Immunization forms for international students are different than for domestic students. Be sure to download and fill out the proper form.
To protect the health and well-being of the TC3 campus population, students enrolled in six or more credits on any campus location are required by New York state to have immunization records processed at the TC3 Student Health Center prior to registration and testing.*
TC3 Student Health Center
170 North Street
P.O. Box 139
Dryden, NY 13053
firstname.lastname@example.org – for scanned immunization records
Students may have our Student Immunization Record Form filled out by their Health Care Provider or provide other valid immunization record documentation.
If you are taking classes exclusively online you do not have to comply with these requirements, according to the New York State Public Health Law.
Mandatory immunization requirements
The Meningitis Response
Students must either:
- Decline the Meningitis vaccine (on the Student Immunization Record Form)
- Show proof of having had the Meningitis vaccine.
This must be validated by a healthcare provider.
- Measles. You must have valid proof of having had two doses of live measles vaccine on or after one’s first birthday and at least 30 days apart.
- Mumps. You must have valid proof of one mumps vaccine on or after your first birthday.
- Rubella. You must have valid proof of one rubella vaccine on or after your first birthday.
- Positive Blood Titers for measles, mumps, and rubella. Attach lab results.
- History of measles or mumps. Must be verified by a health care provider. History of rubella is not acceptable.
Where can I get a copy of my immunization records?
- Your Health Care Provider - must be signed/stamped by health care provider.
- Childhood record - must be signed/stamped by health care provider.
- High School or College Record - Sometimes immunizations are on transcripts.
- Military Immunization Record
Students needing two MMRs
The first MMR must be done prior to registration and testing, with an appointment made for the second MMR in order to be considered “in compliance” with state law. Proof of the second MMR appointment must be given to the TC3 Student Health Center.
If the appointment for the second MMR is missed and proof of vaccines are not sent in, the student risks being withdrawn from classes.
Persons who hold genuine and sincere religious beliefs contrary to immunization after:Submitting an exemption form that is notarized
Exemption forms are also available in the Student Health Center (Room 118A).
Declining the Meningitis Vaccine on our Student Immunization Record Form.
Other immunizations may be required or highly recommended depending on your area of travel.
*Public Health Law Article 21, Title IV, Section 2165-Immunization: All students born on or after January 1, 1957 and registering for 6 or more credits and attending New York State colleges/universities must provide proof of measles, mumps and rubella immunizations.