Counseling, Testing, and Health Services

Flu & Other Immunization Information

Flu vaccines will be available for UMHB students for a fee. If your health insurance covers the flu vaccine you may want to check with your local provider.

Where are flu shots offered?

Health Center on the third floor of Mabee Student Success Center. Call (254) 295-4696 for an appointment (group appointments available upon request).

UMHB student nurses who have satisfied certain academic and clinical requirements may assist with flu shots periodically.  You may avail yourself of this service or if you prefer, you can receive your flu shot directly from Nurse Debbie.  It is recommended that you stay for 20 minutes after receiving the flu vaccine, especially if you are a first-time recipient. 

Please note that if you have cold or flu symptoms, fever, or if you have previously experienced a reaction to the flu vaccine, you should not participate. If you are pregnant or have other questions regarding flu vaccines, please consult with your physician. 

Read the Flu Vaccination Information Statement, print and complete the Consent Form, and bring it with you when you come to get your Flu vaccine with UMHB Health Services. Click on the purple botton below.

Flu Vaccination Information & Consent Form

Getting a flu shot is the best way to prevent the flu.

Know the Difference Between Colds and Flu - videos and information

CDC has published the recommendations for the prevention and control of influenza
. CDC recommends an annual flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older. Flu activity is low across the United States now, but usually begins to increase in October and most commonly peaks between January and March. Make plans to get your flu vaccine this fall.

Immunization Information for Adults:

"You never outgrow the need for vaccines. The specific immunizations you need as an adult are determined by factors such as your age, lifestyle, high-risk conditions, type and locations of travel, and previous immunizations." (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Recommended Immunizations for Adults (19 years and older)