Medical Immunization Records

The Illinois Department of Public Health requires that all students living in on-campus housing and born on or after January 1, 1957, entering a post-secondary institution are required to present documented proof of immunity (pdf) against the following diseases:

  1. Measles (Rubeola) - two (2) doses at least 28 days apart
  2. Rubella (German Measles) - two (2) doses at least 28 days apart
  3. Mumps - two (2) doses at least 28 days apart
  4. TD (Tetanus and Diphtheria) - three (3) doses required - one (1) within past 10 years
  5. Meningitis - Required for students under age of 22 - Must be given on or after 16th birthday

Note: Students are also responsible for showing documentation for any other immunizations as specified by their colleges whether the student is living in on-Campus Housing or not. These documents must be submitted to the students college, and do not need to be submitted to the Office of Medical Immunization.

Students in on-campus housing who are not properly immunized and have not submitted a written statement of medical or religious exemption are required to undergo immunization within the first term of enrollment. Failure to provide the required proof of immunity shall prevent a student from enrolling in a subsequent term. To prevent a hold from being placed on a student's account, students must submit the required proof of immunity (pdf).

Questions pertaining to the medical immunization requirements may be directed to:

Mailing address:
Office of the Registrar, MC 018
University of Illinois at Chicago
Suite 1200 Student Services Building
1200 West Harrison Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7161

Phone & Fax:
Telephone: (312) 413-0464
FAX: (312) 355-4481

E-Mail: MI@uic.edu

Office Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm, Central Time.

Got questions? See the Medical Immunization Records FAQ

Continuing students who seek a record of previously submitted vaccinations should use the Authorization for Disclosure of Immunization Record Information form.