All new students, regardless of classification, must have:
Proof of the meningitis vaccination (Menactra, Menveo or Menomune) within the last 5 years
If you were born after 1956, proof of two (2) measles containing vaccinations. One of these vaccines must be an MMR vaccination after 1980.
Proof of tuberculosis skin test within the last year. If skin test is positive, please submit either results of a T-Spot blood test or chest X-Ray report from a physician stating no signs of tuberculosis. International students may wait and have follow up testing done upon arrival to campus.
All vaccines and tuberculosis screening are available at
the Student Health Center billable to insurance. Be sure to bring you ACTion card and health insurance card when visiting the SHC.
Important: You MUST follow the instructions below to access the required immunization form, and that form MUST be included in what is uploaded to MyBama. Documentation without the required immunization form will not be accepted.
*Distance Learners are not required to provide proof of immunizations.
Select the Student tab, then navigate to the Student Health Center & Pharmacy section
Within the Student Health Center & Pharmacy section, select the "Immunizations" icon
Print the form and take it to your health care provider
Health care provider completes the form, signs it and places the official office stamp next to provider signature
Scan the complete and signed form and any other documents (clear and readable photographs are acceptable)
Log into your MyBama account, access the Immunization icon, then follow the upload instructions
your form has been processed (48-72 hours), you will receive a
confirmation email or an email regarding why we rejected what was
submitted. If you have any questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (205) 348-6262 or (205) 348-4637. Be sure to include your CWID when you email or call.
If you have any illness or medical condition that requires regular
treatment or alteration of your life style, please have your treating
physician provide pertinent information and guidelines that will allow
the SHC to assist our physician to provide continuity of care.