Every Californian ages 12 and up is eligible for vaccination.
To find a vaccination clinic in Riverside County, visit the Riverside County Public Health vaccine information page. In San Bernardino County, you can find a list of vaccine clinic locations on the county website. Visit the Vaccine Finder site for information on vaccine availability in your area.
Student Health Services offers COVID-19 vaccine clinics for UCR students at the Student Health Clinic adjacent to Lot 15. To schedule an appointment, contact the UCR COVID-19 Hotline at 844-827-6827.
COVID-19 vaccine education resources are available here.
County Vaccination Data
Report from Riverside County on COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths by vaccination status. (Updated 8/19/21)
Please comply with vaccine mandate immediately
Student COVID-19 vaccination noncompliance update
Student vaccine submission deadline
Employee vaccine submission deadline
Vaccination policy update
Vaccination requirement, submit your student vaccination record
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Time to vaccinate
Vaccine Verification Video for Students
COVID-19 Vaccine Tracking Form (Employees)
UC Encourages COVID-19 Vaccinations for University Communities While Reviewing Policy Requirements
All UCR Employees Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine
UC President Michael Drake on the COVID-19 vaccine
Importance of Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
Por Qué Vacunarse Contra el COVID-19
COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Access to COVID-19 Vaccines on Campus
Campus is Well Prepared to Store COVID-19 Vaccines
Voices of the Vaccinated
Chancellor’s COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Biomedical Scientist Explains How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
COVID-19 Campus Update
UCR Vaccinates Frontline Healthcare Workers for COVID-19
Where can I be vaccinated?
Employees and students are encouraged to avail themselves of any vaccine that is available to them, whether through county vaccination clinics, personal physicians, or local pharmacies.
Is COVID-19 vaccination mandatory at UCR?
The final UC COVID vaccination policy can be found here.
- Where can I get more information about the UC vaccination policy?
How will the vaccine policy be enforced with students?
Please review the this visual summary of how students will be held accountable for not complying with the UC vaccine policy.
I received one dose of the vaccine. Should I report this before the deadline?
If you are in the process of being vaccinated and have already received one dose, please email COVID19@medsch.ucr.edu with the following information:
- Date of first dose
- Date you are scheduled to receive the second dose
- Attach proof that the first dose was delivered
This information will be recorded and stored; once both doses have been administered, you will have to complete the survey to submit proof of full vaccination.
- Why should I get vaccinated?
If I get vaccinated do I still need to wear a face covering when on campus?
On July 28, Chancellor Wilcox released updated requirements on face coverings while on campus.
Are COVID-19 vaccines safe and do they work?
Please visit the UCR Health COVID-19 FAQs page for detailed information about the effectiveness and safety of the vaccines.
- What can I expect after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?
Can I be vaccinated if I recently received another vaccine?
You may not receive a vaccine if you are currently in isolation or quarantine for COVID-19, or if you have received another vaccine (e.g. flu, shingles, etc.) within the last 14 days.