Required Health and Immunization Forms

Get your required health forms submitted by the deadlines to avoid any disruption to your enrollment!

 

Once you have paid your deposit, please submit your required health forms via the Online Patient Portal. Within one business day of paying your deposit, you will receive access to the portal.

Submission Deadlines:

Summer and Fall semesters: June 30
Spring semester: December 15

Forms Required to Maintain Enrollment:

  • Immunization Form (PDF): Proof of immunization to Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR)
  • Meningitis Form (PDF): Proof of vaccination or waiver stating you understand the risks of not being vaccinated
  • COVID-19: Proof of vaccination to the COVID-19 virus

Health Form Requested from All Students:

Please submit your health forms online via the Online Patient Portal. You must include your name and X-number on each page of each form. Forms received by mail or in person will not be processed.

If you are having issues with downloading the forms please make sure you have the latest version of your Internet browser downloaded.  We recommend using ChromeFirefox, or Safari.  Please note that the forms are not supported by Internet Explorer.

    For more information, please contact Student Health Services at 718-990-6360 (selection option 4 from menu).

    Please remember to make copies of your forms for your own records.

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    Can I submit my forms by e-mail?
    No, we do not accept forms via e-mail. You must use the Online Patient Portal.

    St. John's University students are required to provide proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella and acknowledge receipt of information regarding meningococcal disease or provide proof of meningococcal vaccine. Per New York State Public Health Laws 2165 and 2167, a student's University enrollment will be canceled if you do not submit the required health and immunization forms.

    As of April 21, 2021, St. John’s will require all students to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and to provide proof of vaccination before the start of each term. Students enrolled in fully online degree programs (see Find a Program | St. John's University), defined as students not physically on-campus for the duration of the degree, do not need to provide proof of vaccination. This does not include students taking only some of their courses online. For more information, please see the student COVID-19 information page.

    Health forms must be submitted online via Medicat, the online patient portal.