COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Information on COVID-19 Vaccines

Resources to learn more about the available vaccines.

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Student Testing Information

Information about testing available at MSU for students who are showing symptoms of COVID-19.

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Quarantine and Isolation Guidance

Guidelines and resources to help students complete their quarantine or isolation successfully.

Online and remote learning resources

Guide to Online and Remote Learning

Tips to help MSU students succeed academically in their remote and blended courses.

Access additional resources related to managing stress and anxiety, travel, research and more  

Vaccine Availability

MSU University Health Partners has the two-dose Moderna COVID-19 vaccine available.

Vaccine clinics will be held at MSU on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the remainder of the summer.

If you are an MSU student, faculty, or staff member who is 18 years or older and would like to be vaccinated against COVID-19, please log into this website using your MSU NetID and password: Once logged in, fill out the form confirming your interest in becoming vaccinated. You should then receive an email within 48 hours containing a link to sign up for a specific appointment time and date at the next available clinic. Do not share that link with others - it is only valid for one user.

Important reminder on second-dose Moderna vaccination: If you are signing up for your second dose of Moderna, please be sure to sign up for an appointment four weeks after your first dose. CDC states that it is acceptable to receive your second dose 24-42 days following your first dose, but 28 days (four weeks) is optimal. Please wait to submit the form above until at least three weeks since your first dose.

If you have any difficulty filling out the form or have questions about vaccine appointments, please call 406-994-3798.


MSU's COVID-19 Self-Checker can help students determine whether testing may be approprate and where to go for a test.