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UT Austin Announces Details of Vaccine Incentive Program

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Social Work professor Ruben Parra-Cardona receives the Covid-19 vaccine in the Health Discovery Building at The University of Texas at Austin. Photo by Montinique Monroe

AUSTIN, Texas — University of Texas at Austin students, faculty and staff who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 will now be eligible to enter a drawing for prizes as part of UT’s Vaccine Incentive Program.

Currently enrolled students and current faculty and staff who have received at least one dose of a U.S. FDA authorized or World Health Organization authorized COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to enter the drawing.

Student prizes include:

  • Cash prizes up to $10,000
  • Gift cards
  • Popular items, like a C+ parking permit, wireless headphones, coolers, tumblers, and more
  • One-of-a-kind UT Experiences, such as getting to take your picture with BEVO on field, tickets to a home football game with President Hartzell, 50-yard line seats at a home football game, or taking a tour of the new Moody Center with Athletic Director Chris Del Conte.

Faculty and staff prizes include:

  • Cash prizes up to $500
  • Popular items like coolers, tumblers, and more
  • One-of-a-kind UT Experiences, such as getting to take your picture with BEVO on field or a taking a tour of the new Moody Center with Athletic Director Chris Del Conte.

One entry per person is allowed. Drawings will take place weekly from September 3 through October 8.

For more information on documentation and how to enter the drawing, please visit this page on the Protect Texas Together website.