Students attending classes at the University of Washington are required to provide proof of immunity as a public health measure in accordance with Centers for Disease Control guidelines. Students enrolled in online programs are subject to these requirements.
Submit documentation of immunity no later than the first day of the quarter. Students are not eligible to register for classes until immunization requirements have been met.
Your requirement depends on your program of study and your age. Visit the Hall Health website to Find the Requirement that pertains to you.All students under 22 must submit evidence of measles, mumps immunity and a conjugate meningitis ACWY vaccination given at age 16 or older. Students age 22 and older must submit evidence of measles and mumps immunity, either through vaccinations (two MMR vaccinations) or lab evidence of positive titer.
Students in the Social Work program should follow the processes and deadlines of the Health Sciences Immunization Program (HSIP), instead of completing the Hall Health Center verification.
If you do not submit the required immunization documentation prior to your second quarter registration date, a hold will be placed on your registration until your documentation is received. Incomplete records may cause delays in your future quarter registration process.
Questions regarding these immunization requirements should be directed to the Hall Health Center.
Early Access to Student Health Services for Required Immunizations
Virginia Mason Franciscan Health (VMFH) is a local healthcare provider that is contracted to provide a range of free healthcare services to UW Tacoma students, known by UW Tacoma students as Student Health Services. UW Tacoma students can access Student Health Services starting the first day of their first quarter at UW Tacoma, though to increase access to immunizations, Student Health Services can provide the required immunizations to newly admitted UW Tacoma students who have registered for classes prior to the start of their first quarter. Undergraduate students who have completed new student online orientation for the upcoming quarter may request early access via the webform prior to visiting the clinic; click the button to get started. All other covered student health services begin at the start of the quarter.
Click here to view Franciscan Prompt Care locations and hours. For questions about early access to Student Health, email email@example.com.