This means that you need to show proof of an immunization. You should have received information from Admissions and Records that lists your registration time and also lists any holds that you have. The immunization holds that are listed can be be due to failure to submit proof for any immunizations and is considered an I-hold.
You will need to submit proof of immunizations listed on your medical records or yellow immunization card to Student Health & Counseling Services in person or submit online. Once received, one of the staff at SHCS will review the and verify the vaccination records. If it is complete, we will release the I-hold.
Your immunization information may be found in:
You can obtain a laboratory proof of immunity through a blood test. You can request this from your private medical provider or make an appointment for the test at Student Health & Counseling Services.
You will need a laboratory report for both Rubella and Rubeola titer for MMR; and/or a titer for Hepatitis B if you are 18 years of age or younger. If your laboratory report comes back negative for immunity, you must make an appointment to receive the vaccine.
Yes. If you are 18 years of age or younger at the start of your entering academic year at Cal State San Marcos you must show proof that you have had all three injections.
If you have not started the vaccination or in the process of completing, you may make an appointment to start or continue the vaccine.
If you are transferring from another University, your immunization records will NOT be automatically transferred over to Cal State San Marcos. Therefore, if you do not show proof of the required immunizations, your registration will be held for the following semester. You may call the student health center at your previous University to obtain those records.
If you are 18 years or younger at the time of your transfer to Cal State San Marcos, you will need to provide proof of the Hepatitis B vaccine series. If you are 19 years or older at the time of transfer to Cal State San Marcos, it is not required that you must have the Hepatitis B vaccination. It is only required that you must show proof of your MMR vaccine.
If you have other concerns or questions about this requirement, you can call Student Health & Counseling Services at (760) 750-4915. . You can also make an appointment to speak with a provider.
All currrently enrolled CSUSM students are able to make an appointment for an immunization or titer at SHCS by calling (760) 750-4915 . Please note that we do not have all immunizations available and we DO NOT accept or bill insurance.
Students must submit doucmentation of one of the following vaccines:
Students must submit vaccination records by August 10, 2021.
Yes, it is still recommended for everyone to get the vaccine even if previously infected with COVID-19. If you are no longer sick and are out of isolation, you can schedule your vaccination appointment.
Students living in housing at the UVA or the QUAD, may seek an accommodation from the vaccine requirement for medical, disability, or religious belief.
To request an accomodation, please submit the form here.
Accommodation submission must be received by July 30, 2021.
*Once COVID-19 vaccine is FDA approved, religious accomodations may no longer be accepted *