COVID-19 vaccination (primary and boosters):
Due to minimal requests in June & July 2022, scheduled vaccine clinics at MSU were
suspended on July 20th. There are many sites providing walk-in access to COVID -19
vaccines in the Bozeman community: please visit the website vaccines.gov to find a vaccination site near you.
On September 1st, 2022, CDC/ACIP authorized two boosters containing the original COVID-19 strain plus Omicron variants (Moderna and Pfizer mRNA "bivalent" vaccines) for all persons age 12 or older who are at least 2 months from their most recent COVID immunization. Supplies are very limited as of this update (09/07/22) and SHP Medical Services is working to reestablish booster clinics in the MSU SUB for the Moderna booster. We will open up scheduling when the Moderna booster becomes available to us (likely, the week of September 26th, per the most recent information from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services). Please check this page periodically to see if a clinic has been scheduled.
To determine which vaccine or booster you should receive, please visit the CDC Vaccines for COVID-19 website.
last updated 09-07-22
MSU's COVID-19 Self-Checker can help students determine whether testing may be approprate and where to go for a test.
If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days and feel ill, please call your health care provider to discuss further. Students can call Student Health Partners at 406-994-2311.
Where can I learn more about COVID-19?
For basic information about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, you can view our background page. For the latest updates, consult the links below:
About this Page
Montana State University's goal is to provide clear, concise and timely information to students, faculty, staff and visitors on what MSU is doing to protect our community. The university is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic with information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization and in consultation with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, the Gallatin City-County Health Department and our own health professionals on campus.
The information provided on this website is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered medical or legal advice. We encourage proper hygiene and health precautions, but we urge you to consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.