COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at U of T Mississauga

A vial of COVID-19 vaccine.As Ontario embarks on the first phase of its COVID-19 mass vaccination program, U of T Mississauga has joined forces with Trillium Health Partners, overseen by Peel Public Health, to protect the region’s most vulnerable citizens.

U of T Mississauga, Trillium Health Partners and Peel Public Health co-host a public vaccination clinic where health-care professionals have the capacity to deliver 2,000 doses daily of the vaccine.

The initiative allows health-care officials to ramp up vaccination capacity over the coming weeks and months, as supply allows. Ultimately, the UTM site could vaccinate approximately 500,000 people.

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Who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

The THP UTM RAWC Clinic will administer the vaccine to priority population groups, using the framework as defined by the Ontario government’s three-phase vaccine distribution plan.

As of April 12, 2021, groups prioritized for vaccinations include those who meet the following criteria:

  • All special education staff who live or work in Peel
  • Education staff who live or work in Peel hotspots
  • Adults 60 and older
  • Adults 50-59 that live in an identified hotspot community
  • Eligible health care staff
  • Indigenous adults 18 years and older
  • Individuals with the highest high-risk health conditions

For information about eligibility and booking your appointment, please visit the Trillium Health Partners website:

Additional phases of the program, which will launch at future dates, will target additional groups for vaccination, including the general public.

In the Region of Peel, Peel Public Health is coordinating the mass vaccination rollout. Visit their website to view the plan and the latest information on who can get the COVID-19 vaccine, how to book appointments and other clinic locations.

You may also contact Peel Public Health’s COVID-19 contact centre at 905-799-7700. The contact centre is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Please note that members of the UTM community, including students, staff, faculty, librarians and alumni, must meet provincial eligibility requirements to receive the vaccine.

Exterior photo of the Recreation, Athletics & Wellness CentreWhere is the clinic located and when is it open?

Location: The THP UTM RAWC Clinic is located on the UTM campus in the Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre (RAWC). The campus is located at 3359 Mississauga Road. The RAWC is located on Outer Circle Road, across from the parking of clinic at UTM with accessible access

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., 7 days a week, by appointment only.

Photo of a vaccination stationAbout the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at UTM

What safety precautions should I know about?

The clinic, which is overseen by Peel Public Health and administered by Trillium Health Partners, will follow all necessary safety precautions and will protect the confidentiality of all personal health information.

Do I need to wear a mask?

All visitors are asked to wear a mask the entire time they are at the vaccination site. The health-care professionals administering vaccinations will be wearing personal protective equipment and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of those visiting campus.

What happens at the clinic?

  1. Make an appointment online or over the phone. TPH is now pre-registering residents who meet a variety of criteria for vaccination.
  2. Bring your health insurance card and proof of employment (if applicable), such as an employee ID, pay stub, or letter from a family who utilizes your in-home services. (Proof of employment not required for 75+ visitors.)
  3. Enter through the main doors of the Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre building. Volunteers are available on-site to assist you through the registration process.
  4. Keep your mask on and roll up your sleeve to receive your vaccination from a health-care professional.
  5. Wait about 15 minutes so that health-care staff can monitor for any adverse reactions to the vaccine.
  6. Take home post-vaccination information, including details about your second dose appointment.

Download a map of campusHow do I get to the UTM campus?

The university is located at 3359 Mississauga Road. The THP-UTM vaccination clinic is located in the Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre (RAWC) on Outer Circle Road.

The campus is accessible by bicycle, car and public transit.

How do I get to UTM by public transit?

The UTM campus is served by public transit routes that stop outside of the William G. Davis Building. Routes that connect to campus include:

  • MiWay

    • Route 110 - University
    • Route 101 - Dundas Express
    • Route 44 - Mississauga Road bus routes include a stop at U of T Mississauga
    • Route 1 - Dundas
  • Brampton Transit

    • Brampton Transit connects to MiWay at the Square One Terminal. From there, take MiWay Route 24, which connects to Route 101 to UTM.
  • Peel TransHelp
    • Residents who have transportation barriers can use TransHelp to get to their vaccination appointment. Please follow booking procedures and call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours in advance. You don’t need to be a TransHelp client to use this service. For information about fares and booking, please visit the Peel TransHelp website.
  • GO Transit

How do I get to UTM by car?

UTM is easily accessible by car.

I have accessibility needs. Can the clinic accommodate me?

Yes. The clinic site is located on the ground floor of the Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre. The building is fully accessible to all visitors, including those with mobility needs.

  • Accessible (barrier-free) parking spaces are located on the upper deck of Lot P8, next to the pedestrian pathway.
  • An accessible drop-off bay is located directly in front of the doors to the RAWC.
  • Accessible washroom facilities and family change stations are located directly adjacent to the clinic.

I’m a primary caregiver for my loved one. Can I accompany the individual for their appointment?

Primary caregivers can accompany individuals provided they require accommodations as per the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), or the individual requires support for cognitive, communication, mobility, emotional or other care needs.

Still have questions?

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