The Health Center at Auraria will begin offering Covid-19 omicron fall booster vaccines and influenza vaccines beginning Sept. 19 in Plaza Room 111. Auraria Campus students, faculty members and staff members as well as their family or household members are eligible to receive both vaccines. 

Available vaccines:

  • Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is available for patients 12 years of age or older*.
  • Moderna Covid-19 vaccine is available for patients 18 years of age or older*.
  • Influenza vaccine is available for patients 12 years of age or older.

*Covid-19 omicron boosters require proof of two primary series doses of any Covid-19 vaccine at least two months prior. Those who have had a recent infection should delay any Covid-19 omicron vaccination by three months from symptom onset or positive test (if infection is asymptomatic). 

Acceptable forms of vaccine verification include a physical copy or a photo of: 

  • Covid-19 vaccine card
  • State vaccine record
  • Colorado physician/medical provider signed note

*Failure to provide proof of primary series vaccination upon check-in will result in your appointment being rescheduled. 

Read these helpful FAQs to learn more: 

Can I get both a flu shot and a Covid-19 omicron booster at the same time? 


How soon after my primary series or booster should I get the Covid-19 omicron booster? 

At least two months after most recent dose. 

If I have been recently diagnosed with Covid-19, when can I get the Covid-19 omicron booster? 

Three months after diagnosis of Covid-19. 

Is there a cost for the Covid-19 or influenza vaccine? 

No. These immunizations are offered free-of-charge. There is no need to bring your insurance card.  

How do I schedule a vaccination appointment? 

Patients are required to register for the Health Center at Auraria’s Patient Portal prior to scheduling an appointment. This is a one-time registration that allows for appointment scheduling and cancellation up to 24-hours prior to scheduled appointment time, secure communication with the Health Center at Auraria and access for any future needs. Patients with existing portal access do not need to register  again. In this case, simply log into the Patient Portal account by visiting to schedule an appointment. 

Steps to schedule a vaccination appointment

  • Submit a Patient Portal account request to the Health Center at Auraria.
    • This online request form is available here by scrolling down to select the “Patient Portal” option. 
  • Once your Patient Portal request is submitted, you will receive an e-mail in approximately one hour with a link to create your new Patient Portal Account. 
    • E-mails will be sent Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please check your junk or spam folder.
  • Follow the emailed link to complete your Patient Portal Account.
  • Once logged into your Patient Portal Account, click on the “My Appointments” tab at the top of the page.
  • In the “Reason for Visit” drop-down box, select the vaccine(s) you wish to receive.
  • In the “Provider” drop-down box, choose a “Station”.
    • Additional appointment times are available by selecting one of four Vaccine Stations (there are 4 Stations allocated for every 15-minute time slot); all Stations are in the Plaza Building Room 111.
  • In the Location drop down box, choose “Health Center at Auraria”.
  • Click ‘Search’.
  • Click on a day and time for your appointment. Please note that you will be asked to wait 15-30 minutes after your vaccine is administered for observation.
  • When the next screen appears, confirm that this is the appointment you selected and click “Submit” to finalize your appointment.

If additional assistance is needed, please contact the Health Center at Auraria directly at 303-615-9997.