Covid-19 Vaccines at Georgia Tech

Covid-19 vaccination at Georgia Tech.

We have a powerful tool in the fight against the coronavirus. Covid-19 vaccines are available at Georgia Tech for those who are eligible.

9 Things to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccines.

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Vaccine Update as of Dec. 2, 2022

Georgia Tech and the University System of Georgia are committed to the safety of our community and mitigating the spread and harmful effects of Covid-19. We continue to recognize that Covid-19 vaccines and boosters offer safe, effective protection and urge all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to get vaccinated and/or boosted.

With the widespread availability of Covid-19 vaccines and boosters, Stamps Health Services is shifting its operations to resume its student-centered mission and will end its provision of Covid-19 vaccines to faculty and staff at the end of December. Students who are seeking a Covid-19 vaccine and/or booster during the spring semester will be able to schedule a Covid-19 vaccine appointment at Stamps Health Services starting in January 2023. More information will be posted on this website.

The last Covid-19 vaccine clinic will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is open to the entire campus community and eligible family members. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a Covid-19 vaccine or booster on this date, visit Beginning, January 1, 2023, will no longer accept Covid-19 vaccine appointments.

More information about Covid-19 vaccines and recommended boosters can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: Find alternative vaccination sites at

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Vaccine Eligibility and Appointments

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Vaccine Clinic Location and Dates

Stamps Health Services - 740 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332

From 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • Tuesday, Dec. 13

Appointments are required for these clinic dates. Prior to your appointment, review the instructions to prepare for your vaccination.

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About the Vaccine

Georgia Tech biomedical engineering professors Phil Santangelo and James Dahlman discuss how the COVID-19 vaccine is made and how it works.