Student getting a vaccine.

UTRGV Student and Employee Walkups only

Same day walk-ups or
schedule in advance.

Lady getting a vaccine.

Community and Minors

Registration for general adults/community and minors
[ages 12 and over]

Staff getting a vaccine.

UTRGV Employees

Update your vaccine profile, register or schedule in advance.


Ready to return to campus? - May 18, 2021

Make sure 2021 is safe and successful by attending a Return to Campus Roundtable discussion.

REMINDER: COVID-19 Screening & Testing Process - April 22, 2021

Regardless of vaccination status, everyone must follow this critical process until further notice.



"I got the vaccine for myself, family, friends, loved ones, and those who must wait longer due to their treatments. I'd rather feel lousy for a few hours up to a day than having to deal with the onslaught of symptoms due to COVID-19."

Brittany Claramunt
UTRGV Student


"I decided to get the vaccine because I want to do my part in making our community safer, so we can get back to normal."

Sergio Martinez
UTRGV Director of Resident Life


"I wanted to protect myself and those around me: my family, my students, my colleagues, and community. Ultimately, I did this with those around me on my mind and in my heart! I encourage those who are hesitant to think of their loved ones and how fortunate we are to live in this great country."

Dr. Ala Qubbaj
Dean of the College of Engineering & Computer Science


"I have so missed seeing so many family, friends, colleagues, and students in person for the last year. Hopefully, we will all have our vaccines soon and I can hug loved ones, shake hands with friends, and not try to understand muffled words behind masks. Ready to give a big V’s Up in person."

Dr. Lance Nail
Dean of the Robert C. Vackar
College of Business and Entrepreneurship

COVID-19 Vaccine Phases