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COVID-19 Vaccine Information for TCU Students, Faculty & Staff

What’s Your Vaccine Plan?

Let us know — your responses will help us with ours.

1. Register for the Vaccine at TCU

The Brown-Lupton Health Center is asking all students and employees to respond to the TCU COVID-19 Vaccine Response Form through the link below. Among other important information, the form will ask whether or not you plan to accept the vaccine from TCU when available. Those who accept the vaccine will be notified via email when they fall within the current target priority for vaccination and vaccine is available. We do not have a timeline for delivery, but your response will help us deliver the vaccine more efficiently as shipments are received.

Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine with TCU

Regístrese por la Vacuna Contra COVID-19 de TCU


2. Register for the Vaccine Through Tarrant County Public Health and Baylor Scott & White Health

All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to register to receive the vaccine through Tarrant County Public Health and Baylor Scott & White Health, in addition to TCU. Uncertainty exists surrounding TCU’s vaccine delivery at this time, so if you have the opportunity to receive one from a public health department, your pharmacy or physician, we encourage you to do so.  

Register Through Tarrant County Public Health

Register Through MyBSWHealth


3. Watch Your Email for TCU Waitlist Opportunities

Students and employees registered with TCU will be put on a waitlist in priority order for any end-of-day vaccines that go unused due to appointment no-shows at the TCU/BSWH Community Vaccine Site.  

Vaccines distributed at the site are allocated by the state to TCPH and BSWH – not TCU – and appointments are required. Appointments are assigned by BSWH. Distribution priority follows state recommended allocation protocols.


4. Share Your Vaccination Record with TCU

If you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, verify your vaccine with TCU. If you’re asked to quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure, per CDC guidance, those who have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 are not required to quarantine if they have been fully vaccinated within the last three months and show no symptoms. Plus, knowing how many of our community members are vaccinate helps inform our public health guidance.

I Have Received the COVID-19 Vaccine