COVID-19 Vaccination Information

As of March 29, 2021, all adults age 16 and older are eligible for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration emergency use authorization (EUA) COVID-19 vaccines in Texas. For Baylor University students, faculty and staff, this is an important step toward a return to normal campus operations and activities in the fall, with additional benefits such as exemption from testing and quarantine.

Baylor Health Services, an authorized vaccine provider, is working through its waitlist for COVID-19 vaccination appointments by priority for employees and students, depending on vaccine availability. If you are a student or employee and need assistance finding a vaccine provider, call 254-710-2900 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or email at ehs@baylor.edu

If you have questions about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, check with your primary healthcare provider. 

Vaccination Interest and Vaccination Reporting Forms:
  • Students, faculty and staff who are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccination from Baylor Health Services should fill out the Vaccination Registration form to be placed on the list for a Baylor-administered vaccine and watch your email for appointment opportunities.
  • Students, faculty and staff who have been fully vaccinated with an FDA EUA COVID-19 vaccine should fill out the Vaccination Reporting form, which includes uploading a photo of your completed vaccination card. This information will be submitted to Health Services for exemption from weekly testing and quarantine and helps us know how well protected Baylor is as a community.
Vaccine Resources:
  • VaccineFinder is a free, online service operated by epidemiologists and software developers at Boston Children's Hospital. The VaccineFinder website provides information to assist in finding locations where the COVID vaccine is available.
  • The Waco-McLennan County Public Health District also provides local vaccine information on its website.
  • If you are a student or employee and need assistance finding a vaccine provider, call 254-710-2900 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or email at ehs@baylor.edu
  • In providing information to locate a vaccine source, Baylor University is not acting as your health care provider.
  • For additional information about the COVID-19 vaccine, including frequently asked questions, please visit The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

Note: Please continue to wear a facemask and maintain your distance on the Baylor campus, especially indoors.