COVID-19 Vaccination Information

COVID vaccines are available from the Baylor Health Center now and throughout the summer. Click HERE or call 254-710-1010 for appointments.

Although Baylor University will not require a COVID-19 vaccination for students, faculty and staff for the fall semester, Baylor's medical team strongly encourages everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. We all want a full, normal fall experience, and the extent to which Baylor can provide this is directly dependent on the information we have regarding vaccination of the campus community over the next few months.

Vaccination Reporting Form:
  • Students, faculty and staff who have been fully vaccinated with an FDA EUA COVID-19 vaccine should fill out the simple Vaccination Reporting form, which includes uploading a photo of your completed vaccination card. This HIPAA-protected 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 while we continue planning for the fall.
Vaccinations on Campus:
  • Baylor Health Services is an authorized vaccine provider and has COVID-19 vaccination appointments available for students and employees now and throughout the summer. Click HERE or call the Health Center at 254-710-1010 to make your appointment. 
Why should I get vaccinated?

We all yearn for a return to normal. Our campus community can accelerate our path to normal by getting vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible. There are many compelling reasons to go ahead and get vaccinated now and not waiting:

  • The American College Health Association urges college students to schedule their COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible and not to delay.
  • Protection from COVID for you, your family and friends.
  • No more weekly testing.
  • No quarantine if exposed.
  • Help allow a normal fall with more in-person events and traditions.
  • Travel without the need to self-quarantine (in the United States).
  • Ability to meet with others who have been vaccinated WITHOUT masks.
  • Protection from severe illness and hospitalization.
Vaccine Resources:
  • VaccineFinder: A free, online service that assists 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
  • In providing information to locate a vaccine source, Baylor University is not acting as your health care provider.
  • For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, including frequently asked questions, 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.