Pause in use of J&J vaccine

Watterson Towers as seen from the Quad

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, beginning April 13. The McLean County Health Department has confirmed that in lieu of the J&J vaccine, Pfizer will be provided for the April 15 on-campus clinic.

Weekly update, April 8, 2021

Vaccine vials

Information includes on-campus vaccination clinics for students,  an April 13 virtual town hall on vaccines; vaccination clinics for students, faculty, and staff; and more.

Student only on-campus vaccination clinics

Medicine in vials and syringe , ready for vaccine injection

Get vaccinated on campus! Students are encouraged to take advantage of on-campus vaccination clinics to be held specifically for Illinois State University students on Thursday (April 8), Friday (April 9), and Monday (April 12).

Fall 2021 update for students

ISU overpass in the spring

Illinois State University continues planning for a more traditional campus experience this fall, which includes the majority of courses offered in-person.

Weekly update, April 1

Watterson Towers as seen from the Quad

This message includes information about registering for an on-campus vaccination clinic, standby lists, vaccine eligibility and the 2021-22 academic year, clinic details, second dose vaccination clinics, and new COVID-19 testing hours.

Weekly update, March 25

Image of the Illinois State University seal with the words Gladly we learn and teach.

This message includes information about Illinois State University vaccination clinics, vaccine eligibility and the 2021-22 academic year, clinic details, second dose vaccination clinics, new COVID-19 testing hours, and guidance for those who are fully vaccinated. 

Weekly update, March 18, 2021

Fell Gates

This message includes information about expanding vaccine eligibility on April 12, Illinois State University vaccination clinics, second dose vaccination clinics, new COVID-19 testing hours, emergency grant funds, returning to on-campus work, and guidance for those who are fully vaccinated.

Weekly update, March 11, 2021

ISU seal projected

This message includes information about emergency grant funds, returning to on-campus work, guidance for those who are fully vaccinated, vaccine distribution and FAQs, sign-up for on-campus vaccination clinics, and COVID-19 testing availability.

Weekly update, March 4, 2021

Clock on the Quad

This message includes information about planning for a more traditional 2021-22 academic year, Personal Well-Being Days, Phase 1B+ eligibility, vaccine distribution and FAQs, sign-up for on-campus vaccination clinics, and COVID-19 testing availability.