Student Health Records
Student Health Records:
Liberty University cares about the well-being of its students. To maintain the health of our community, Liberty requires students to be immunized according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. Immunizations and medical history must be documented through your Student Health Form. Liberty University provided Medical and Religious Exemptions are accepted and can be found on the Student Health Form.
Accessing the Student Health Form
- Log into your ASIST account.
- Click “Student”.
- Select “Student Health Form”.
- Complete the Immunizations, Medical History, & TB Questions sections.
Please review all of the instructions for the Student Health Form before filling it out. For the Immunization page, you will need to fill in the dates that you received each immunization listed. Once you have put in the dates, click “save” and then print off the form. You must give this Liberty-provided form to your doctor’s office and have them verify your document with their official letterhead or office stamp. You also have the option to provide medical records directly from your doctor’s office or an official document issued from the Department of Health.
After you have your immunization records verified, please upload them to the Student Health Form for approval. There is a documents tab that you can use to upload your document as only one file. Please note that our office must be able to authenticate the origin of your immunization documentation in order for your records to be approved.
Please fill out each page of the form. Once you have completed this, three green checkmarks will show indicating that the form is complete.
Fee Notice: Students who do not complete all three sections will have a $50 health records late fine added to their student account.
Accepted forms of immunization records
The preferred method is for you to fill out the Liberty-provided health form with the doctor’s signature and the dates of your vaccinations located in your ASIST account. However, there are other acceptable methods:
- Official Department of Health issued document
- Document with the doctor’s signature, emblem, stamp, or seal is present
Avoiding the $50 late fee
Students can avoid the $50 late fee by completing the Immunizations, Tuberculosis Screening, and Medical History sections of the Student Health Form before the end of the first week of class (add/drop week). Please see Student Health Records.
Appealing the $50 late fee
To appeal the $50 Student Health Records Fee, you may submit a Student Health Appeal Form.