Additional Vaccine Appointments Available

Please note that the following is archived content. As of May 2023, COVID vaccinations are no longer required for students, staff, or faculty. You can read the updated policy here. For up-to-date information, please refer to the A-Z Index

The LMU Vaccination Center has received additional vaccines from L.A. County for students, faculty, and staff who choose to get inoculated on campus.

Students, faculty, and staff can sign up for an appointment here. Additional first dose appointments are available April 15, 22, 27-30, and recipients should expect to return four weeks later for their second dose. Please note, appointments are required and walk-ups will not be accepted.
  1. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and appointments must be made at least one day in advance. If you do not get an appointment, please consider adding yourself to the standby list as extra doses may be available daily. LMU cannot guarantee that further first dose opportunities will be available after 30.
  2. In compliance with L.A. County requirements, appointments at LMU’s Vaccination Center are available to LMU faculty, staff, and students only and cannot be extended to family or friends at this time.
  3. We are only able to serve LMU community members who have not received their first inoculation. If you have already visited another vaccination center, please remain with that clinic for your next vaccination.
  4. Within two hours of scheduling your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with essential information and directions to the LMU Vaccination Center. For further information and frequently asked questions, please visit If you do not receive your confirmation message by the end of the day, please contact
  5. If you have received another vaccine within the past two weeks (including flu shots), please wait 14 days from the date of that shot before getting your COVID vaccine.
  6. If you are currently experiencing or have recently experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the last 10 days (or have been exposed to an individual with symptoms), you must remain home and reschedule your vaccine appointment after a 10-day period has passed.