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Boise State Vaccination Clinic

Buster Bronco visits the vaccine clinic in Campus School, John Kelly photo.

The Boise State Vaccination Clinic is open to the general public. Clinic staff are trained and ready to administer the following vaccine types dependent upon vaccine supply and available appointments:

  • Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine (two-dose vaccine currently FDA approved for individuals ages 16+, also available under emergency use authorization for individuals ages 5-15).
  • Moderna vaccine (two-dose vaccine currently FDA approved for individuals ages 18+).
  • Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine (currently authorized for individuals ages 18+).

How much will the COVID-19 vaccine cost?

The cost of COVID-19 vaccines is free for everyone.  However, a vaccine administration fee may be charged to your insurance if applicable.  

  • Insured: please bring your insurance card to your appointment. We will bill your insurance, but should there be any charges associated with your COVID-19 vaccination not covered by your insurance you will NOT be billed for uncovered charges.
  • Uninsured: Boise State offers COVID-19 vaccination services to the uninsured free of charge. Please bring a valid driver’s license OR Social Security Number. 

If you have any questions or concerns about vaccination charges, please contact the Boise State Vaccination Clinic at or (208) 426-2969. If you believe you have received a bill in error please contact our medical billers, OnDemand, at (208) 947-5390.

About the Vaccination Clinic

The Vaccination Clinic, as a service of the Public Health office, is an enrolled Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) COVID-19 Vaccination Program Provider. COVID-19 vaccination services are available by appointment and limited depending upon vaccine supply, allocation from the State of Idaho and clinic operations. Mass vaccination services are not available at this time.


Boise State Vaccination Clinic (Map)
2100 W University Dr
Campus School Room 106A
Boise, ID 83706

Campus School is located between the Brady Street Garage, Interactive Learning Center and the Mathematics Building. Enter using the northeast entrance, which can be accessed from the parking lot located between Campus School and the Interactive Learning Center.


Limited complimentary parking, including accessible parking, is available in the parking lot located northeast of Campus School, or in the Brady Street Garage during your appointment. Additional pay-to-park options are available in the Brady Street Garage.


Regular hours are Fridays, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Operating days and hours are subject to change. The Vaccination Clinic is not open on days of university closure.

Contact information

If you have questions concerning signing up for the vaccination, how to make an appointment for the vaccine, questions concerning the registration process or other vaccine related questions please contact or call (208) 426-2969.

Scheduling Appointments

Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available by scheduled appointments on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

View COVID-19 vaccine appointment page

Campus community members are encouraged to review appointment offerings from other local providers and discouraged from double booking appointments to ensure access for others seeking appointments.

More information

What brand of COVID-19 vaccine will I receive?

The vaccination clinic is currently vaccinating patients with the following vaccine type(s)*



Johnson & Johnson

*Vaccine type is subject to change based upon supply levels and doses allocated by the State of Idaho. If your vaccine type requires two doses, you will receive the same type of vaccine during each vaccine appointment.

Can my child (aged 5-11) receive the vaccine?

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is now authorized for emergency use in children aged 5-11 and is recommended for this age group by the CDC. Appointments are now available at Boise State Vaccination Clinic, subject to availability and to supply levels.

Do I need a vaccine booster?

CDC recommends that everyone ages 12 and older receives a COVID-19 booster vaccine at least 5 months after they have completed their primary series of Pfizer-BioNTech (12 and older) or Moderna (18 and older) or 2 months after a Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) dose.

CDC approved boosters are available at the Boise State Vaccination Clinic. More information about COVID-19 vaccines and primary booster recommendations can be found on the CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters page.

Do I need a second vaccine booster dose?

CDC recommends that immunocompromised individuals over the age of 18 and all individuals over the age of 50 receive a second booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at least 4 months after their initial booster. It is recommended that immunocompromised individuals ages 12 – 17 receive a second booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine only at least 4 months after their initial booster.

CDC also recommends that adults who received an initial vaccine and booster dose of the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago receive a second booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. 

CDC approved boosters are available at the Boise State Vaccination Clinic. More information about additional booster vaccine recommendations and eligibility can be found on our Additional Booster Guidance page.

What happens if I lose my vaccination card?

A replacement COVID-19 vaccination card request can be processed from Boise State if you were vaccinated at Boise State University, ExtraMile Arena, or at one of Boise State’s pop-up clinics. Two options are available to you from Boise State to obtain a replacement record.

If you are in Boise or the surrounding area and would like a replacement COVID-19 vaccine card, please visit our Boise State Vaccination Clinic on Fridays, between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with a valid government issued ID. We can then issue a replacement card on site.

If you are unable to visit the clinic in person, we can send you an electronic copy of your vaccination card (we do NOT send CDC issued vaccine cards in the mail).

To receive this electronic copy, the person whose record is being requested should email (if you are a Boise State community member please send this information using a Boise State email address) and provide the following information:

  • the full name of the person whose record is being requested
  • student or employee ID number
  • mailing address used when registering for the vaccination to be used as identification verification
  • a copy of the following acknowledgement statement: I acknowledge that communications via email over the internet are not secure and that although it is unlikely, there is a possibility that information I include in this email can be intercepted and read by other parties besides the person to whom it is addressed.

If you were vaccinated at a location other than Boise State University, Extra Mile Arena, or at one of Boise State’s pop-up clinics, please contact that location to inquire as to the process to replace a lost card.

Should I take time off when I get the vaccine?

Some people report mild flu-like symptoms after receiving the vaccine; many have reported minimal reactions after the first dose, but a slightly stronger reaction after the second. If you have concerns, you should consider scheduling your vaccine when you have the following day off.

Where can I get more information about COVID-19 vaccines?

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