Required Immunization and TB Screenings

The University is committed to protecting the health and well-being of all our students.

Accessing TB Screening Questionnaire and Submitting the Immunization Form:

To access your Immunization Form, we request that you first answer a brief questionnaire about your risk for tuberculosis exposure Complete Questionnaire. USD email address preferred!  Entering your answers more than once will create a "Lookup" error. 

Once the questionnaire is answered you will be sent an Immunization Form to the email address used to complete the questionnaire. The Immunization Form will need to be completed by a healthcare provider.  If you do not receive your Immunization Form 24 hours after completing your questionnaire contact the health center at 619-260-4595 Option 4 or send the Immunization Coordinator a message through the mywellness portal. 

Ways to Submit Your Completed Immunization Form:  By electronic submission, or hard-copy.

  • ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION (Fastest and preferred method):
  • Scan/save (as a .jpeg or .pdf document) your completed form.  Electronically Submit Forms here.
  • HARD-COPY SUBMISSION (If you are unable to do electronic submission above): via fax (619) 260-2375, mail, or in-person to the SHC.

Immunization Form Verification and Removal of Immunization Hold:

The SHC will review your immunization form and notify you via secure message if any additional documentation is needed.  Once all of your requirements are met, your immunization hold on your registration will be removed.  Please allow 24-48 hours for review after submission.  For questions or concerns regarding your submission please call our immunization line (619) 260-4595 Option 4.

Immunizations Required for Undergraduates

  • TB Screening
  • MMR (2 doses) or positive titer
  • Varicella (chicken pox) (2 doses) or history of chicken pox or positive titer
  • Meningococcal (dose after age 16)

Immunizations Required for Graduates

  • TB Screening
  • MMR (2 doses) or positive titer

Optional Vaccinations

  • Hepatitis B (3 doses)
  • Hepatitis A (2 doses)
  • HPV (3 doses)

2017 CDC Schedule of Recommended Immunizations for Adults

Immunization & Vaccine Clinic

Immunization Clinic Hours vary during the academic year.  See fees. TB Skin Test are not administered on Thursdays or on Fridays when there is a Monday holiday. Results must be read within 48-72 hours. 

You may schedule your Immunizations Online.