Currently, in accordance with the policy of the California State University, all students born on or after January 1, 1967 must provide proof of immunization against measles and rubella; proof of receiving the MMR vaccination fulfills this requirement. All first time enrollees who are eighteen years of age or younger are required to: (1) present proof of immunization against hepatitis B; and (2) provide proof of immunization against measles and rubella; proof of receiving the MMR vaccination fulfills this requirement. However, you may be exempt from both of these requirements if you graduated from a California public school during or after 2005. It is recommended that students residing in on-campus housing should be up to date on their meningococcal vaccination.
If you have any questions regarding your immunization status or if you need any "immunization holds" cleared, please call the Student Health Center at: (909) 537-5241, or bring your immunization records into the Student Health Center.
For general information on vaccination recommendations for college-age students, please visit the Shots for College website.