Updated: April 20, 2021 at 1:16PM
COVID-19 Vaccination Information
90% of undergraduates have received at least the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination on campus or have uploaded off-campus vaccination documentation.
COVID-19 vaccines currently available have been shown to be highly effective and have undergone rigorous testing before being released to the public. Vaccination becomes even more important as new, more transmissible variants of COVID-19 are circulating in the United States, including in Indiana.
If you are currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination in your state, we encourage you to make an appointment to get vaccinated.
Notre Dame Vaccine Administration Center
As part of the State’s large employer vaccination program, the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) recently informed the University that Notre Dame, along with other colleges and universities in the state, will be permitted to set up a vaccination center on campus in mid-April to serve students, faculty, and staff. The vaccination center will be housed inside Compton Family Ice Arena.
Document Your Vaccination Completion
After you have received either the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, we ask that you upload your vaccination documentation into PyraMed, the electronic medical record in University Health Services. More info
The following eligibility information is based on guidance from state health departments, but may not reflect the complete or most recent guidelines. Use the provided links to access all available information.
- Patient-facing healthcare personnel; long-term care facility residents; those working in a congregate living facility for youth; public-facing first responders who could be called to the scene of an emergency; and others
- Age 16 and older