Staff and Faculty Flu Shot Clinics

Flu Season is Here

Flu season is right around the corner. It is more important than ever to get a flu vaccine this year.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes it’s likely that flu viruses and COVID-19 will both be spreading this fall and winter. So, you’ll want to take every precaution you can, including getting a flu vaccine.

NC State Faculty and Staff have several available options to receive their annual flu shot.


Flu Shot Options

On-Campus Clinics

University Human Resources is sponsoring appointment only vaccination clinics on campus this fall. State Health Plan members, enrolled dependents age 18+, and pre-age 65 retirees on the retiree health plan are eligible for a FREE flu vaccination at the NC State campus clinics.

Clinics will be held outdoors this year in the tents adjacent to Fountain and Case Dining Halls, as well as one clinic located on the College of Veterinary Medicine property.

Appointments are required to receive a flu shot at the below-listed clinics, face coverings are also required.

DateLocationTime
October 1Case Dining Hall Tent, 240 Jeter Drive8 am-3 pm
October 6Fountain Dining Hall Tent, 2520 Sullivan Drive8 am-3 pm
October 8CVM- Outdoor Greenspace 8 am-3 pm
October 14Case Dining Hall Tent, 240 Jeter Drive8 am-3 pm
October 21Fountain Dining Hall Tent, 2520 Sullivan Drive8 am-3 pm
October 29Case Dining Hall Tent, 240 Jeter Drive8 am-3 pm

Additional Options

Not enrolled in the State Health Plan or want additional options? Contact your local public health department, your health care provider or visit vaccinefinder.org to find a convenient location to get a flu vaccination near you.

Flu Season Information

Influenza is a highly contagious illness that affects people on college campuses across the country every flu season, which occurs in the fall and winter of each year. We advise our employees to recognize the symptoms of flu and follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation to stay home if they have the flu or suspect they have it, to avoid spreading the illness to students and co-workers.