COVID-19 vaccine information
COVID-19 vaccine requirement
12/7/21 update: On Tuesday, Dec. 7, a federal judge in Georgia blocked President Joe Biden's executive order requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for federal employees, contractors and others. Effective immediately, K-State has paused its COVID-19 vaccine requirement. Learn more.
Ongoing COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Lafene Health Center continues to offer COVID-19 vaccine opportunities for students, faculty and staff. Lafene is offering the one-dose Johnson & Johnson and the two-dose Moderna vaccines as available.
COVID-19 vaccines are available from Monday through Friday. Appointments are required and can be made on the myLafene+ patient portal or by calling Lafene Health Center at 785-532-6544.
COVID-19 vaccination documentation
Students, faculty and staff can voluntarily upload their COVID-19 vaccine cards to the myLafene+ patient portal. By uploading the cards, K-Staters can help Lafene Health Center continue to track vaccination rates at the university. Providing proof of vaccination is not a requirement at this time and doing so is voluntary.
Follow these steps to voluntarily upload your COVID-19 vaccine card.
- Log in to the myLafene+ patient portal.
- Navigate to the Medical Clearances section at the top of the left menu.
- Click on the green Update button in the COVID Vaccine section at the bottom of the page.
- Upload an electronic copy of your COVID-19 vaccination card. The electronic copy can be in JPG, JPEG, PNG, PDF or GIF format. You can take a photo of your vaccine card or scan an electronic version of the physical card.
Frequently asked questions
Read frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccines and the vaccination process at Lafene Health Center.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers booster recommendations for all three available COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S.
The information provided on this page regarding COVID-19 vaccines, including references to safety, efficacy, and availability, is for informational purposes only. Please refer to the CDC website and state and local health department resources for further information about COVID-19 vaccines.