Flu Shots - Walk in and By appointment for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Before Thanksgiving: Protect your family. Horns up! Do your part and protect the herd! 

Flu shots are now available to registered students, faculty, and staff by appointment through Friday, November 20. Flu vaccinations are offered on all campuses. Please call the telephone number for the campus clinic most convenient for you (below) for appointments or information. All Bulls are encouraged to get the flu shot so they're prepared for cold and flu season. COVID + Flu = we don't want it to happen to you!

STUDENTS: You will not have to pay out of pocket for your flu shot. The flu shot is included with tuition.

Tampa 813.445.4976 or 813.974.2331
St. Petersburg 727.873.4422
Sarasota-Manatee 941.487.4254

No-Cost Flu Clinics for Students, Faculty, and Staff 
Location Dates
Tampa campus
SHS 100 between USF Bookstore and Castor Beach
4107 USF Cedar Circle, Tampa, FL 33620
  • Friday, Nov. 20 - Drop in 9am – 12noon & 1pm - 5pm
  • Monday-Tuesday, Nov 23 & 24 - by scheduled appointment
  • Wednesday Nov 25 - by scheduled appointment; Limited hours & availability 

St. Petersburg campus 
Wellness Center

Friday, November 20 by scheduled appointment
Sarasota-Manatee campus
SMD 105
Friday, November 20 - Drop in 1pm – 4pm

STAFF & FACULTY: The flu vaccination can be administered by appointment, Monday - Friday.

  • The flu shot is covered 100% by the State PPO, HMO, and high deductible insurance plans.
  • OPS Staff may receive the flu vaccination without insurance for $25. 
  • If you have an alternate insurance plan that does not cover the vaccination 100%, the maximum out of pocket cost is $25.


Flu Shot Myths

  1. Flu shots will give you the flu. 
    • FALSE... the vaccine contains the dead flu virus... it is dead.... It cannot infect you.
  2. Vaccines are dangerous. 
    • FALSE... Vaccines are, arguably, the greatest medical advance in history. They've prevented more illness and death than any treatment.
  3. It's after November; it's too late to get a flu shot. 
    • FALSE... There are plenty of vaccines left, and the flu stays around through March, so you still have plenty of time to protect yourself.
  4. I got the vaccine last year, so I am protected. 
    • FALSE... Each year there are new strains of the flu virus and the vaccine needs to change to keep up.

By arming yourself with a flu shot you are protecting yourself and those around you. Watch Rocky get his flu shot in this short video.