If you are enrolled in 6 or more credits, you must complete the following online extended to July 15 for Fall 2018 arrival.
- Print a copy of Immunization Form (PDF) and Physical Form** (PDF).
- We can use our forms or your provider's forms.
- See section below titled Required Immunizations.
- Schedule an appointment with your health care provider.
- Take the immunization and physical forms to your health care provider to complete. Please note that these forms must be in English.
- Go to https://myhealth.geneseo.edu and upload the completed immunization/ physical forms under the Immunization Form section on the left navigation bar.
- Click on the "Forms" link on the left navigation menu.
- Select the Immunization Form and complete the online form
- Enter the dates for your REQUIRED TWO MMR's and ONE meningococcal*
- Consent for Treatment (18 years and older only)
- Print this Consent for Medical Treatment of a Minor and upload (ONLY if you are 17 years of age or younger the day you arrive on campus)
- High Risk Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire ( What is the purpose of this?)
- Health History Online Form
- Consent for New York State Required Offer for HIV Testing
- Consent to Participate in NYSIIS (19 years and older only)
- Insurance Information
- *Meningococcal Waiver (if you did not or will not get the meningitis vaccination)
Your electronic immunization and physical forms must be submitted to https://myhealth.geneseo.edu by the following deadlines.
- First-year students entering in the fall semester: Extended to July 15
- Transfer students entering in the fall semester: August 1
- Summer Program attendees: May 1
- Students entering in the spring semester: December 1
- ** Physical within past 12 months,
- MMR-Dose 1 (Must be given AFTER your first birthday).
- MMR-Dose 2 (this MUST be minimum 28 days after the first dose).
- Meningococcal or Meningococcal Waiver
Strongly recommended immunizations
- Tetanus- Diphtheria- Pertussis (Td, TDAP)
- Hepatitis A and B
- Gardasil (HPV)
What is an Acceptable Immunization Record
A copy of your immunizations (including actual dates) on an official government/school letterhead — the simplest place to obtain this may be from your most recently attended high school or college; OR
A copy of your immunizations (including actual dates) on physician’s letterhead with dated Doctor/Provider signature, which includes printed name, address and telephone number; OR
Have a blood test to confirm immunity. Please note: a copy of the lab report must be provided to Student Health Services.
Please note that the documentation must be in English and must have students name and date of birth.