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Immunizations

 

FGCU/SUS Immunization Requirements

The State University System of Florida/fGCU requires all students born AFTER December 31, 1956 to present documented vaccine proof or lab immunity to MMRs, (Measles (Rubeola) and German Measles (Rubella).

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Requirements

  • Effective 06/01/11 the vaccination date must be in the following format: MM/DD/YY (Month/Day/Year) must be provided on documents. Month/Year will NOT be accepted
  • 2 MMR vaccine dates  (Measles/Rubella) After 1971 OR  positive Rubella/ Rubeola lab/titer results. (MUST HAVE actual lab results)
  • Hepatitis B vaccine (3) shot series OR select the FGCU waiver located in your SHS Portal.
  • 1 Meningitis (ACWY) vaccine administered AFTER age 16 OR  select the FGCU waiver located in your SHS Portal.  Note***  Meningitis B will not fulfill the FGCU requirements, although, it is highly recommended.
  • If you are  a PREVIOUS/RETURNING FGCU student or APPLIED TO GRAD SCHOOL please call 239-590-1254 as we may have your documents on file. (have your UIN ready)

To View Holds in your Gulfline Account

  • Sign into your Gulfline account
  • Click "Student" tab
  • Click "Student Records" tab
  • "View Holds"

*Please watch the video below for information regarding Meningitis.

 
  • Acceptable Proof/Acceptable Documentation Forms

  • Immunization Process

  • Unable to find your immunization documents?

  • Valid Immunization Exemptions

  • Acceptable  vaccination or immunity testing locations

  • Printable Immunization Form(s)



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