Should I get the COVID-19 vaccine? Where can I register to get it? These are questions on the minds of many now that vaccines are available to help end the coronavirus pandemic.

How to Get the Vaccine

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Vaccination Clinic is open to serve the UMB community and select partners to Get The Vaccine. The UMB Vaccination Clinic can provide vaccinations for the Native American population, tribal or Native American agency employees, and Baltimore City residents, workers, and students.

The vaccine is available to those 16 and older. A parent or legal guardian must accompany individuals under the age of 18.

Native Americans who need technology help or other assistance using the scheduling link can call Native American Lifelines at 410-837-2258.

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Baltimore City residents, workers, and students who need assistance registering can call 410-706-3000.


The UMB Vaccine Clinic is located at 601 W. Lombard St., Baltimore, MD 21201.

Parking Locations

Pratt Street Garage
646 W. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

Guests with accessibility needs should park on the third floor of the Pratt Street Garage.

Penn Street Garage
120 S. Penn St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

Parking Cost

One hour or less: $7
One hour or more; flat rate: $9

Directions to Campus and Parking

Walk-Up Vaccinations

Walk-up vaccination slots are available Thursday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for:

  • UMB Students and Employees
  • Native Americans & Tribal Agency Employees
  • Baltimore City Residents, Workers & Students
  • Baltimore Metro Area Residents

The Pfizer vaccine is available to those 16 and older. A parent or legal guardian must accompany individuals under the age of 18.

For a walk-up vaccination, please go to 601 W. Lombard St. Baltimore, MD 21201.


If you have any questions about the vaccine before registering or before arriving to your appointment, please visit for more information.

No available appointment times work for me. How can I get a vaccination appointment?

Email or call (410) 706-3000 to request a new link. Please note, vaccine slots are limited and availability cannot be guaranteed for future dates.

What do I need to know before my vaccine appointment?

Visit this site PDF for important information about what to know before your appointment, as well as what to expect after you receive your vaccine.

When should I arrive?

Please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before your appointment.

What do I need to bring to my vaccine appointment?

Face coverings (such as cloth masks) are required for everyone entering the SMC Campus Center. Please also bring a form of identification.

I have a history of allergies. What is the best time to get my vaccine?

If you have a history of allergies, consider scheduling your appointment at the end of your workday. Talk to your primary care physician if you have any questions or concerns prior to getting the vaccine.

I need to reschedule or cancel my vaccine appointment. What do I do?

Please email or call (410) 706-3000 to reschedule or cancel your appointment. It may take up to one business day to process your request.

Why I Got the Shot

Baltimore City Health Department

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Services

Native American LifeLines Urban Indian Health

National Council of Urban Indian Health