Staying up-to-date with your COVID-19 vaccines protects you from getting sick and helps us keep the Wolf Pack healthy.
COVID-19 vaccines are:
- Thoroughly tested for safety and effectiveness
- Approved by the FDA to protect you from getting sick
- Available at no cost to you
National Vaccine Finder
Use the national Vaccine Finder to search for a vaccination location according to your zip code and see the available vaccines at each location.
Local Vaccine Sites
The Louisiana Department of Health has a listing of vaccination locations in Louisiana organized by the parish.
Have vaccine questions? Talk to a Public Health Coordinator.
In keeping with our Jesuit values, we encourage you to think critically about your decision to get vaccinated. Equipped with knowledge and the facts, you’ll be more prepared to take action. If you have any specific concerns or questions about getting your COVID-19 vaccine, please schedule an appointment with our Public Health Coordinators to discuss this topic in more detail.
Share Your Vaccine Selfies!
What does it mean to you to get your COVID-19 vaccine?
“I definitely think it is a privilege to be vaccinated, when there are so many people around the world and in our country who are having trouble accessing it. For me, it was such a small thing I could do in effort for this whole pandemic thing to finally come to an end.”
"To me, being fully vaccinated means doing my part to protect others, and finally getting to hug the most important person in my life again after a year, my grandma!"
“To me, getting vaccinated and wearing a mask means knowing I’m protected but I’m also doing what I can to protect others so we can all move forward together.”
“I haven’t seen my parents since December 17, 2019 and now that I have my vaccine and they have theirs I can finally make the trip back home to NC to see them!”
When you make your appointment, your provider should provide any necessary forms you’ll need to complete and bring with you. Wear your mask to your appointment and maintain social distancing as you do in any public setting. Don’t forget to wear short sleeves so it’s easy to receive your shot!
What to bring:
- Bring your ID and insurance card if you have one.
At your appointment:
- You’ll receive a vaccination card that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you received, the date, and the location. Keep your card in a safe place for future use.
- You’ll receive a fact sheet that tells you more about the specific COVID-19 vaccine you are receiving to help you understand the risks and benefits.
- Once you receive your shot, you will be monitored on-site to check for any reaction to the vaccine. Severe allergic reactions are very rare.