Step 12: Provide Proof of Immunization
To help protect the health of USF community members, USF requires all new students to have been immunized against certain diseases before they arrive at USF.
Required Immunizations for Domestic Students
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) (2 doses, one month apart)
- Hepatitis B vaccine or test showing immunity for all students 18 years of age or younger
Health Promotion Services has partnered with Med+Proctor for the collection of all immunization records. Students can visit the immunization page for further directions on how to submit their immunizations. If you plan to move into USF housing, you must submit all required immunizations before moving in.
Save a copy
All students are strongly encouraged to keep a copy of their immunization records for future reference.
Deadline: August 15 by 5 p.m. Failure to submit proof of immunizations by the appropriate deadline will result in a $100 fine, and may also result in a registration hold on your student account. Students planning to live in USF housing must submit all required immunization records prior to moving in.
Nursing Students Only
To protect the health of all USF community members and the patients that you serve, USF and our Clinical Partners require students to fulfill certain health requirements. Nursing students are expected to submit their health requirements documentation to the School of Nursing and Health Professions via a Castle Branch account, not Health Promotion Services.
Please go to the Nursing Health Requirements page for full details on specific health requirements for nursing majors, and for instructions on how to create a Castle Branch account. You will also receive an email from the BSN program with instructions on how to set up your Castle Branch account.
Save a copy
All students are strongly encouraged to keep a copy of their health requirements documentation for future reference.
Deadline: August 1 (please note: this deadline is earlier than for non-nursing students). Failure to complete the health requirements by the deadline may result in a registration hold and can delay you from attending clinicals.