Mason students, faculty and staff can sign up for the free on-campus mpox vaccine clinic. Appointments recommended, sign up online with Sign Up Genius. Walk-ins on a space available basis only. Anyone may receive this vaccine. You will not be asked at the clinic about why you would like to be vaccinated.

Sign Up!

DATE: Wed., April 3
TIME: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
LOCATION:  Student Health Services, SUB 1, Room 2300

Two doses provide the best protection. Get dose 1, wait 4 weeks, and then get dose 2.

Click here to learn more about mpox and mpox vaccine from the CDC. Mpox virus infection can cause rashes and other symptoms and can be spread through close, personal contact. Vaccination is an important tool in preventing the spread of mpox.

Per the CDC, get the mpox vaccination if you:

  • Are a gay, bisexual, or other same-gender loving man who has sex with men or are transgender, gender non-binary, or gender-diverse.
  • Have had sexual or intimate contact with someone who may have mpox. Get vaccinated as soon as possible after exposure, regardless of your sexual or gender identity.

AND, if you, in the last 6 months, have had or expect to have:

  • One or more sexually transmitted infections
  • A weakened immune system because of another illness, like HIV
  • Sexual or intimate contact with a person who is at risk of mpox
  • Anonymous sexual or intimate contact, or more than one sexual partner