It’s vaccination time!

By: Jenna Brown on Mar 09, 2017 in Campus News

Article Revised: Mar 14, 2017 14:51 PM


Roll up your sleeve and get ready, meningitis B vaccinations are coming to campus. Nurses from local pharmacies will be on hand to provide shots for students and staff.

To receive the vaccination, you are required to bring a Cal Poly photo ID or driver's license, health insurance card, and a form of payment (credit card, check, or cash). The Cal Poly Health Services fee does not cover the meningitis B vaccination and the cost will vary depending on your health insurance coverage. Students without health insurance should first contact Campus Health and Wellbeing at 805-756-1211.

If you would like to get vaccinated come to the Cal Poly Recreation Center or Cal Poly Rose Float office in the University Union from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10.

For more information visit Campus Health & Wellbeing.

Vaccinations are available at the Cal Poly Recreation Center or Cal Poly Rose Float office.


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