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COVID-19 Information: Masks are required indoors on PCC campuses and in centers. Learn more on the COVID-19 & Updates Page.

Vaccine Clinics and FAQs

Pima Community College and the Pima County Health Department are partnering to host free, no-appointment-needed vaccination clinics at our five campuses.

This action is being taken in response to the extremely contagious nature of the Delta COVID variant. Medical scientists tell us Delta is six times more contagious than the original, and it is two times more likely to make unvaccinated persons sick enough to require hospitalization.

If you are not fully vaccinated, please mark your calendars for the following dates. Community members and students are welcome to participate.

Vaccination Clinic Dates and Locations

Desert Vista Campus Community Room [map]

  • Monday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

East Campus Community Room [map]

  • Tuesday, Nov. 2, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Downtown Campus Community Room [map]

  • Wednesday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Northwest Campus Community Room [map]

  • Thursday, Nov. 4, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

West Campus Campus Community Room [map]

  • Monday, Nov. 8, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Note: A second series of clinics will be held three weeks after these clinic dates so that participants may get the second COVID shot.

We also are working on scheduling clinics at our Adult Basic Ed centers. We will provide dates and times when they are confirmed.


COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Am I eligible to get the vaccine?

Vaccine eligibility in Pima County is open to everyone 12 years and older.

Is the vaccine mandatory for Pima Community College faculty, staff and students?

The vaccine is not mandatory but is strongly encouraged.

Do I need to let Pima know I have received the vaccine?

No. Not at this time.

How do I prove I have had the vaccine?

You will be given a card for each vaccine that includes the date and the type of vaccine you received and whether it was your first or second dose.

Is there a cost to the vaccine?

You will be asked for your insurance card, but currently there is no charge if you do not have insurance or Medicare.

What should I expect after I receive the vaccine?

The CDC has details on what to expect after you receive the vaccine. 

The Pima County Health Department also has a tremendous amount of information on their pages that you might find helpful:

The Arizona Department of Health Services also has additional information. 

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