On campus vaccination centre


We’re making it easier for you to protect yourself against Covid-19 by grabbing a jab at our NHS vaccination centre.

It's a walk-in centre, so you don’t need to book, just turn up and get your jab. Below you'll find details of opening times and the vaccines available. 

If you've got questions about the vaccination, you're welcome to come along to talk to a medical professional.

Vaccination centre location

The vaccination centre is located on the lower ground floor of the Charles Hastings building at our City Campus (Castle Street). The vaccination centre is well signposted from our City Campus reception, and we have a map showing how to travel between campuses.

When:

  • The centre is currently open Tuesday to Saturday, 8am-8pm. 

Vaccines available (UPDATED - 20 SEPTEMBER)

Our on-campus centre is offering the Pfizer vaccine. If you’ve already had a first dose of the AstraZeneca or Moderna vaccine, please do still drop in and we can help make alternative arrangements.

Please note that booster jabs won't be available from this centre.

International students

International students are welcome to use the centre on any day, and you don't need to be registered with a GP. 

About the centre

We’ve partnered with NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and SW Healthcare to be able to offer the vaccine to students and the local community.

Book or manage your COVID-19 vaccine appointment

Our two on-campus vaccination centres are walk-in, so you don’t need to book.

However, if you’d prefer to get your jab at a different location or time, please use the NHS online booking service. You’ll be able to pick a site, date and a time for your Covid-19 vaccine appointment.

Vaccination FAQs

Neve Ricketts (SU Vice President for Student Activities) chats to Dr Gemma Moore about the Covid-19 vaccination programme in the UK.

You can also read the clear and simple NHS guidance on Covid-19 vaccines.

Vaccination experience vlog

Neve shares her experience getting the Covid-19 vaccine in Worcester.