ill. Accommodations may be made to ensure your ability to succeed during your quarantine or isolation period.

UVU adheres to the CDC recommendation that masks should be worn when indoors and in shared spaces. Masks are recommended in all classroom spaces.

We are excited about the return of students, faculty, and staff to UVU. Together, we can ensure that this semester continues to offer all of the opportunities that we have missed since the beginning of the pandemic. Please do your part by staying away when sick, getting tested, wearing a mask, and becoming vaccinated.



Robin Ebmeyer
UVU Director of Emergency Management and Safety