The university strongly recommends that students, faculty, and staff receive a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible.
Vaccines are safe, effective, free, and readily available on campus and through other providers in the area.
The university offers vaccination appointments to those age 18 and older. If you are under 18, check for other providers in the area.
Vaccinations at the Student Health Center Pharmacy
The public, including UT students, faculty, staff, and retirees, can receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the Student Health Center Pharmacy. Appointment times vary each week.
In addition to offering COVID-19 vaccinations through the Student Health Center Pharmacy, the university organizes vaccination clinics that are open to the public, including UT students, faculty, staff, and retirees.
Dates and times are listed on UT’s events calendar. Check the calendar for upcoming vaccination clinics. If no clinics are listed, check back for new additions.
For directions, parking, and additional information, carefully read the signup page. Campus operators can provide additional assistance at 865-974-1000. Campus operators cannot set appointments.
Public Vaccine Clinic Schedule
Additional vaccine providers
A variety of distributors, including hospitals, pharmacies, and retail stores, are providing vaccinations. With the vaccine locator tool, you can search your ZIP code to find vaccination appointments near you. Check the vaccine locator tool.
Widespread vaccination, along with following health and safety guidelines, is the best way to control the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 vaccination is not required for students, faculty, or staff. In the interest of community health, however, COVID-19 vaccination is strongly recommended.
University vaccination events will offer the two-dose Moderna vaccine. The Moderna vaccine and the single-dose Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine are available at the Student Health Center Pharmacy.
The FDA has approved both vaccines for emergency use for those age 18 and older.
If you have questions about receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, please speak with a health care provider.
The FDA requires that recipients or their caregivers be provided a fact sheet before receiving any vaccination, including a COVID-19 vaccination. The fact sheets are intended to help people make informed decisions about vaccinations.