Immunization Clinic

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Summer 2020 Updates Telehealth
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Patient Eligibility

  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln students
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and staff
  • Community members
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Hours of Service

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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Services Covered By Student Fees

  • Receive an annual flu shot (all students eligible)

Vaccinations to Keep Students Healthy and Prevent Outbreaks

College students have an increased risk for infectious diseases because they live, work and study in close quarters with thousands of others who could expose them to new viruses. The University Health Center is here to help you stay up to date on your vaccinations list while at school so that you can stay healthy and focus on your studies.


Recommended Immunizations:

Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Single injection every 5-10 years Every student should get one booster dose of Tdap
Meningococcal ACWY Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Single Injection Every student should get one
Meningococcal B Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Single Injection Every student should get one, especially those living on campus
MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Three Injections Required by the university
Hepatitis B Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Three injections Can prevent a serious viral disease affecting the liver
Hepatitis A Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Two injections Important for students traveling outside the U.S.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Three injections Helps prevent cervical cancer and genital warts; recommended for all genders through age 26
Influenza Disease Information/
Immunization Information
Annual injection Can prevent influenza; Free for UNL students

Appointments

Immunizations are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment only. Call 402-472-5000 to schedule.

Cost

All immunizations besides flu shots are not covered by student fees and will have a charge. To determine how much your immunization will cost, we recommend contacting your health insurance provider for coverage information. Patients are responsible for any charges not covered by insurance.

Learn more about billing and insurance.

New Student Health Requirement

The university requires all students to submit records of two MMR vaccines to their MyRed account. Learn more about the New Student Health Requirement.

Free Flu Shots

Flu shots are offered free of charge to currently enrolled students. Click here for more information.

Immunizations for Green Card Applicants

Before making an appointment for this service, students must have had a physical with a civil surgeon who will determine what immunizations and blood work are needed for green card application. The health center requires a civil surgeon’s order and any supporting documentation prior to the student’s appointment for testing or immunization. For questions, call 402-472-5000 and follow the prompts for the nurse line.

For more information on the vaccination requirements for green card applicants, visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website.

Pre-travel Immunizations

The health center provides immunizations recommended for international travel. Visit our Travel Clinic webpage to learn more.

Nebraska State Immunization Information System (NESIIS)

The NESIISData Exchange is a secure data system designed to consolidate patient immunization records into one complete record.

Patients who receive an immunization at the health center will be asked if they want their immunization record shared. This will be documented in the patient’s health record, which will determine if immunizations are viewable in NESIIS.

View the NESIIS informational handout to learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m a community member who is not a currently enrolled student. How will I be billed for my immunization charges?

We can automatically bill most domestic insurance companies if patients provide the necessary policy information at check-in. Payment will be required at the time of service for some insurance companies. We also accept cash, check, NCard, Visa and Mastercard.

Are immunizations covered by student fees?

Immunizations do not qualify for the five medical and/or travel clinic visits covered by student fees. Immunizations will be billed at the community rate. Charges can be submitted to insurance or paid for at the time of the visit with cash, check, NCard, Visa or Mastercard

Where can I park when I arrive for my immunization appointment?

Parking is available at meters along N19thSt and in our marked patient parking lot on the north side of our building. You will be ticketed for parking in other locations.
For visitors garage parking on campus, visit the UNL Parking and Transit Services website.

What is the full list of immunizations offered at the health center?

For Vaccine Information Statements in other languages, click here.