This message was sent to students on behalf of the Student Health Service.
You are receiving this email because Wake Forest has an opportunity to offer COVID-19 vaccination appointments and you may be eligible. If you have already received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, please disregard this email.
What: Wake Forest University has appointments available for Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine
When: Monday, March 29 (only one dose required)
Where: The Sutton Center on Reynolda Campus
Who: Students eligible in Group 3 or Group 4 are invited to register for an appointment
- Group 3 (Frontline Essential): Includes student employees whose work responsibilities require them perform their work on-site at WFU property.
- Group 4 (High-Risk Medical Conditions): Includes anyone 16 and older with one or more high-risk medical conditions for severe disease from COVID-19. View the complete list of eligible high-risk medical conditions to determine your eligibility.
Note: If you are a student and under the age of 18, you should contact the Student Health Service at email@example.com or (336) 758-5218 to discuss how to schedule your appointment.
Registration » Click to view available appointments
If you are eligible and would like to receive a free vaccination, please register for an appointment through Wake Forest Baptist Health. Appointments are limited and only available time slots will be visible on the registration site. Walk-in appointments will not be available, you must register for an appointment in advance.
If you are unable to register for an appointment, you may also add your name to the waitlist for same-day cancellations. A WFU representative will contact you via phone if any same-day appointments unexpectedly become available – please note that this call could come from an unfamiliar number. If you are able to secure a vaccine appointment, please remove your name from the waitlist by visiting the waitlist form link again and editing your response.
Preparing for Your Appointment
- Pre-register in CVMS: Prior to your appointment, you may receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org asking you to pre-register in the North Carolina COVID-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS). Pre-registering in CVMS will help us provide a more streamlined process during your appointment. A North Carolina physical address must be used; out-of-state students may use their Wake Forest P.O. Box.
- Class Considerations: You may want to consider your schedule following your appointment in case you experience side effects.
If you need additional help registering in CVMS, watch this short tutorial video or review the CVMS user guide (registration instructions begin on page 9).
Questions: For general questions, students may contact the Call Center at (336) 758-7500 (Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern). Students should contact the Student Health Service (email@example.com, (336) 758-5218) or their Primary Care Physician with questions regarding COVID-19 vaccine efficacy or safety.
The Friday, March 26, on-campus vaccination clinic also has a limited number of appointments still available. If you already have an appointment at this Friday’s clinic, please keep your originally scheduled appointment. North Carolina plans to open up eligibility to all of Group 4 – which includes all WFU students living in residence halls – beginning April 7.
Even after receiving the vaccine, everyone should continue to practice safety measures, including wearing a mask, social distancing and participating in Wake Forest’s weekly asymptomatic testing. While the vaccination is not required by Wake Forest University, we encourage you to consider this opportunity.
Student Health Service