Immunization

Your role in creating a safer, healthier IUPUC

When you register for your first term at IUPUC, you’re required to complete an immunization compliance form. On or after the first day of classes, log into One.IU and go to Immunization Compliance to submit your information. You won’t be allowed to register for the following semester until you complete your immunization compliance form.

You won’t be allowed to register for the following semester until you complete your immunization compliance form.

What you'll need to complete the form

  • You’ll need to know the month and year you were immunized for the following diseases: 
    • Measles
    • Rubella (German measles)
    • Mumps
    • Tetanus and Diphtheria
    • Varicella
  • You’ll need to acknowledge that you’ve read and understood the information IU provides about meningitis and the benefits of being vaccinated for it.
  • If you’re an international student, you’ll need to provide documentation of tuberculosis (TB) testing in the United States.

What if you can’t provide the dates you were immunized?

You’ll need to supply documentation from a medical provider if you’re unable to provide your immunization dates due to one of the following:

  • You have immunity because you had the disease (measles/rubella and mumps only). A physician’s written statement is required to prove immunity.
  • You have laboratory evidence of immune titer. A titer is a blood test that verifies whether you’re immune to certain diseases or vaccinations you’ve already had.
  • You’re medically unable to be vaccinated. If you’re unable to be vaccinated due to a medical reason (for example, allergy to eggs, pregnancy, reaction to a vaccine, or participation in a current sequence of immunizations), you’ll need a physician’s written statement that documents each specific medical contraindication.

How to request a religious exemption

You must submit a written, signed (by you) request for exemption if you have not been immunized due to religious reasons. You can file a religious exemption letter instead of a completed immunization compliance form.