Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center Mass Vaccination Clinic
Cleveland State University is proud to host the first state-federal Mass Vaccination Clinic in Ohio at the Wolstein Center, which was announced by Gov. Mike DeWine.
For all information regarding vaccination eligibility, appointments and guidelines, visit Ohio Coronavirus info or call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.
This Q&A should provide some basic information about the operation of this center on our campus. Thank you for supporting this important — and historic — effort.
- When will the center open?
Wednesday, March 17, at 8 a.m.
- How long will it operate?
8 weeks, 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
- Who is managing the center?
The Ohio Department of Health, Ohio National Guard and Ohio Emergency Management Agency will manage the Wolstein Center site with support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Department of Defense, Cleveland State University, the City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.
- What about CSU faculty, staff and students? Can they get vaccinated?
The center will be following state prioritization guidelines, which you can view here. Any CSU faculty, staff or students who meet these guidelines are eligible to get vaccinated at the center.
- How will our campus be affected by the opening of this center?
Foot and car traffic is expected to increase around the Wolstein Center (but not other parts of campus) during the hours the clinic operates, as up to 6,000 vaccines are planned to be administered each day. The city, with support from CSU and our state partners, will manage traffic.
- What about parking?
CSU will offer free parking in several garages, including South Garage next to the Wolstein Center, for people coming for vaccinations. Spots will still be reserved for students and faculty who normally park in those garages. Please click here before you come for a complete list and map of free parking options.
- What if I have a class in the Wolstein Center?
Classes have been relocated.
- Where can I get additional information?
Please visit our CSU website and follow us on social media for updates.
- Where are nearby dining options?
For CSU on-campus dining options and hours, click here. For downtown Cleveland dining options, click here.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE WOLSTEIN CENTER
The Cleveland State University Bert L. & Iris S. Wolstein Center is located at 2000 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115.
FROM THE SOUTH: Follow I-71 or I-77 North. Take the East 22nd Street exit from either interstate. Turn left on 22nd Street and take to Prospect Avenue. Turn left on Prospect Avenue. The Wolstein Center will be on your left.
FROM THE WEST (I-90): Follow I-90 East to the East 22nd Street exit. Turn left on 22nd Street and take to Prospect Avenue. Turn left on Prospect Avenue. The Wolstein Center will be on your left.
FROM THE WEST (ROUTE 2): Follow Route 2 East to I-77/I-71 South. Exit at the Prospect Avenue exit. Turn right onto Prospect Avenue. The Wolstein Center will be on your left.
FROM THE EAST: Follow I-90 West to Prospect Avenue. Turn right on Prospect Avenue. The Wolstein Center will be on your left.