The vaccine is our shot to keep our campus and community safe.
Vaccination Policy
Due to a federal court order which blocks the federal government from enforcing a vaccination mandate for federal contractors, the University of Missouri System has suspended policy HR-703, which required certain employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • If you have already uploaded documentation of your vaccination, you do not need to take any further action. Your documentation will remain on file.
  • If you requested an exemption, you do not need to take any further action. We will suspend the processing of your request and keep it pending. If the vaccination requirements come back into effect at some point in the future, your exemption request will be processed at that time.
  • If you have not uploaded documentation or requested an exemption, we continue to encourage you to get vaccinated to protect your health and the health of our university community. You can voluntarily upload your vaccination documentation through myHR (myhr.umsystem.edu).

In the event the federal contractor vaccination mandate comes back into effect, UM System will update employees of changes to the policy.

The vaccination requirements implemented in August 2021 for University of Missouri Health System employees and for UMKC faculty, staff and students who have direct patient contact in health care settings, remain in effect.

Get Your Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccinations are safe, effective and available at no cost at all vaccine clinics, whether or not you have health insurance.

On Campus

No on-campus vaccine clinics are scheduled at this time. Please check back for updates.

Off Campus

University Health Truman Medical Center
We continue to offer vaccinations to members of our campus community through our partners at University Health Truman Medical Center. Information on walk-in vaccination availability can be found here.

Kansas City Health Department
The Kansas City Health Department offers a variety of clinics throughout the city. For a list of locations and times and to register for your shot, visit the health department’s website.

Jackson County Health Department
The Jackson County Health Department offers a variety of clinics throughout the area including walk-in clinics. For a list of locations and times, visit the health department’s website.

 

Have Questions?

We understand that there are many personal factors that you may be considering when choosing to get the vaccine and that it can be difficult to sort through all of the information available. There are several resources available for you to get information from trusted sources.

Here are some options:

• Visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Frequently Asked Questions page
• Make an appointment with your doctor
• Make an appointment with UMKC Student Health