- When should I arrive?
- Do I need to do anything ahead of time?
- Do I have to bring anything?
- Do I need to provide documentation of my pre-existing condition?
- Can I eat and take my medications before and after I get vaccinated?
- Can I bring someone with me?
- What happens during the appointment?
- What happens if I have a bad reaction?
- When can I leave?
Updated: June 30
Please bring your NYU ID card and the confirmation email you receive on the morning of your appointment. You must show your confirmation email to the Campus Safety officer to be allowed in the building.
If you are receiving your second dose, please bring your vaccine card.
After you check in, you will be asked to complete some forms. Your nurse will review your health history and any health conditions you might have, make sure you’re eligible to receive the vaccine, and administer your vaccine.
After you receive your vaccine, you’ll remain in the vaccine clinic for 15-30 minutes so our nurses can monitor you for an adverse reaction (this is uncommon).
Before you receive your vaccine, your nurse will review your health history and any conditions that might give you a higher likelihood to have an adverse reaction.
If you do have a reaction, we have trained medical staff on-site who will respond quickly to make sure you’re safe and well.
If you have an adverse reaction to your first dose, our medical team will advise you on whether or not you should receive your second dose.