Cabrini University will offer COVID-19 vaccinations on campus, with the first vaccine dose available on Thursday, May 6, and the second dose available on Thursday, May 27. The shots will be the Pfizer vaccine, procured through a partnership with 15toknow, and will be administered for free.
In addition to serving students, employees, family members, and friends of the Cabrini community, the vaccine clinic has been opened to members of the local community.
Those interested in obtaining the vaccine at Cabrini should sign up here.
Please note, if you are unable to return to campus for the second dose on May 27, you will receive instructions for obtaining your second dose at CVS Pharmacy. Interested participants may receive the first vaccine dose on May 6 even if they are unable to get the second dose on May 27.
Health insurance is not required; however, please bring a photo ID and insurance card (if you have one) to expedite registration and check-in.
“Cabrini remains committed to the safety of our campus community,” said Stephen M. Rupprecht, EdD, Dean of Students and COVID-19 Task Force Chair. “In addition to compliance with mitigation efforts, getting vaccinated is a way to demonstrate your commitment to the common good.”