A high rate of vaccination among our students, faculty and staff supports the safety and well-being of our community and the communities in which we operate, especially as we engage in in-person learning, research, and outreach. Below you will find the most up to date listing on community vaccination events:

Free Local Vaccination Events


PLEASE NOTE: SHS is not currently offering COVID-19 Vaccinations. Please utilize the on-campus events listed below.

Upcoming Vaccine Events:

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

JULY 19-23

Tuesday-Saturday | 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Memorial Union 62 (2501 SW Jefferson Way)

  • FREE!
  • Walk-up only.
  • Open to the public.
  • Most COVID-19 vaccines available, including additional boosters and children's doses.
  • No ID, no insurance required.
  • Bring CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card if possible (not required).
  • Masks are required (and provided) during this event.

More information on COVID-19 vaccines is available at SHSBenton CountyOHA and CDC.

For questions or accommodations related to disabilities, contact [email protected].

Additional Corvallis Area Vaccination Options​:

  • Location: SamCare Express Corvallis, 990 NW Circle Blvd Suite 101
    • Appointments are required, schedule online here: SamCare Express
    • The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is not available at this location
    • Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Why Get Vaccinated?

We believe vaccines will help our return to a more normal state of operations. OSU implemented a COVID-19 vaccination requirement beginning fall term 2021 for students who participated in-person in university activities, including learning, research and engagement. Students are expected to confirm they have been vaccinated; you may upload your vaccination documentation at beav.es/confirmvax.

As a great example of why vaccinations are so important, and can save your student career, meet Haley through the video below. Hear her story about how getting COVID-19 impacted her time at OSU and why she sees vaccines as essential!



Oregon State University COVID Stories: Meet Haley