Covid-19 vaccines on campus

The University has organised vaccinations on City Campus

Pop-up vaccination event

Celebrate New Zealand's National Day of Action for vaccination on 16 October.

Dates: Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October
Time: 9am-6pm
Location: Level 1, Sir Owen G Glenn Building (OGGB): 12 Grafton Road, Auckland.

Free parking is available in the building.

Please remember:

  • While on campus under Alert Level 3, you are required to use the NZ COVID Tracer app, with Bluetooth turned on.
  • You must bring some form of identification.

How to book

You can walk-in or make an appointment online at No code is required.

Choose 3-week option to book 2nd vaccination. You can select to have the 2nd dose at another vaccination location.

The UniChem Pharmacy in Kate Edger is also administering vaccines. More information below.

Get vaccinated and be in to win!

If you're a current student at the University of Auckland, there are two ways you could be in to win:

Get vaccinated at the pop-up centre

We have three $100 vouchers to give away across the weekend for those who get either their first or second dose at our pop-up centre on campus. Here's how to enter:

  1. Book an appointment for the pop-up vaccination centre using the instructions above.
  2. After you have received your vaccine, there will be a QR code you can scan, which will take you to an online form.
  3. Fill out the online form with your name, email address and student ID number.
  4. That's it!

Winners will be picked randomly after the event on Monday 18 October and will be notified by email.

Share with us that you've been vaccinated on social media

We have three $100 vouchers to give away to those who have already had one or two doses of the vaccine. Here's how to enter:

  1. Follow us on Instagram and wait for the competition to be posted on Tuesday 12 October.
  2. Instructions about how to enter will be posted there. Stay tuned!

We will pick one winner each day on Wednesday 13, Thursday 14, and Friday 15 October. Winners will be notified on Instagram and asked to provide their student ID and proof of vaccination.

Why get vaccinated?

Vaccination is our best line of defence to combat Covid-19. You will have seen how difficult it is to contain the current Delta variant outbreak, which is why the country is in lockdown.

Consequently, the vaccine rollout has become more urgent and we really want to make sure everyone is protected as quickly as possible. You need to have two doses of the vaccine.

We can do this.

Please note, advice from the Ministry of Health is that vaccination will give you greater protection against catching Covid-19. And if you do contract Covid-19 after you’ve been fully vaccinated, you will experience a milder form of the virus. If you have any questions about the Covid-19 vaccine, please go to the Government’s Covid-19 website.

Everyone in Aotearoa New Zealand aged 12 years and over can book their free COVID-19 vaccination now.

Vaccines also available at KEIC UniChem

The UniChem Pharmacy in Kate Edger Information Commons is also administering Covid-19 vaccinations. If you are unable to attend the pop-up event, or will need to follow-up for your second vaccine, you can also get vaccinated on campus here.

Find your nearest vaccination centre

If you are not near campus, but still want to get vaccinated, there are vaccine centres around the country, who are ready and willing to make an appointment with you, or allow walk-ins.

A platform developed by a team of nine University of Auckland and AUT alumni just one month ago has already helped 70,000 Kiwis find and book their Covid vaccinations. is a tool that helps people locate an available vaccination centre near them quickly and easily, with the aim of helping New Zealand reach its 90% vaccination target as soon as possible.