We strongly encourage all WWU students and employees to obtain seasonal flu vaccine this year. Dr. Emily Gibson, director of the Student Health Center, encourages those with chronic illnesses to get their flu shots as soon as possible.
Cost at WWU for students?
Students: The $25 charge will be billed to your student account. A document that you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement will be emailed to your WWU email account the next business day after your visit.
Faculty and Staff: We are no longer offering flu shots to faculty and staff. You can get a flu shot at one of the Human Resources sponsored clinics on-campus, from your primary care provider's office or for information on where you can receive flu shots at other places in the community CLICK HERE. The flu shot cost is generally payable or reimbursable by insurance. Check with your insurer to know for sure.
Students may receive a flu shot by appointment at the Student Health Center during our usual business hours; please call 650-3400 and select option 1 to schedule an appointment.
Before your visit:
- Please review the vaccine information sheet to verify you do not have any contraindications to the vaccine. Flu Vaccine Information Sheet
- Additionally, please print and fill out the vaccine consent form. You will need to bring this with you and have it ready to hand in at your appointment.
Flu Shot Vaccine Consent Form
- Please wear a short sleeve top or clothing that will make it easy for a nurse to access your upper arm.
Location: Campus Services 1st Floor
Where to Get a Flu Shot in the Community
You can get a flu shot from your primary care provider's office or for information on where you can receive flu shots at other places in the community CLICK HERE. The flu shot cost is generally reimbursable by insurance. Check with your insurer to know for sure.