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Woman getting COVID-19 Vaccine

The following vaccinations are available at the Health Center with a scheduled appointment.

Please call (805)756-1211 for an appointment

  • HAV (Hepatitis A) - Cost: $78 each injection
    • Series of two injections
    • Second injection 6-12 months following the initial dose of vaccine (0, 6-12 months)
    • Effective for 15-20 years or more
  • HBV (Hepatitis B) - Cost: $57 each injection
    • Series of three injections
    • Second injection one month following the initial dose of vaccine, third dose six months after the initial dose of vaccine (0, 1, 6 months)
  • HPV (Human Papillomavirus) "Gardasil-9" - Cost: $266 each injection
    • Series of three injections
    • Return two and six months after the first shot (0, 2, 6 months)
    • To get the full benefit of the vaccine, all three shots must be given.
  • Meningitis Vaccines:
    • Meningococcal Group A, C, Y and W-135 vaccine "Medquadfi"- Cost: $149/dose
      • Two doses (age 11-12 plus booster at age 16)
    • Meningococcal Group B vaccine "Bexsero" - Cost $185/dose
      • Two doses at least 30 days apart
    • Meningococcal Group B vaccine "Trumenba" - Cost $160/dose
      • Series of three shots
      • Return two and six months after the first shot (0, 2, 6 months)
  • MMR (Mumps, Measles and Rubella) - Cost: $94 each injection
    • Series of two injections, separated by at least 28 days
    • The second dose is not a booster (necessary because about 2%-5% of patients do not develop immunity after the first dose of vaccine).
  • Tetanus/Diptheria/Pertusis (Tdap) - Cost: $51 each injection
    • 1 dose routinely given at age 11-12y
    • Should receive dose ASAP if no history of receiving Tdap
    • Pregnant women receive 1 dose during every pregnancy
    • Td booster given every 10 years, which may be substituted with Tdap as one of the boosters. 
  • TB (Tuberculosis) skin test - Cost: $12 (currently enrolled students)
    • The TB skin test cannot be administered on THURSDAYS.
    • The TB skin test is a way to find out if a person has TB infection.
    • A small amount of testing material is placed just below the top layers of skin, usually on the arm.
    • Two to three days later a health care worker checks the arm to see if a bump has developed and measures the size of the bump.
  • Other vaccinations are available by special order or through the SLO County Public Health Department.

COVID-19 Vaccine and Boosters

There are many options available to students to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. COVID-19 vaccine appointments are free and don't require information about the recipient's immigration status. Please read below and find the option that works best for you.

COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters, are safe and effective.  The CDC recommends everyone stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines for their age group. 

Health Services currently has a limited supply of the bivalent booster, should you require one. Please call 805-756-1211 for an appointment.

The newest vaccine is due to release in late September early October, 2023, following recently released CDC guidance recommending an updated COVID-19 vaccine for fall and winter virus season.

Please visit the CDC website for the latest guidelines on when and which COVID vaccine you should obtain.

If you recently had COVID-19, you may consider delaying your next vaccine (primary series or booster) for 90 days after your symptoms started, or if you did not have symptoms, the date of your positive test. 

People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised have different recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines. 

Cal Poly Health Center


Make an appointment at the Cal Poly Health Center.

Students can call 805-756-1211 to make vaccination appointments.**


**Campus Health and Wellbeing offers a limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments to Cal Poly students at the Health Center (Bldg. 27) on campus. The center will offer the new bivalent vaccine for any enrolled student who needs their first dose, second dose, or booster. Please note that students who receive vaccinations at CHW will need to upload their vaccination record on the COVID-19 Info tab of the Cal Poly Portal or the COVID-19 Vaccination Status Declaration

  • Appointments: Students can call 805-756-1211 to make vaccination appointments. 

  • What to bring: Bring your Poly Card or a photo ID. If this is not your initial vaccine appointment, bring your vaccination card.

  • Cancelations: Call the Health Center at 805-756-1211 if you need to cancel your appointment.

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