Where & When (to get vaccinated)
Gannett recommends campus-wide vaccination in order to maximize the benefit of protection from illness. It's never too soon (or too late) to consider getting your flu vaccine, as viruses continue to circulate and cause illness even in warmer weather.
Flu vaccination on campus
The 2014-15 flu vaccine (both shots and mist) is expected to be available at Gannett sometime in the fall. Check back here in early September for more information about where and when the vaccine will be available, and the cost for those who are ineligible for free vaccine.
Flu vaccination off-campus
The 2014-15 season vaccine is expected to be available from local private health care providers and at some county clinics. If you are seeking other flu vaccine resources, please contact the Tompkins County Health Department or consult your primary care provider.
You can still get vaccinated against flu viruses. Gannett offers nasal-spray vaccine to those eligible.