November 18, 2021
Reminder: Faculty, staff can win prizes by getting COVID-19 vaccine
Kansas State University faculty and staff can win prizes — including Apple Watches, Apple MacBook Pros, K-State Union gift cards and more — by getting the COVID-19 vaccination.
Every week the university draws names of faculty or staff members who meet the following requirements:
- Have been fully vaccinated or have completed their first dose of a two-dose series with the second dose scheduled.
- Have filled out the vaccination incentive program survey.
Weekly prize drawings will continue every Monday through Nov. 22. A list of prizes by level is available on the K-State COVID-19 website.
The 10th weekly drawing occurred on Monday, Nov. 15. The full list of prizes and the winners' units included:
- $50 K-State Student Union gift cards went to employees in the College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Agriculture, the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering, the College of Arts and Sciences, Housing and Dining Services, the College of Health and Human Sciences, and the Division of Information Technology.
- An Apple Watch went to an employee in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
- Holiday hams went to employees in Housing and Dining Services, K-State Research and Extension, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Division of Facilities and the Graduate School.
- Holiday turkeys went to employees in the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture, the K-State Salina Aerospace and Technology Campus, the College of Veterinary Medicine and Housing and Dining Services.
Learn more about the vaccination incentive program for faculty and staff.
Vaccination is the best protection against COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines are available by appointment at Lafene Health Center. To schedule an appointment, log in to your myLAFENE+ patient portal or call 785-532-6544.
No purchase necessary. COVID-19 vaccines are available through Lafene Health Center and other providers at no cost. Faculty and staff members should review the potential side effects and other safety risks associated with receiving a COVID-19 vaccine published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and/or consult with their medical provider when deciding whether to be vaccinated.