Gonzaga University is partnering with Providence Health Care to offer free, on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinics for Inland Northwest community residents age 16 and older. The clinics are organized and staffed by Providence and hosted by Gonzaga.

Vaccine Eligibility & Safety

Everyone 16 years of age and older in Washington State is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. People under 18 will need parent/guardian permission.

The vaccines being offered are safe and effective. For more information, visit this CDC website on Ensuring COVID-19 Vaccine Safety in the US.

Upcoming Clinics

Every Thursday throughout spring and summer
Next clinics: May 13, 20, and 27
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Martin Centre Field House, 710 E. Lower Kennedy Drive

These free clinics will be offered each Thursday throughout the spring and summer, as demand necessitates and supplies are available.

Each clinic will provide first and second doses of the Pfizer vaccine to people 16 and older. Everyone who signs up for a first-dose Pfizer vaccine will be guaranteed a second-dose appointment by Providence Health Care. Minors (ages 16 and 17) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who can provide vaccine consent. 

We request that you make an appointment for each person to receive the vaccine at each clinic. However, we are also accepting walk-ins 11 a.m.–6 p.m. If you schedule an appointment, please have photo identification to confirm your identity. 


* Links to schedule appointments for future clinics will be added as they become available. Check back approximately one week prior to each Thursday clinic date.

Gonzaga Students with Vaccination Questions

Please contact the COVID-19 Hotline at (509) 313-7070 ext. 2 and provide the hotline agent with your name, contact information and zip code. An agent will follow up with you to address your questions.

Previous Vaccine Clinics

Gonzaga University has actively worked with the Spokane Regional Health District and local healthcare organizations to offer vaccination clinics for community members in the Spokane area as well as GU students, faculty, and staff.

These clinic have been an important way for us, as a Unviersity, to live out our mission of being people for and with others who are committed to social justice and service for the common good. Gonzaga nursing students have participated in administering vaccines and numerous students, faculty and staff have volunteered their time to work at the clinics. 

Community clinics, in partnership with CHAS Health (Moderna)

These clinics were organized and staffed by CHAS Health, with Gonzaga University hosting. They were open to those who qualified under state vaccine eligibility guidelines. The Moderna vaccine was provided at these clinics.

  • Session 1: February 26–March 2, 2021
  • Session 2: March 4–6, 2021
  • Session 3: March 15–16 and March 22–23, 2021
  • Session 4: March 26–April 3, 2021

Community Clinics in Partnership with Providence Health Care (Pfizer)

These clinics were organized and staffed by Providence Health Care, with Gonzaga University hosting. The Pfizer vaccine was provided at these clinics.

  • Monday, April 19 – Open to GU students, faculty and staff only
  • Thursdays, April 22 through the spring and summer as demand necessitates, and supplies available (with exception of Thursday, May 6).