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Immunizations

Immunization Requirements

New students at Whitworth University are required to submit an immunization history to the Whitworth University Health Center.  Keeping the campus community healthy is a priority; therefore, certain immunizations are required.  Required immunizations include the following:

Recommended immunizations include:

Deadline for Immunization History Form

Please complete the Immunization History form and submit it electronically by Aug. 20.  All information remains confidential. 

For all new, transfer and re-admitted students who enter Whitworth in the fall semester, immunization requirements must be completed by Oct. 15 to allow the student to participate in pre-registration for the next semester. 

For all new, transfer and re-admitted students who enter Whitworth in the spring semester, requirements of immunization must be completed by March 15 to allow the student to participate in pre-registration for the next semester.  

Tuberculosis Screening

Before new students come to campus, they must complete the Tuberculosis Self-Screening form.  Students who are at higher risk for tuberculosis must have a tuberculosis risk-assessment completed.  The tuberculosis risk-assessment must be done and the form completed by the student's primary care provider before the student's arrival at Whitworth.

   
Deadline for Tuberculosis Self-Screening Form and Tuberculosis Risk Assessment Form


Please complete the Tuberculosis Self-Screening form (required for all new students) and Tuberculosis Risk Assessment form (if required per Tuberculosis Self-Screening form) and submit by fax or mail by Aug. 20.  All information remains confidential. 

Meningococcal Disease and Vaccine: http://www.nmaus.org/pdf/brochures/NMA%20Brochure_150%20DPI.pdf
As of July 1, 2004, colleges and universities in Washington state must make educational information available on meningococcal disease to all incoming students.   

 



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