Immunization policy

All students, regardless of enrollment status (fulltime, part-time, undergraduate or graduate), must submit a completed Immunization Record Form, signed by a licensed health care provider prior to registration.

Immunization requirements

Measles, Mumps & Rubella

Mandatory for all students born after 1956 to show proof of immunity. All students must show documentation of the two doses or laboratory (serologic) evidence Measles, Mumps and Rubella immunity.


Mandatory for all students living on campus to show proof of immunization. The Health Center staff strongly recommends that students living off campus also obtain this immunization. They will be permitted to sign a waiver acknowledging receipt of information regarding the risks and benefits associated with the meningitis vaccination.

Hepatitis B

This vaccination series is highly recommended, but not mandatory. All students must either provide proof of hepatitis B vaccination, or sign a waiver.

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