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COVID Vaccines at UNCP

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Students, faculty and staff can upload a copy of their vaccine card to their patient health information portal by clicking the button below. 

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Faculty, staff and on-campus students:

Get a COVID vaccine booster, get a $100 Visa gift card! Getting vaccinated and then getting a booster is the best defense against COVID, including the omicron variant.   

Already boosted? You are still eligible for a gift card. Simply upload proof of your COVID booster to your Patient Health Portal. Your gift card will be available for pick up at Student Accounts located in Brave Central five business days after you upload. You must come in person with your Braves Card to pick up your gift card.

Gift cards are left over from our vaccine incentive program last semester and will only be available while the existing supplies last. Don’t miss your chance to receive a gift card while protecting yourself and those around you!

COVID Booster Card

About COVID Vaccines

Safe, effective vaccines, along with mask-wearing and social distancing, is our best protection against the spread of COVID and can help us return to normal as quickly as possible. We encourage you to learn more about the safety and efficacy of COVID vaccines and make an informed decision about which vaccine is right for you by reading more about the different vaccines available

In addition to the vaccination efforts sponsored by UNCP, students, faculty and staff also have the option of getting their COVID vaccine at any off-campus provider. To find an alternate convenient vaccine location near you, visit

Vaccine Clinics On Campus

UNC Pembroke is now offering 1st doses, 2nd doses and booster doses at the on-campus vaccine clinics. No appointments are necessary, walk-ins are accepted!

Campus vaccine clinics are open to faculty, staff and students. 


Student Health Services is offering the following vaccine clinic options:

Pfizer (1st, 2nd and booster doses) and Flu Vaccines.

Due to limited supply and to prevent waste, this vaccine clinic is available every Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Brave Health Center.

Moderna: 2nd doses and Booster doses ONLY.

Due to limited supply and to prevent waste, this vaccine clinic is available every Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Brave Health Center.

Appointments are not required but can be made in the patient portal. Walk-ins are accepted!

From the Experts

Don't hesitate. Vaccinate.

Robin Gary Cummings, M.D.

Don't hesitate. Vaccinate.

Melissa Packer, Assistant Health Director
Robeson County Health Department

Don't hesitate. Vaccinate.

Lisa Hunt, Community Health Director
Scotland Healthcare Systems

Don't Hesitate. Vaccinate.

Dr. Chamaine Brooks-Locklear, M.D.
Pembroke Family Practice Center

Community Mobile Vaccine Clinics

UNC Pembroke's College of Health Sciences and Department of Nursing offered free COVID vaccines to the community, faculty and staff throughout the region at mobile vaccine clinic locations. These clinics offered the Moderna vaccine and have now completed second doses for all stops. 

The UNCP Mobile Health Clinics have been to the following locations:

  • Dial’s Family Care (Pembroke)
  • Angelo’s Home Care (Pembroke)
  • Sarah’s Home Care/B&B Assisted Living (Pembroke)
  • Cromartie Rest Home (St. Pauls)
  • St. Pauls Elementary School (St. Pauls)
  • Southside Ashpole Elementary (Rowland)
  • UNC Pembroke Campus (Pembroke)
  • First Missionary Baptist Church (Parkton)
  • Prospect United Methodist Church (Prospect)
  • St. Joseph Miracle Revival Center (Red Springs)
  • First Baptist Church (Fairmont)
UNCP mobile clinic