Student Health Services

Immunization

This page provides information about adult immunizations. You will find publications and reports on vaccine preventable diseases, which are available in English and other languages (this information provided by the Center for Disease Control), other links to find more immunization information and immunization laws. Most of the vaccines listed on this page are available at Student Health Services, please call ahead (320) 308-3193 to check availability.

Student Immunization Form (IMPORTANT!)

Students attending St. Cloud State University must complete a Student Immunization Form, without this form you will not be able to register for subsequent courses*.

To avoid a “registration hold”, fill out the Online Student Immunization Form. You will need your SCSU Tech Id and Password to login to the system. Have your immunization information handy and follow the provided instructions to complete the form. When you submit the form your information will be electronically sent to the Immunization Coordinator on your behalf. Please note that when you register do NOT register thru your cart, instead use the QuickAdd function in registration. Otherwise the classes in your cart will continue to block the registration even after the hold has been cleared. If you would like to submit your records via FAX (320) 308-3192.

If you have questions/concerns about the current MN State law or St. Cloud State University's requirements regarding immunizations please contact the Immunization Coordinator at (320) 308-4855 or email:immunization@stcloudstate.edu

* If you choose to do a medical or conscientious exemption you must print out the Immunization Form (pdf) then mail or FAX (320) 308-3192 the completed form to the Student Health Services office.

Many of the documents on this page are .pdf files and require the Adobe Acrobat reader. You can Download Free Acrobat Reader here.

SCSU Health Services offers some vaccines free through the MnVFC (Minnesota’s Vaccine for Children) Program. Call us to see if you are eligible for this program.
Most vaccinations are covered through health insurance. Call your health plan to verify if the vaccine you are getting is paid for by them.

 

Vaccines:   Comments Information
Gardasil (HPV Vaccine)      
TdaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)   Required (Minn. Stat.135A.14)
MMR (measles, mumps and rubella)   Required (Minn. Stat.135A.14)
Influenza   Recommended
Hepatitis B   Recommended
Hepatitis A    
Oral Typhoid    
Meningitis   consider
Varicella (chickenpox)    

Please call ahead for pricing and availability.

Tetanus and Diptheria

Minnesota Law (Minn. Stat.135A.14) requires students enrolled in a public or private post-secondary school in Minnesota be immunized against tetanus and diphtheria. The most recent vaccination must have been within the last ten years. Students enrolled in only one class or enrolled only in extension classes are exempt.

Measles, Mumps and Rubella

Minnesota Law (Minn. Stat.135A.14) requires students enrolled in a public or private post-secondary school in Minnesota be immunized against measles, mumps and rubella. All doses of vaccine must have been received after the age of 12 months. Students are exempt if they were born before 1957 or graduated from a Minnesota high school after 1996. Students are exempt if they are enrolled in only one class or enrolled only in extension classes. Two doses of the MMR vaccine are recommended.


Additional Information:
Please send the Student Immunization Record to Student Health Services.

The Centers for Disease Control has country specific vaccine recommendations for international travel.

The Immunization Action Coalition has vaccine information in languages other than English.

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