New York State law requires that, beginning August 1990, all matriculated students registered for 6 or more credits born on or after January 1, 1957 will be unable to register without proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella.

A physician’s statement or a copy of a student health record from a previously attended school, which properly documents this immunization, is acceptable. Any student living on campus, regardless of matriculation status, must comply with these requirements.

Student Immunization Record (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella)
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  • TWO doses of live measles vaccine at least 30 days apart administered after 1967.  The first dose administered on or after the first birthday
  • ONE dose of mumps vaccine administered on or after the first birthday
  • ONE dose of rubella vaccine administered on or after the first birthday


For measles and mumps only, the date of physician diagnosed disease with signature of diagnosing physician


Serologic evidence of immunity for each disease (measles, mumps and rubella)

Requirements may be waived if:

  1. A physician or nurse practitioner verifies in writing that a specific vaccine may be detrimental to a student’s health


  2. The student holds genuine and sincere religious beliefs, which are contrary to the practice of immunization, and submits a statement to that effect.

These written statements must be submitted to the college health service to enable you to register for classes.