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Student Health

Health Record Requirements

Immunization and tuberculosis documentation must be provided by August 1st for Fall Semester, January 1st for Spring Semester, and May 1st for Summer Semester.

Submit to:

Student Health Clinic
500 University Ave W
Minot, ND 58707
   OR    Fax to:
701-858-3997


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1. Immunization Requirements

North Dakota State Board of Higher Education requires verification of:

  1. MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) 2 doses one month apart are required or documentation of immunity (MMR titers).
  2. Meningococcal conjugate - students ages 21 and under attending classes on MSU campus must provide documentation of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (Menactra or Menveo) given after age 16.

Immunization records from your provider or state registry is acceptable or you can have your provider complete this form Student Health Center Immunization Compliance Form [pdf]. Submit to the Student Health Clinic. SOURCES of immunization records may be obtained from your physician, public health clinic, high school, college, or military records.

If you do not have documentation of immunity to any or all of these diseases, you will be required to have either a blood test to measure your immunity (called a titer), and/or have the immunizations. You can be immunized at your local public health or private health care provider. These vaccines can be obtained at the Student Health Center and the cost charged to your student account at the business office, currently we are only able to submit claims to United Health Care Student plan.

Immunization and tuberculosis documentation must be provided by August 1st for Fall Semester, January 1st for Spring Semester, and May 1st for Summer Semester. A hold will be placed on the registration process of non-compliant students.

2. Tuberculosis Questionnaire Requirement

All incoming students are required to complete the TB Screening Questionnaire and submit to the Student Health Center prior to registration Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire [pdf]. Please follow the instructions and if you answered no to all of the question, no testing is required.

3. Parental/Guardian Consent

Student Health is unable to provider any services to minors (students under 18 years of age) without parental/guardian consent. Please complete the Parental/Guardian Consent Form [pdf] and submit it to Student Health.


Registration Holds
The University can disallow you to register for the next term’s classes for a variety of reasons -e.g., failure to pay fees or to comply with a University requirement. The process of disallowing you to register for classes is called "a hold." The specific department responsible for monitoring compliance with the policies it enforces determines whether a hold is appropriate. A student may therefore have holds placed by multiple departments if he/she is non-compliant in more than one area. Fortunately, holds can be removed quickly once you have documented that you are in compliance.

The SHC is responsible for monitoring student compliance with health policies. If you fail to provide SHC with documentation of required immunizations before the designated pre-registration period for next term’s classes, the SHC will enter a code into the People Soft System that will prevent you from registering. The computer will inform you that you have a hold placed by the SHC. Should this happen to you, call the Student Health Center at 858-3371, or come directly to the SHC to find out why we have placed the hold and what you must do to have it removed.

Exemptions to Immunizations
According to the NDUS policy, students enrolled only in distance learning courses, courses taught off campus, continuing education or noncredit courses, and students in attendance at camps, workshops or programs and classes delivered under contract to a third party are exempt from this policy. Campuses shall grant additional exemptions upon application to and approval by the authorized institution official, under established campus procedures, when: (a) immunization is contraindicated by illness, pregnancy, allergies, or other medical condition certified by a licensed physician; (b) the student has had one immunization and agrees to have a second one no less than one month later; or (c) the student’s beliefs preclude participation in an immunization program. Complete this form and submit to the Student Health Clinic, Student Health Center Immunization Compliance Form [pdf]

» New North Dakota University System Immunization Policy 506.1 Effective Fall 2017

Please call the Student Health Center at 701-858-3371 with any immunization or tuberculosis questions or concerns.