Students are able to complete required and voluntary immunizations at St. Cloud State Medical Clinic.
Frequently Asked Questions about Immunizations
How do I submit my immunization record?
Students must complete a Student Immunization Form within the first 45 days of classes.
Two ways to complete the Student Immunization form:
- Log in to the Student Immunization Records System with your StarID and password
- Follow the provided instructions on the form
- Have your immunization information ready
- When you submit the form, your information will be electronically sent to the Immunization Coordinator on your behalf.
- Printed form
- Download, print and complete the Immunization Form
- Submit to St. Cloud State Medical Clinic by either:
- Fax completed document to: (320) 308-3192
- Mail: St. Cloud State Medical Clinic, Eastman Hall Second Floor, 720 4th Ave. S., St. Cloud MN 56301
If this is not completed, students will not be able to register for subsequent semesters.
Medical or Conscientious exemption: must use the printed form (option 2 above).
*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.
What is the Minnesota Immunization law?
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. Minnesota Law (Minn. Stat.135A.14
) also requires students be immunized against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). All doses of MMR vaccine must have been received after the age of 12 months. Students are exempt from this law if they were born before 1957, graduated from a Minnesota high school after 1996, or are enrolled in only one class or enrolled only in extension classes.
Do I need to submit my immunization record more than once?
Your student immunization record only needs to be submitted one time within the first 45 days of your first semester.
Certain health profession academic programs request similar health information, but it is submitted elsewhere. Contact your academic program for information how to complete that requirement.
Where to get vaccine information in other languages?
The Immunization Action Coalition has vaccine information in languages other than English.
What common vaccines are available at SCSU Medical Clinic?
- TdaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)
- MMR (measles, mumps and rubella)
- Hepatitis B
- Influenza (annual)
- CDC information about Influenza website
St. Cloud State Medical Clinic provides these and many other vaccines. Talk with our medical team if you questions about vaccines.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org