The USM has not made a decision on any vaccination requirements in the fall.
Eligible community members can register in the health center's online portal.
The hotline, available in English and Spanish, can help people with vaccine preregistration and appointments.
The Maryland Attorney General ruled the university could not mandate the vaccines because they were released under emergency use authorization.
Marylanders 16 and older can receive a vaccine at any provider by April 12.
The university will also loosen several coronavirus-related restrictions next week.
The state will continue to prioritize people who are currently eligible for vaccines but have not yet received them.
The community vaccination center is expected to administer up to 3,000 doses per day.
All Marylanders over the age of 16 will be able to receive a vaccine starting April 27.
As more people get the vaccine, we should be optimistic— but we can’t get complacent.