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Stanford University Flu Information

The flu season has started earlier this year than in recent years, and Influenza activity is now widespread in California. FREE FLU VACCINATIONS remain available for the Stanford community at the Stanford University Occupational Health Center and Vaden Health Center. Contact us for more information.

Getting Vaccinated is as Easy as 1 – 2!

Complete the flu consent form electronically.
  • Sign into your employee health portal using your SUNET ID and password
  • Click on the ‘annual flu questionnaire’ and complete the flu questionnaire

Upcoming Events for University Affiliates

Free Vaccination Eligibility

  • Active Stanford University Faculty and Staff
  • Retirees
  • Postdoctoral Scholars/Fellows
  • Registered Students
  • Medical Students
  • Spouse/Domestic Partner of Graduate or Undergraduate Students

Vaccination for $32.00 Fee (Check Payable to Stanford University)

  • Spouse of Active Stanford University Faculty and Staff
  • Spouse of SLAC Employee
  • Spouse of Postdoctoral Scholar/Fellow
  • Spouse of Retiree

For Vaden Health Center & Dining Hall Flu Clinics


  • Bring your Stanford University ID as well as your hospital badge (if you are a medical student, University Faculty/Staff)
  • Wear a short-sleeved shirt if possible
  • No vaccinations will be provided to children.
  • Spouse/domestic partners of students must be accompanied by the student and bring personal ID for verification purposes.
  • Stanford University physicians with Hospital IDs: University physicians with SHC/LPCH ID badges may also be eligible for vaccination at a Stanford Hospital & Clinics flu vaccination venue. Please see the ‘Healthcare Workers’ tab on this website and the Stanford Hospital Occupational Health Services website for additional information.
  • High-dose influenza vaccine is available for persons 65 years of age and older who are interested in receiving it. For questions regarding whether to receive the high-dose vaccine, please consult a primary care provider.
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