Immunizations help maintain the long-term health of our campus and the greater University of San Francisco community. Any immunity established from childhood vaccinations can wear off over time, putting yourself and others at risk of infection. As a condition of enrollment, USF requires and recommends immunizations for specific student populations.
|All undergraduate domestic students||MMR (2 doses, one month apart), and Hepatitis B vaccine or test showing immunity for all students 18 years of age or younger.||Students born before January 1, 1957|
|Graduate (Domestic) students who live in USF-operated housing||MMR (2 doses, one month apart)||Students born before January 1, 1957|
|All international students||MMR (2 doses, one month apart), PPD (Mantoux) test in the last 12 months (students with a positive PPD are required to submit a chest x-ray administered within the last 12 months), and Hepatitis B vaccine or test showing immunity||None|
The deadline to submit proof of required immunizations depends on your term of admission:
- Fall Semester: August 15 at 5 p.m.
- Spring Semester: January 15 at 5 p.m.
- Exception: Students planning to reside in USF-operated housing must submit all required immunization records prior to moving in.
Failure to submit proof of immunizations by the appropriate deadline will result in a $100 fine and will result in a registration hold on your student account.
Students are required to submit immunization records online at the following. If you have problems accessing the link, please contact our department.
USF Immunization policy follows California guidelines and American College Health Association (ACHA) recommendations. Thus, an exception to the USF immunization requirement can be granted when conflicts with a medical condition. Students must provide documentation from a licensed medical professional. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.