If slots at SMU or MHS are closed or full, what other options are available to get the vaccine?

If you are eligible and can find the COVID-19 vaccine before it’s available at SMU or Methodist Health System, you should take advantage of your first opportunity to be vaccinated.

Below are some additional portals you may find helpful.

Note: FEMA is collaborating with participating counties to support vaccine super sites. The best way to register for these federal sites is through each county’s portal.


Texas Public Health Vaccine Scheduler

Texas Department of State Health Services (includes multiple county vaccination portals across the state)

Dallas County

Tarrant County

Collin County

Denton County

Ellis County

Johnson County

Kaufman County

Participating Hospitals/Pharmacies

UT Southwestern

Baylor Scott & White (requires you to make a free account if you’re not a patient)




Tom Thumb


Sam’s Club


Remember: Once you have received the vaccine, please remember to fill out the self-reporting tool – and keep it up to date if a second dose is required – on the Mustang Strong’s vaccine page. Your voluntary submission will help the University assess the quantity of vaccines SMU will request from the State of Texas for distribution when possible on our campus and may also help inform decisions about campus operational changes during the pandemic.