Vaccine appointments for this week
March 29, 2021 11:07 AM

Dear students,

The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (CUPHD) has announced that there are a select number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments available, and higher education employees, including student employees, are eligible. Individuals in 1A and 1B categories, including Champaign County residents age 16 and older with certain health conditions as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) or disabilities are also still eligible. 


  • You are an employee of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


  • You are in a 1A or 1B category


  • You are a student employee in one of these areas:
    • Food and Beverage Workers
    • Construction Trade Workers
    • Religious Leaders
    • Government Workers
    • Media

See the CUPHD website for more information about eligibility.


  • Vaccinations will be done by appointment only.


Campus Recreation Center East (CRCE)
1102 W. Gregory Dr., Urbana

  • Online appointments:
    • Log in with your NetID and password
    • Click on the appointment icon on the homepage
    • Follow the instructions
  • Email address for questions and assistance:
  • Note: You must be up-to-date on your COVID-19 testing and show a “Building Access Granted” status in the Safer Illinois app or the Boarding Pass on the day of your appointment at this location.

OSF HealthCare at the Rantoul Youth Center
1306 Country Club Lane, Rantoul

Christie Clinic at Meadowbrook Community Church
1902 S. Duncan Road, Champaign

Area Pharmacies

  • Please continue to check the websites of local pharmacies for available appointments.

If you are eligible to make an appointment in this round, I hope you will strongly consider doing so. We will send another message when CUPHD has more vaccine appointments available. As a reminder, the Champaign-Urbana Pubic Health District is leading vaccination distribution for our county. The university shares information from CUPHD when it is relevant to faculty, staff or students. The university does not control the vaccine appointments, timelines or community clinic locations.

The distribution of a vaccine is welcome news, but we must continue to be as diligent as ever in safety precautions, including regular COVID-19 testing, wearing face coverings, social distancing, hand washing and avoiding large gatherings. Mandatory testing requirements are still in place for individuals who are fully vaccinated.

Thank you in advance for your understanding as we work through this next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and rely on the guidance of our public health leaders to make the best decisions for our community.


Robert J. Jones

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Office of the Chancellor

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