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Immunization and Health Forms

All students, full time and part time, graduate and undergraduate, must submit an immunization record.  Click the link on the right side of this page to download the form.
PLEASE NOTE:  Our form is Mandatory and the only form that will be accepted as proof of vaccination..  Please make this clear to your healthcare provider's office when your drop off the form.

Requirements are based on The Connecticut Department of Public Health. 

 As of 12/5/11, the following are required:

It must be completed with your registration/acceptance to the University. Documentation must be clearly legible and have your school ID number or Social Security number CLEARLY WRITTEN.

This form must be signed or stamped by your physician or you may attach a copy of records from another school or physician office--you must still fill out the demographic portion of our form and attach your records.  Demographic information is required file the forms.

Please fax the form to 860.768.5140, or mail to:

    Student Health Services
    University of Hartford
    200 Bloomfield Avenue
    West Hartford, CT 06117

Before beginning school, all students must submit their immunization records. This includes undergrads, graduate, part-time and full-time students. 

Requirements vary depending on your status.  Please see below:

A physical is not required!

The state of Connecticut mandates that all students supply the following information:

  1. All students must show proof of two MMR’s (measles, mumps, rubella).
    You are exempt if you were born before 12/31/56.
    Disease history is not acceptable for this requirement.
    Please contact Health Services if you are age exempt.
  2. All students and transfer students beginning 1/1/2010 must show proof of two varicella (chicken pox) vaccines.
    (Individuals born in the United States before 1/1/1980 are exempt)
    Documentation by your physician of the disease is acceptable.
  3. Proof of Meningococcal vaccination (Menactra) within five years of entry to the University is required for all residential students prior to room assignment. No student may move into campus housing until this requirement is met.  Even if not living on-campus, we strongly recommend that all students be vaccinated against this disease.  If it has been 5 years since your immunization, you will need a booster shot. 

Online learners do not need to meet the immunization requirements