COVID-19 vaccine clinics dates and times
Larimer County vaccine clinics at Moby Arena – appointments required:
- Friday, September 17 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Moderna and J&J brands available)
How to make a vaccine appointment at Moby Arena:
- Go the Larimer County vaccine clinic registration page: https://larimerhealth.secure.force.com/Vaccine/Vaccine_Registration_Private
- Select English or Spanish to proceed.
- Enter the following Pre-Registration ID#: CSUS@fe
- Select “Search for Event” to view available appointments at Moby Arena.
- Select your preferred date.
- Select your preferred time and vaccine brand. Note that J&J (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson) is a one-dose vaccine, and Moderna is a two-dose vaccine that will require you to return for your second dose four weeks later.
- Complete the online registration form. If you are an out-of-state or international student, use your CSU/Fort Collins address when registering.
- Select “Save and Continue” to confirm your appointment.
Get your vaccine at other locations:
Many grocery store pharmacies are offering free COVID-19 vaccines without an appointment. This includes most King Soopers, Walgreens, Costco, Safeway, and Walmart pharmacies.
Transportation to and from your vaccine appointment is available. Please contact the provider you will be seeing for your vaccine appointment to connect with available transportation services.
- Larimer County vaccine clinics – open to general public
- VaccineFinder – search by zip code to find local pharmacies and vaccine providers with appointment availability
- List of all COVID-19 vaccine providers in Larimer County – scroll down and click “Providers” tab.
Why get a COVID vaccine?
- Data show COVID-19 vaccines are extremely effective in protecting fully vaccinated people from severe illness, hospitalization, and death due to the virus, including variants.
- Millions of people, including thousands of CSU students and employees, have received a COVID-19 vaccine, under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history.
- Those who are not fully vaccinated are required to screen twice a week.
- If you are not fully vaccinated and get exposed to a confirmed COVID-19 case, you will be required to quarantine. This could result in you missing class, work, and social events, and may require you to temporarily relocate to another residence.