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Allergy and Immunology

Free flu shots for NYU students.


An appointment is required to access these services.

The SHC allergist is available by appointment only. SHC's Allergy Department provides full services for evaluation, information, education, testing and treatment of allergies. The staff includes a board-certified allergist and registered nurses.

Allergy Services are available to all NYU students. Students already receiving allergy desensitization injections at home can continue their treatments while at NYU, but only after a consultation with the SHC allergist.

Allergy testing is available by appointment. The allergist will review the test results with you to discuss treatment options.


An appointment is required to access these services.

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Influenza
  • Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR)
  • Meningitis
  • Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap)
  • Varicella
  • Human Papilloma Virus (Gardasil)
  • Pneumococcal
  • Zoster

(The above vaccines are also administered in Primary Care.)

These vaccines are billed to the student’s medical insurance. Under the Affordable Care Act, most medical insurances will cover these vaccinations as preventive care if the insured student meets the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) criteria for immunization.

New York State requires that all students have the necessary inoculations (link to Health Requirements page) to ensure your well-being and the vitality of the NYU community. The Immunology Department at the Student Health Center offers the required immunizations for a fee.

Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) Titers can be performed for students who have been immunized but are lacking vaccination documentation required by New York State and NYU upon admission. The blood tests are sent to Quest Diagnostics and are billed to the student’s medical insurance. Students are responsible to verify their insurance plan coverage for laboratory testing and to verify that Quest Diagnostics is an in-network provider for their insurance plan.

Flu Shots for Students

Please Note: Flu shots at the Student Health Center are available for students only. Flu shots for NYU employees are available through the Human Resources LiveSmart Program.

Flu vaccine is recommended for everyone, but is especially important for those individuals at higher risk for complications resulting from the flu. You are at high risk if you:

  • Have a chronic high risk condition
  • Are pregnant
  • Are taking care of an infant less than 6 months of age
  • Are a health care worker and have patient care responsibilities
  • Are 50 years of age or older

Free Flu Vaccine Outreach Events
(for NYU Students only)

Flu shots at the NY Student Health Center are billed to your insurance plan. Flu shots are only free at the outreach locations listed below.

Flu shots for faculty and staff are available through the LiveSmart program.

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2014 Dates:

Wed, Oct. 8 11am-3pm Wellness Expo
Washington Place between Greene St.
& Wash. Sq. East
Thu, Oct. 9 11am-3pm NYU School of Engineering Expo
Metrotech - Brooklyn
Tue, Oct. 21 12-6pm Stern
Gardner Commons
Wed, Oct. 22 3-7pm Kimmel
Student Resource Center
Thu, Oct. 23 11am-4pm Law School
Golding Lounge West Vanderbilt Hall
Thu, Nov. 13 12pm-4pm Kimmel
Student Resource Center
Thu, Nov. 20 11am-3pm NYU School of Engineering
6 Metrotech, Brooklyn

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Allergy and Immunology
Contact Information

726 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Suite 347
Telephone: 212-443-1188

Hours by Appointment:

Mon-Thu: 8am-6pm*
Sat-Sun: Closed
*Closed daily 12:30-1:30pm

PLEASE NOTE: In order to better serve you, walk-in hours for MMR vaccine, Meningitis vaccine, and Flu vaccine have been discontinued and replaced with online appointment scheduling. Online appointment scheduling is also be available for:
- Vaccines: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Td/Tdap, HPV, Pneumococcal, Varicella
- Tuberculin skin tests
- Allergy injections

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