(Fargo, ND) -- If you missed the first clinic, there's still time to get your COVID-19 vaccine at North Dakota State University.

NDSU is holding another clinic Wednesday until 5 p.m.

The event had been in doubt, due to it being a Johnson and Johnson Vaccine clinic, but officials with the school and Sanford Health coordinated and replaced the now paused J & J shots with Pfizer doses.

As of 10:30 Wednesday morning, over 900 students and faculty were scheduled to get their shots. There are still openings to get vaccinated, and students and staff are asked to check their emails to sign up if they have time to spare to roll up their sleeve.

Since the shots are now coverted to the two-shot vaccine, a second follow-up clinic will be held for those getting the vaccine today to get their second dose on May 6th.