All UTRGV Students and Employees are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Access UTRGV Vaccine Portal

Access the UTRGV Vaccine Portal and complete your profile in just three steps:

  1. Immediately log on to your UTRGV Vaccine Portal and choose one of the following:

    • I want the vaccine; please send me the appointment email.
    • No, I don’t want the vaccine.
    • I have received the vaccine from another provider.
    • I have received the vaccine from UT Health RGV.
  2. If you choose to receive the vaccine, you will receive an appointment email, depending on your place in line and as vaccine supply is available. This email will allow you to choose an appointment in Brownsville, Edinburg, or Harlingen.
  3. The final step is to ensure that you keep your appointment, so you can receive your first dose and schedule your second. Missing your appointment may cause you to restart the registration process.

Once eligible, and supply is available, your portal registration code will serve as your key toward selecting an appointment through our online scheduling platform. Be sure to update your profile should your interest or status change. You can do so by following these steps. Completing your profile not only helps us measure vaccine demand - it also helps us track our progress toward "Herd Immunity" within our campus community, so we can return to normal face-to-face operations as soon as possible.

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V Ups', Sleeve's Up!

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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
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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
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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

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