New York State Public Health Law 2165 and 2167, and Title 10 New York Codes, Rules and Regulations Subpart 66-2 (10 NYCRR Subpart 66-2) mandates that all incoming students, degree or non-degree, born after December 31, 1956, must be immunized against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). All students (regardless of age) must complete the meningitis response form. Students need to submit the immunization record and meningitis response form before registering for classes.
You must show proof of two (2) Measles, one (1) Mumps and one (1) Rubella.The measles vaccines must be given after the first birthday and the second at least one month apart. Any vaccines given prior to 1968 must be clearly identified as being live vaccines.
2) Serologic testing (TITRE) showing positive immunity with laboratory results.
3) A student health record from a previously attended school, which properly documents your immunization history.
4) Documentation verifying your date of birth prior to January 1, 1957 (a copy of your driver's license, birth certificate, or passport).
5) Military discharge documents and/or records (e.g., DD-214).
Medical Exemption Requirements: A licensed medical provider must certify that you have a health condition, which is a valid contraindication for receiving a specific vaccine. Please provide this statement from your physician on his/her stationery with STAMP AND SIGNATURE. All medical waivers will be periodically reviewed to see if contraindications still exist.
Religious Exemption Requirement: A reasonable statement explaining your religious objection to immunizations.
Students who have a meningitis stop may complete the Meningitis Response Form indicating that you received information about the disease and refuse to be vaccinated. Although, you are not required to take the vaccine in order to enroll in college, by law you must sign-off a waiver indicating you received information about the disease.