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Immunization Records

Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) looks forward to serving you. The accompanying medical history form, which includes an official record of immunizations, must be submitted to SHCS at least 30 days before enrollment. A physical examination is also encouraged. North Carolina public health law requires proof of immunizations to protect you and others while at NCCU. Students must present a certificate or record of immunization on or before the date they first register for a semester during which they will reside on the campus or take four or more credit hours.

If a certificate or record of immunization is not in the possession of Student Health and Counseling Service on the date of first registration, the university will notify the student of the deficiency by email. Please attach copies of any records that will verify your immunizations. This information can be obtained from multiple sources, including physicians, parents, armed services, high schools, previous college or university, foreign travel and/or other health department records. Keep a copy of all immunization records for your personal files. Failure to provide your completed immunization record by the deadline date will result in your classes being dropped and loss of your financial aid. Please provide your Social Security number. International students with no Social Security number must provide their temporary ID number.

Student Health services provides a variety of medical and other health care services. For more information about the immunization requirement, visit www.immunize.nc.gov/schools/collegesuniversities.htm.

Download the health history and immunization form here.

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