Student Health Services Requirements
Required Health Form
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Consent for Medical Treatment
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Specific Health requirements for your academic program
If your academic program requires specific vaccinations or proof of insurance, please submit all information to your academic compliance personnel in addition to the Student Health Services.
Beginning with the incoming class of the fall 2018, All undergraduates (excluding PACE and online programs) and All international (F-1 & J-1 visa) students are required to provide medical documentation of the following immunizations.
MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
MMR / MEASLES, MUMPS, RUBELLA VACCINE - Required for EVERYONE born after December 31, 1956. This combination vaccine is given because it protects from Measles, Mumps and Rubella. One dose must have been received at 12 months age or later the second dose must have been received at least 30 days after the first dose. OR: Provide lab evidence of immunity by doing a blood test to check for antibodies for Measles, Mumps and Rubella. If you do a blood test, you need to provide the results on a lab form that should be uploaded into the student health portal along with your immunization records. ***NOTE: All titers must include a lab report.***
Hepatitis B is a serious viral liver infection, prevalent worldwide, that can lead to chronic liver disease and liver cancer. Anyone who comes in contact with the blood or other body fluids (semen, vaginal fluids and saliva) of an infected person is at risk for this disease. The virus can also be spread from mother to baby during pregnancy and delivery. You are encouraged to receive this 3 dose vaccine series. The hepatitis B vaccines are extremely safe and effective and can provide immunity against hepatitis B infection for adults at risk. Students in many academic health programs are required to have this vaccine. Students wishing to decline this vaccine must indicate their intent to waive on the Mandatory Immunization Health History Form. Signing the waiver indicates you understand the possible risk in not receiving this vaccine. If you are under the age of 18 and wish to decline this vaccine, a parent must sign for you.
MCV4 (Menactra/Menveo)-(Taken at age 16 or after)
Meningococcal Meningitis VACCINE– Meningococcal Meningitis is a severe form of bacterial meningitis that causes an infection of the brain and spinal cord. This bacterial infection, though rare, may cause severe neurological impairment, partial extremity amputations or even death (10-15 % mortality rate). Barry University requires that all students residing in any/all University housing receive the MCV4 vaccine at age 16 or after. All commuting students may decline this vaccine by signing the waiver that indicates you understand the possible risk in not receiving thisvaccine. If you are under the age of 18 and wish to decline this vaccine, a parent must sign for you.
Tdap (Tetanus/Diptheria/Pertussis) AND/OR Td (Tetanus/Diptheria)
One dose of Tdap vaccine is required (beginning in 2008 or after) and must be documented. Td-Booster (required every 10 years).
Recommended Immunizations for Good Health
Serogroup B Meningococcalvaccine
MenB-4C (Bexsero®, 2 dose series) MenB-FHbp (Trumenba®, 2 or 3 dose series)
Varicella (Chickenpox) - Provide proof of two doses of Varivax. OR: Provide results of a blood test on a lab form verifying immunity to Chickenpox/Varicella. ***NOTE: All titers must include a lab report* Students in many academic health programs are required to provide proof of these vaccines and/or titer.
Hepatitis A, HPV, Polio, Other - In the boxes provided in this section you may also list any additional vaccines that were administered. These are not required.
HPV (Gardasil or Cervarix)
Polio (last date)
Tuberculosis Screening: TB Skin Test by PPD (Mantoux)
Tuberculosis Screening: A Tuberculosis Skin Test by PPD or Mantoux (within the last year) is required for students in many academic health programs.
Chest X-ray (if positive PPD or lab)
- Download the Immunization Record form. Take to health care provider to be completed and signed. Go to http://barry.studenthealthportal.com and follow the instructions for entering your immunizations. You will have access to the portal after you have you have submitted your deposit to the University or you have registered for the first time at Barry University.
- The student health portal is designed to help you manage your immunization requirements quickly and easily. You can use this site to submit various online forms and track your own health history at Student Health Services. Immunizations must be entered into the portal prior to the first day of classes. If you have any difficulty with the portal, please email your records to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Student Health Services at 305 899-3750 for assistance.
- Acceptable records of immunizations may be obtained from the following sources:
- High School records
- Personal shot records (signed or stamped by a healthcare provider)
- Health Department or physician records
- Military documents or World Health Organization documents
- Previous college or university immunization records (these records do not automatically transfer, you must request a copy)
Please note: All paperwork must be entered into the portal prior to the first day of classes. Failure to provide documentation will delay the registration process for subsequent semesters and will impact your campus housing.
All vaccinations are available at a reduced rate in Student Health Services. If you are insured by the University endorsed student insurance plan, United Health Care Student Resources insurance, all vaccinations are covered at 100%. If you have private insurance, it is in the students’ best interest to receive the vaccinations at an outside provider. Although the vaccinations are available in Student Health Services All financial responsibility for vaccinations will be the responsibility of the student since Student Health does not accept 3rd party reimbursement from insurance plans other than the endorsed student health plan, UHCSR. Fees for vaccinations will be deferred to the student account.
If your immunizations records are written in a foreign language please have them translated through a reputable translation service prior to submission to the SHS.
Please make duplicate copies of all records and information you send to Student Health Services for your personal files.
Immunization History Record
- To retrieve your current Immunization History Record once you have registered for classes and uploaded your immunization forms to the Student Health Portal please log onto http://barry.studenthealthportal.com/
- Print an immunization record from the portal
If you would like your Immunization History Record officially stamped, please visit Student Health Services in Landon 104.