Measles / Mumps / Rubella
Given in a two-dose series, with shots one and two separated by at least one month.
- Measles / Mumps / Rubella Vaccine Information Statement – CDC
- Mumps Information – CDC
- Measles Information – CDC
- Rubella Information – CDC
Meningococcal Disease Vaccine
Given as one dose.
- Meningococcal Vaccine Information Statement – CDC
- Meningococcal Disease and College Students – CDC
- Travel-Related Meningococcal Disease Information – CDC
Tetanus / Diphtheria
Given as one dose for those who haven’t had a tetanus shot within the last 5 to 10 years.
- Tetanus / Diphtheria Vaccine Information Statement – CDC
- Tetanus Information – CDC
- Diphtheria Information – CDC
Screening is to be completed by your health-care provider to assess risk for Tuberculosis infection. Please review the questions on the pre-entrance health form. A physician’s signature is required on this form. If you have tested positive in the past, documentation of a negative chest x-ray is necessary. If you answered yes to any of the questions on the form, a two-step PPD test or a Quantiferon TB test will be required.
Given in a three-dose series with the second shot given 30 days after the first shot; the third shot will be given 4-6 months after the second shot.
Given in a four-dose series.
For students who have not had chickenpox, this vaccine is recommended; given in a two-dose series, 4 to 8 weeks apart.
Given as a two-dose series with the second shot being given 6 months after the first.
- Hepatitis A Vaccine Information Statement – CDC
- Information on Hepatitis A – CDC
- Travel-Related Hepatitis A Information – CDC
Hepatitis A and B Combination Vaccine – Twinrix
Given in a three-dose series with the second shot given 30 days after the first shot and the third shot given 5 months after the second shot.
Given as one dose.
- Influenza Vaccine Information Statement – CDC
- Influenza Virus Information – CDC – Seasonal
- H1N1 Influenza Information – CDC
Given as one or two-dose series.