All Indiana University students, faculty and staff are required to have a COVID-19 vaccine and be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption before coming to campus. This requirement is part of IU’s ongoing successful response to and management of the COVID-19.
How to report your COVID-19 vaccine
All current students, faculty and staff will use IU’s COVID-19 vaccine report form to attest that they are vaccinated and report all doses of your vaccine.
IU COVID-19 Resources:
IU COVID-19 main page: COVID-19: Indiana University (iu.edu)
IU COVID-19 prevent the Spread: Prevent the Spread: COVID-19: Indiana University (iu.edu)
IU COVID-19 Testing: Testing: COVID-19: Indiana University (iu.edu)
IU COVID-19 Vaccine: COVID-19 Vaccine: Prevent the Spread: COVID-19: Indiana University (iu.edu)
IU Policy on Infectious and Communicable Disease: Management of Infectious and Communicable Disease: Policies: University Policies: Indiana University (iu.edu)
February 16, 2016:
All students who attend Indiana University must provide certain immunization information to the Office of the Registrar. The main objective of this provision is to enable the university to provide a safer and healthier environment for students. Students who do not provide the required immunization data will be prevented from registering for the semester or session following their matriculation semester.
Starting with the Fall 2016 semester, every student who will be physically present on an Indiana University campus must complete the online Immunization Compliance Form.
Provide dates of immunizations for the following diseases: measles (requires two immunizations), rubella (German measles), mumps, tetanus-diphtheria- acellular pertussis (Tdap), varicella (requires two immunizations), or one of the following:
- Physician’s written statement of immunity due to having had the infection
- A statement of contraindication to a vaccine (accompanied by a physician’s statement)
- A lab titer documenting immunity
- A statement of religious exemption
All international students must also provide documentation that they have been tested for tuberculosis in the United States, the date the test was performed, and the results of the test, or submit to a test administered on campus shortly after arrival.
Religious and medical exemption letters will be accepted in lieu of immunization information. Medical exemption letters must be accompanied by a physician’s statement.
The immunization requirements in this policy are not meant to supersede more restrictive immunization requirements associated with clinical, academic, and research programs.
For further information please visit IU Management of Infectious and Communicable Disease policy
September 23, 2005:
Indiana State Law requires Indiana University to inform students of the risks of Meningococcal disease, commonly known as meningitis and the benefits of getting a vaccination.
Students must go to their One.IU account, read the meningitis information, and submit that you understand the information in order to register for future classes.
Students do not have to be vaccinated.
The form must be submitted before students are allowed to enroll in classes.
College freshman, in particular those who live in dormitories or residence halls, are at a moderately increased risk for meningococcal disease as compared to individuals of the same age not attending college. The closed setting, combined with risk behaviors (such as alcohol consumption, sharing of food and beverages, exposure to smoke) may put college students at a greater risk for infection.
It is estimated that 100-125 cases of meningitis occur annually on college campuses across the country. The majority of these cases could be prevented by a vaccination.
Please open the following link and fill in the proper information.
The process by which a student becomes meningitis compliant is simply:
- Log into One.IU Go to the self service page and then the registrar’s box. From there, click on the immunization compliance form.
- Click the check box to signify understanding of the meningitis information provided on the page.
- Click the Submit button. A confirmation notice will be displayed.
If you have questions about the form, contact the registrar’s office at 520-4451.
If you have questions about immunization or meningitis, call the Health and Wellness Center at 520-5557.
The center has a limited supply of the Menactra vaccine for $95. Menactra is one of the newest vaccines approved for meningitis and supplies are limited. The cost is $95 per vaccination. Call the center for an appointment.