Austin Community College District (ACC) will expand the on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinic to employees, their families, and students. Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible. The first clinic will open Friday, April 23, at ACC Highland Campus, Building 2000. Those who attend the clinic will receive the Pfizer vaccine. They will need to come back on May 14 for their second dose.
Up to 500 appointments are available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Employees and students may sign up by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from their ACC email address. The email must include the employee or student’s name, preferred phone number, and ACC eID as well as the names and birthdays of any family members who are signing up to receive the vaccine. Those who register will then receive an email stating the appointment times they are assigned.
“Special thanks to our ACC Health Sciences faculty, operations staff, and ACC Police for conducting this clinic and to our community partners, Travis County Judge Andy Brown and his staff, and Geronimo Rodriguez at Seton Ascension, for helping make the vaccine available to ACC,” says Dr. Molly Beth Malcolm, ACC Campus Operations & Public Affairs executive vice president.
The team met April 20 at Highland Campus to discuss final preparations for the clinic. View photos from the tour below.
More information can be found at austincc.edu/coronavirus.