First-dose Vaccines Still Available to SMU Community

Dear SMU Community,

A limited number of first doses of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine are still available this week at the SMU vaccination site for students, faculty and staff, as well as benefits-eligible spouses and dependents. Retired SMU employees are also now eligible to receive the first dose of the vaccine on campus.

First Dose Scheduling

If you are a current student, faculty or staff member registering for your first dose, please follow this link to reserve a time that will work for your schedule as soon as possible.

Individuals without SMU credentials (SMU ID number), should go to this portal to make an appointment. If you have any difficulties, please contact the Dr. Bob Smith Health Center at 214- 768-2141.

If you will be leaving the campus at the end of the semester, please schedule your appointment as soon as possible to allow time to receive the second dose in three weeks as recommended or make alternative plans to receive it elsewhere.

Second Dose Scheduling

If you got your first vaccine during the initial distribution from March 29­ through April 5, it’s time to schedule your second one. Following the recommended 21-day timing, registration is currently available through April 26 for your second dose. A separate invitation will be sent next week to individuals who received their first dose on or after Friday, April 9.

Appointment Information

Both first and second doses of the vaccine are administered by appointment only at the vaccination site on the northwest side of the Dr. Bob Smith Health Center. Please bring a physical copy of your vaccine record card and a photo ID with you at your scheduled time. More information about your appointment, including parking information, is available on this page.

Vaccine Reporting

Once you are fully vaccinated, please remember to fill out the self-reporting tool on the Mustang Strong vaccine page. Your voluntary submission is critical to helping the University assess campus operational changes and vaccine quantities to request from the state of Texas.