On-Campus Vaccination Center

On-Campus Booster Clinic: Jan. 11 and Jan. 19, 2023

LMU will re-open the Westchester COVID-19 Vaccination Center to offer COVID-19 bivalent booster shots to LMU and LLS students, faculty, staff, and contractors at no charge.

The Vaccination Center will be open on Wednesday, Jan. 11 (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.) and Thursday, Jan. 19 (1 p.m. – 5.p.m) in University Hall 3999. Availability may be limited, and pre-registration does not guarantee a booster shot. Please remember to wear loose-fitting shirts so medical staff can access your arm to administer the vaccine. 

If you are looking to schedule a vaccine appointment, you are also welcome to utilize any of the following resources:

  • Appointments are not required; however, availability of the booster may be limited and doses will be administered on a first come, first served basis.

  • Please bring your existing vaccination record with you to the appointment. Resources for those who have lost their vax record can be found here.

  • Please refer to the CDC website on booster eligibility

    Boosters at the on-campus Vaccine Center are open to Westchester, Playa Vista, and LLS students, staff, faculty, and contractors. 

  • The Vaccine Center is located on the Westchester campus, in University Hall 3999.

  • No. Due to limited availability, boosters are available for LMU students, staff, faculty, and contractors only. 

  • If you are unavailable to receive a booster at LMU, the following resources can be utilized to schedule yourself an appointment at another location in the region:

  • Both Pfizer and Moderna bivalent boosters will be offered in limited quantity. You may request a specific kind at the time of vaccination. Doses are administered on a first come, first served basis.

  • Some individuals may experience side effects after the vaccine, although the vast majority of which are minor and go away in a few days. For further information, please visit the CDC website What to Expect After Getting a COVID Vaccine.

  • If you prefer to receive a booster through your medical provider or another distribution center, you are welcome to do so.