Cougar Health Services is now offering COVID-19 vaccines to current WSU Pullman students who are eligible, based on guidelines provided by the Washington Department of Health.

  • Appointments are required. Eligible students must call Cougar Health Services (509-335-3575) to schedule their appointment.
  • Bring your CougarCard or some form of Identification.

Clinic Schedules

  • FULL Thursday, March 25 (Primer) and Thursday, April 15 (Booster) – Pfizer
  • FULL Friday, April 2 (Primer) and Friday, April 23 (Booster) – Pfizer
  • FULL Friday, April 9 (Primer) and Friday, April 30 (Booster) – Pfizer
  • Friday, April 16 (Primer) and Friday, May 7 (Booster) – Appointments are not yet available. 

Visit the Vaccine Locator to find open clinics in the community.

Current eligibility includes, but is not limited to:

  • Expanded Eligibility (Effective April 16)
    • All Washingtonians age 16 and up will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Expanded Eligibility (Effective March 31)
    • People 16 years or older with 2 or more co-morbidities or underlying conditions.
      • Some underlying conditions include asthma, diabetes, being overweight or obesity, chronic illnesses, smoking (current or former) or substance use disorders.
      • You will not be asked to identify your underlying conditions when scheduling an appointment.
    • All people 60 years and older.
    • People, staff and volunteers in certain congregate living settings: correctional facilities; groups homes for people with disabilities; settings where people experiencing homelessness live or access services.
    • High-risk critical workers in certain congregate settings: restaurants, food services, construction and manufacturing
  • All people 16 or older who are pregnant or have a disability that puts them at high risk for severe COVID-19 illness.
  • High-risk health care workers in health care settings, high risk first responders
  • Long-term care facility residents
  • All people 65 years and older
  • All people 50 and older in multigenerational homes
  • Educators and staff for pre-K through 12th grade
  • Child care providers
  • High risk critical workers in certain congregate settings: agriculture, food processing, grocery stores, corrections, prisons/jails/detention centers, first responders, public transit.

See complete eligibility information here. 

The Washington State vaccination plan focuses on equity. This approach prioritizes population groups who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 due to external social factors and systemic inequities, including people of color; people with limited English proficiency; people in shared housing, crowded housing, and multigenerational homes; people in poverty and low-wage earners; people with disabilities that are connected to underlying health conditions that may put them at higher risk of COVID-19; and people with access barriers to healthcare. The social vulnerability index is one of several inputs informing equitable vaccine allocation.

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

Preparing for Your COVID-19 Vaccination

Getting your COVID-19 Vaccine

When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated