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HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) in Canada.

uOttawa is hosting three HPV vaccination clinics.

Vaccination is the best way to protect yourself against HPV. The HPV vaccine provides protection from the nine HPV types that cause about 90% of cervical cancers and the two HPV types that cause over 90% of genital warts. If you aren't vaccinated against HPV yet, join us to protect yourself and others.

How to book your appointment online

You can book your appointment online through our web portal, or on UpPatient app from Google Play or the Apple App Store. When you launch it, search for “uOttawa | Centre de santé et mieux-être étudiant / Student Health and Wellness Centre,” select it and create your account. 

Learn more about creating an UpPatient account. Please note that the help features on the app are available in English only.   

Remember to always have your health card (or UHIP number if you’re an international student) and student card handy when booking and attending your appointment. 

Once you are logged in, please follow these steps:  

  1. Choose the SHWC option (the vaccination clinics will be hosted at UCU 203). 

  1. Choose the «VPH vaccin / HPV vaccine GARDASIL 9» as the Primary reason for your visit.  

  1. Click on «VPH-HPV / Clinique de vaccination clinic» as type of appointment. 

  1. And finally, select an appointment time! 

Please present yourself 15 minutes before your appointment.

Date and time
Oct 4, 2023
All day
Format and location
In person
University Centre (UCU)
Wellness Lounge (UCU 203)
English, French
Graduate students, Undergraduate students
Organized by
Student life
Student Health, Wellness and Support