COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The State of Missouri recently announced COVID-19 vaccine priorities as well as the expanded criteria for individuals now eligible to receive it. Maryville University has applied with the State of Missouri to be a vaccination site for our community; however, the State of Missouri has not yet reviewed our application.

Based on the vaccination priorities, some Maryville Community members may be eligible to receive the vaccine through other healthcare providers and pharmacies before Maryville is approved to offer the vaccine on campus. Below you’ll find information about vaccination priorities as well as other resources to keep you up to date on vaccine distribution.

State of Missouri Vaccination Priorities

Below are the priority phases for vaccination as outlined by the State of Missouri. While most Maryville faculty, staff and students will not be eligible until Phase 2 or Phase 3, some will be eligible based on their work inside or outside of the university or based on increased risk for severe illness. The groups highlighted in green are eligible to receive the vaccine from area healthcare providers, pharmacies, and public health authorities.

State of Illinois Vaccination Priorities

Information on vaccination priorities for community members residing in Illinois can be found here:

Vaccination Sites and Pre-Registration

For a complete list of vaccination sites in Missouri, please visit Several counties and healthcare systems are offering pre-registration for the vaccine. Links are included below for your convenience. Please note that public health authorities and healthcare providers have received a limited number of doses and generally receive notice only a day or two in advance of new shipments and quantities.

State of Missouri Vaccine Navigator

The State of Missouri has a Vaccine Navigator tool to help Missourians navigate the COVID-19 vaccination process. You can find the tool here.

Missouri Counties

Missouri Healthcare Sites

Illinois Counties

Submitting Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination

All students, faculty and staff should submit proof of their COVID-19 vaccine here.

While the university has not made a decision about requiring the vaccine in the future, we are still asking community members to submit this information as it helps us with contract tracing efforts and to understand the vaccination needs on our campus as we prepare to become a vaccination site.

Frequently Asked Questions