Vaccine appointments for this week
May 10, 2021 12:17 PM

Dear faculty, staff and students,

The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (CUPHD) has announced that there are COVID-19 appointments available in our community, and all faculty, staff and students are eligible.

Please note mandatory testing requirements are still in place even for individuals who are fully vaccinated. A verified Vaccination Record Card will not be used to replace mandatory COVID-19 testing until the upcoming Fall 2021 semester.

However, if you are already fully vaccinated against COVID-19, we encourage you to upload your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to the MyMcKinley Portal to be ready for the Fall 2021 semester. See more information here.


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:
  • 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.

Promise Healthcare
819 Bloomington Road, Champaign

  • Phone appointments: (217) 403-5402
  • Individuals will need to register as a patient.

Carle at Kohl’s Plaza
1901 N. Market Street, Champaign (previously the Dress Barn location)

  • Online appointments:
  • Phone appointments: (217) 902-6100
  • Walk-in appointments are also available during hours of operation.

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
201 W. Kenyon Road, Champaign

  • Walk-in appointments will be available each Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Area Pharmacies

  • You can use to look for available appointments nearby.
  • Area pharmacies may add new appointments throughout the week, so continue to check their websites frequently.

We encourage members of the university community to be vaccinated if and when they are able to do so. We also acknowledge that some individuals have health conditions or other reasons why they cannot be vaccinated. See here for more guidance about vaccination status.

The distribution of a vaccine is welcome news, but we must continue to be as diligent as ever in safety precautions, including participating in regular COVID-19 testing, wearing face coverings, practicing social distancing, washing hands frequently and avoiding large gatherings.

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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