No Cost COVID-19 VACCINES
Available to all Faculty, Staff, & Students
(including Fall Eligible Students)
Every Tuesday & Thursday (during summer)
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Student Health Service Building
We are administering the J & J (1 Shot Vaccine)
Book your appointment today!
Important Updates to Faculty, Staff, and Students Covid-19 Vaccination Policy
7/15/2021: The UC Office of the President has announced the UC’s final vaccine policy, which requires all UC employees and students to be vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus or receive an approved exemption before they will be allowed in any UC facility or office. The policy also applies to any University programs that may be off-campus, including UC athletics and education abroad.
The final policy takes effect immediately, and the deadline for submittal of vaccination policy compliance on campus will be Monday, September 6, 2021, two weeks prior to the start of the fall term.
For vaccine questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
The UCOP policy accepts WHO-approved vaccines outside the US as compliant, as well as completion of a vaccination series as compliant, regardless of intervals.
Note: after June 15, fully vaccinated students who come to campus will no longer be required to test for COVID-19.
How to Upload Your Proof of Vaccination
- Log on to Patient Portal Gateway
- Choose "medical clearances" on the left
- Scroll to the bottom under "additional items NOT required for clearance," choose "COVID immunization data," click "update"
- Take a picture of your vaccination card and upload the image
- Verify the upload and if it looks ok, click "Looks Good"
- Enter the dates of your immunization(s) and the type of vaccine you had, choose "done"
For step-by-step directions click this: Uploading Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Finding Your Covid-19 Vaccination Record
FOR COVID VACCINES GIVEN AT UCSB
- Students - can find it in PNC through the Patient Portal Gateway
- Staff & faculty - this feature is not yet available.
FOR EVERYONE WHO RECEIVED A COVID VACCINE IN CALIFORNIA
- The records are stored in a system called CAIR2. Below is what is posted on their website.
- To get your records, fill out this ONLINE FORM
Note: must upload a current copy of a valid government-issued ID with a picture (e.g. current driver’s license/passport).