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Be in that number and get vaccinated!

April 7, 2021

Dear Tulane Student Community (Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Students):
 
As you hopefully learned yesterday in the special memo from Tulane Campus Health, the COVID-19 Vaccine is now available in Louisiana for anyone age 16 and older. In addition, Tulane has received a vaccine shipment to inoculate our Tulane Community immediately – students, faculty, and staff. I am writing to encourage you to get your vaccine now, in New Orleans, before many of you leave for the summer. We are trying to make this as easy as possible for you. You can schedule your vaccine appointment using the information below. There will be special evening hours for all students at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic on Thursday, April 8 from 4 to 7 p.m. We are also offering prizes for any student who has received the full vaccine anywhere, and provides that documentation to Campus Health before May 3rd.

The two most important steps you can take right now are 1) get vaccinated, and 2) provide documentation to Campus Health if you have been fully vaccinated outside the Tulane system or will be declining the vaccine.
 
Be in that number and get vaccinated!

Sincerely,

J. Davidson “Dusty” Porter, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs

 

Complete these two things by May 3rd and be eligible to win prizes:
  • GET Vaccinated (either the Johnson & Johnson one-shot, or BOTH shots of Moderna or Pfizer)
     
  • REPORT your Vaccination to Campus Health by May 3rd

*IF you have been vaccinated at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic you do not have to report your vaccination with Campus Health.

*IF you have been vaccinated by some entity other than the Tulane Vaccine Clinic – please report your vaccination with Campus Health here.

You will then be entered into a drawing for some fantastic prizes, including: AirPod Pros, AirPods, an iPad, or WaveBucks for Fall 2021. Be sure to follow the Campus Health Facebook and Instagram channels for additional prize announcements!

How to Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine

Tulane Vaccine Clinic Special Event for All Students
The Tulane Vaccine Clinic is hosting an after-hours vaccination event on April 8th for Tulane undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021

Time: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Location: Downtown New Orleans, on the ground floor of the JBJ Building at 1324 Tulane Avenue.

Make Your Appointment: to make an appointment at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic, please click here.

Vaccine Consent Form: Please complete a Vaccine Consent form and bring it to your appointment at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic. To access the vaccine consent form click here.

Free Transportation: For transportation information to the Vaccine Clinic please click here. Transportation is for undergraduate, graduate and professional students only and will run from the Uptown campus directly to the Vaccine Clinic from approximately 3:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Please Note: You can schedule your appointment for any of the available time slots that work for you!

Other Vaccination Locations
You can receive the COVID-19 Vaccine at more than 40 pharmacies and other vaccination locations in the New Orleans area, including the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. To make an appointment at one of these locations please click here.

Report Your Vaccination

If you have completed the full vaccine sequence from an entity outside of Tulane, please update your vaccination records through the Campus Health Patient Portal. If you have been vaccinated at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic, you do not need to update your records through the Patient Portal.

Campus Health Patient Portal

 

For Those Not Getting Vaccinated

If you have decided NOT to get vaccinated for COVID-19, please fill out and submit a COVID-19 Vaccine Declination Form. The form can be found in the Campus Health Patient Portal on the Forms Tab under the heading: COVID-19.

Having trouble uploading your vaccine documents? Please email chtestresults@tulane.edu for assistance.

Sincerely,
Campus Health