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Allergy Shots and Immunizations

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Appointments and Information

(512) 475-8301
FAX: (512) 471-7119
Information on Charges and Insurance

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Wednesdays CLOSED 12pm - 1:30pm
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Entering students cannot register for classes, even at new student orientation sessions, until University Health Services has received documentation that they have had a meningococcal vaccine during the five year period prior to, but no later than ten days before the first day of classes of the semester they will enter UT Austin.

Important information including exemptions from the requirement, acceptable documentation, and how and by when to submit documentation

For additional vaccines and medical tests that are required for international students and vaccines that are recommended for all entering students, click the link below.

Incoming Students

Nurses in the UHS Allergy/Immunization Clinic provide allergy shots, immunizations, and tuberculosis (TB) testing by appointment. Charges apply.

Allergy Shots

UT students who have started an allergy desensitization program (allergy shots) with an allergist can have their injections administered at UHS. To learn more about getting your allergy shots at UHS, click the link below. Allergy testing is not available at UHS.

Getting Allergy Shots at UHS


UT students can get a wide variety of immunizations at UHS. Students, faculty, and staff can also schedule travel health counseling, immunizations, and anti-malarial medication (as appropriate) for travel abroad.

Low Cost Immunizations

Adults who don't have health insurance or whose health insurance doesn't cover vaccines can get certain vaccines at a very low cost off campus through the Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services Big Shots Immunization Clinics. Click the link below for more information.

City of Austin Big Shots Immunization Clinics

The Meningococcal B vaccine is not available at University Health Services. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) does not recommend routine vaccination of adolescents.

According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The current low prevalence of disease, coupled with the fact that important data for making policy recommendations for MenB vaccines are not yet available, resulted in ACIP determining that insufficient evidence exists to make a routine public health recommendation that all adolescents be vaccinated with MenB vaccine. Learn more here.

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