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Saint Leo University’s Response to COVID-19

Saint Leo COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic (for University community members only)

Learn more about how the university is making the vaccine available to our community »

Find the latest Saint Leo University updates and information related to the coronavirus, as well as other helpful resources. 

Information about the Department of Health-Pasco COVID-19 Vaccine »

Latest Communication Updates

Saint Leo is Proud to Serve as Host for Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Saint Leo University will serve as the East Pasco County (FL) location for the distribution of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by the Department of Health. The vaccine will be available to those 65 and older by appointment only, and distribution will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, January 15.  The Department of Health is unable to accept walk-ins. If a person, age 65 or older, would like to schedule an appointment for the first dose of the vaccine, the patient portal will go live to book appointments, at 2 p.m., January 13.

Appointments for residents 65 and older can be scheduled:

  • Online by CDR HealthPro™ portal at
  • By phone at (844) 770-8548. (If you call and the appointments are full, you will be told to go online and pre-register for future appointments or call back when appointments are available.)

What to do if you think you are sick

If a campus student in residence is experiencing symptoms of illness and is concerned about possible COVID-19 infection (fever over 100.4, other symptoms of illness), they are asked to immediately self-isolate and contact the Health Center in DeChantal Hall at (352) 588-8347. After hours, they can contact University Safety at (352) 588-8432 for the on-call nurse. Online and education center students, are asked to immediately self-isolate and contact your county health department or health care provider and notify your center director or advisor of your illness. Staff and faculty should do the same and also contact their supervisor and human resources business partner.

Important Information

Video Updates

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