COVID-19 vaccine now available by appointment in Health Services

May 6, 2021

SNC community:

Health Services is moving into a new phase for campus COVID-19 vaccination, providing individual appointments made through the Health Services office. Individuals may make an appointment by calling 920-403-3266.

St. Norbert’s last mass clinic for the COVID-19 vaccine will take place near the end of finals week. This is a second-dose clinic for those who already received their first dose of Pfizer vaccine on campus.

The college continues to strongly recommend all eligible persons (in Wisconsin, anyone age 16 or older) to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a medical condition that prevents them from doing so. 

Vaccination carries these key benefits:

  • You protect yourself and your loved ones from illness.  
  • You are doing your part to decrease COVID incidence/spread in our communities.
  • You are exempt from quarantine if listed as a close contact (once fully vaccinated, which is two weeks after your last dose).
  • You are exempt from surveillance/screening testing (once fully vaccinated, which is two weeks after your last dose).

We are all eager to move to more normal times on campus and in the wider community. You can help us get there by being vaccinated!

Find more information on the college’s COVID-19 response, and a list of Frequently Asked Questions on vaccinations, on the COVID-19 Response website. If you have questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine, please email Health Services at health@snc.edu.