Please have your Laker Self-Assessment completed and pulled up on your device before entering.
Due to current regulations, face coverings/mask will be required. In order to maintain a social distance, please sign up for an available time slot. Clinic Sign Up
Flu Clinic Schedule
Flu Shots are now available!
Flu Clinics will be back on campus during October. Below are the dates, times and locations. Similar to 2020, we will be requesting that you sign up using the link for all on-campus clinics. As always, walk-ins at the Family Health Center, during office hours are welcome. (Lunch is from 12:00pm-1:00pm)
Daily self-assessments will be checked, and masks are required. Please call the GVSU Family Health Center at (616) 331-9830 with any questions.
2021 GVSU Flu Shot Clinics:
Oct. 5th 9:00am-11:00am-University Club Pew Campus
Oct 6th 11:00am-1:00pm- Kirkhof Center Room 2263
Oct. 7th 5:00pm-7:00pm-GVSU Family Health Center
Oct. 12th 12:00pm-2:00pm- Fieldhouse Upper Arena
Oct. 13th 1:00pm-3:00pm- University Club Pew Campus
Oct. 15th 9:00am-10:00am- Annis Water Resource Institute (Muskegon)
Oct. 18th 11:00am-1:00pm- DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health Room 104
Oct. 20th 2:00pm-4:00pm- Kirkhof Center Room 2215/2216
Oct. 27th 2:00pm-4:00pm- Cook-Devos Center for Health Sciences Room 233
Nov 2nd 11:00am-1:00pm-Fieldhouse Upper Arena Area
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I get a flu shot?
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention provides detailed information about the importance of protecting yourself and others by receiving a flu shot. Please click here for more information - Preventing Seasonal Flu With Vaccination.
Do I need an appointment to receive a flu shot?
Due to social distancing policies all on-campus clinics will require participants to sign-up for an available time. Clinic Sign Up
Appointments are not necessary at the GVSU Family Health Center, located at 72 Sheldon Blvd SE in downtown Grand Rapids. If you would prefer the convenience of an appointment, please call us to schedule T (616) 331-9830.
What are my payment options?
Insurance billing with proof of insurance, credit, and debit are accepted. Cash will not be accepted at clinics this season.
What should I bring to the flu shot clinic?
A mask/face covering will be required for all. Bring your GVSU I.D. Students/Non-Benefit Eligible Staff/Faculty and their families should bring proof of insurance and photo I.D. Save time by bringing a completed form. Flu Form Insurance Form
Which flu vaccine will be used at the flu clinics?
The quadrivalent flu vaccine, designed to protect against four different flu viruses; two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses, will be administered at the GVSU Family Health Center clinics. Additional information can be found here.
How much does a flu shot cost?
We strive to keep cost comparable to that of other local primary care offices. We will bill your insurance company. Check with your insurance carrier for coverage details. Flu shots are covered for benefit eligible GVSU faculty/staff, retirees and their dependents.
Are the flu vaccines and administration supplies latex-free?
Yes, vaccines and administration supplies are latex-free.
The GVSU Family Health Center, located downtown Grand Rapids, is operated by the Kirkhof College of Nursing and provides primary and preventative care to the community.