SSM 106–01: Immunization Requirements
To prevent communicable diseases that could interrupt the educational process, and to safeguard the health of ASU community members
Centers for Disease Control
Arizona Department of Health Services
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual - 5-206
American College Health Association
ASU Health Services
All incoming and continuing ASU students
Several serious communicable illnesses can be prevented by immunizations and health screening. In recent years, measles (rubeola) has been a serious problem on college and university campuses.
All ASU students must document proof of measles (rubeola) immunity. Proof of immunity requires one of the following:
Students are required to submit proof of immunity to ASU Health Services for verification before registering for classes. Students who do not provide proof of immunity will not be permitted to live in any ASU residence hall or to attend classes on any ASU campus.
ASU strongly recommends that students also be immunized against mumps, tetanus, hepatitis B, diphtheria, and meningitis. Special populations may need other vaccines.
For more information, please visit the ASU Health Services Immunization page.