The University offers free flu shots for all SMU students and benefit-eligible faculty, staff, retirees and retiree spouses. Other faculty and staff members, as well as spouses, may purchase shots for $25.
Students, faculty and staff can update their inoculations during the following days and times at these locations:
|Tuesday, Sept. 25||10 a.m.-1 p.m.||Dedman Center||Students|
|Tuesday, Sept. 25||3-6 p.m.||Dedman Center||Students/Faculty/Staff|
|Thursday, Sept. 27||10 a.m.-1 p.m.||Health Center||Students/Faculty/Staff|
|Thursday, Sept. 27||2-4 p.m.||Health Center||Students|
|Friday, Oct. 5||1:30-4:30 p.m.||Expressway Tower||Faculty/Staff|
|Monday, Oct. 8||11 a.m.-1 p.m.||Law School Quad||Students/Faculty/Staff|
|Monday, Oct. 8||4-7 p.m.||Law School Quad||Students/Faculty/Staff|
|Tuesday, Oct. 23||10 a.m.-2 p.m.||HR Fair/Hughes-Trigg Student Center||Faculty/Staff|
|Mon. Oct. 29||3-6 p.m.||Plano Campus, Building 2||Students/Faculty/Staff|
This year, a single shot will protect against H1N1, or the swine flu, and two other widespread flu strains that affected the Southern Hemisphere during the last flu season. Health officials recommend that everyone 6 months and older be vaccinated.
To keep your clinic visit as short as possible, take these steps:
- Complete the 2012-13 Flu Vaccine Form and bring it with you.
- Review the latest flu vaccine information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
- Bring your SMU ID or ID number to the clinic.
- Wear short sleeves, if possible.
Keep up with the latest flu information, including upcoming clinic schedules, at smu.edu/flu.
Dallas County influenza resources and updates are available at dallascounty.org.