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Flu Clinics: NOW Open M - F (while supplies last)

Beginning Nov. 1, 2020, the UC Office of the President is making influenza vaccinations mandatory for all faculty, staff, and students who will be working, living, or learning on a UC campus anytime during the 2020-21 flu season.

To assist with this mandate, Student Health will be holding flu clinics for those students that were unable to attend the university-sponsored ones due to unforeseen circumstances. The flu clinics are now open (while supplies last), and appointments can be booked online through the Student Portal.

Note: students with symptoms or under quarantine/isolation will need to defer their flu shot for another time. 


Student Health Flu Clinics 

Monday - Friday | 8:30 am to Noon 

                                     (search for appointment times)

Appointments can be made by logging into the Student Portal with your user id/password.

Note: if you have COVID-like symptoms or you are under COVID-19 quarantine or isolation, please defer your flu shot for another time.

    Flu Shot costs:

  * UC SHIP  -  $0  (covered)
  * SHS GAP - $15
  * Waived    - $30  


Appointments (REQUIRED)

Students coming to the clinic for a flu shot will undergo a COVID-19 symptom screening and have their temperature taken.
Note: Face coverings are required at all times while on campus, and physical distancing protocols should be followed.

Medical Exemptions or Accommodations 

Students seeking a medical exemption or accommodation as provided in the UC Immunization Exemption Policy should submit their request using the UCSB Student Health Gateway patient portal.

Receiving a Vaccination Elsewhere

Students that received their flu vaccinations somewhere other than Student Health or the university sponsored clinics are asked to log onto the Point N Click electronic health record portal using their UCSBnetID and indicate the vaccination was received.

Questions and Additional Information

Questions about the flu clinic or the vaccination mandate can be directed to More information about both can be found in a Flu Clinic Q&A on The Current. In addition, the UC Office of the President has developed a set of FAQ’s that provides answers to general questions.