Immunizations Frequently Asked Questions.

Admission Requirements
  • If you are 18 or younger* on your first scheduled day of class, there are two (2) different required immunizations you must submit to the university:  Measles/Rubella (MMR) and Hepatitis B. You must submit proof of two 2 doses of Measles/Rubella (MMR), and the series of 3 doses of Hepatitis B.
  • If you are 19 or older* on your first day of class, there is one (1) required immunization: Measles/Rubella. You must submit proof of two 2 doses of Measles/Rubella (MMR)
  • Measles/Rubella (MMR): Required of all new students born 1957 or later
  • Hepatitis B: required of entering students if they are 18 years of age or younger on their first day of class.

Mail immunization records to:

   California State University, Sacramento
   Student Health & Counseling Services
   6000 J Street
   Sacramento, CA 95819-6045

Or fax a copy to 916.720.0180

Submit Documentation:

Send one or more of the following documents to Student Health & Counseling Services with your name and student ID number clearly indicated on each document submitted:

  • Verification of immunity completed by healthcare provider
  • Photocopy of your childhood immunization record
  • Photocopy of your California High School transcript if immunization information is documented on transcript
  • A copy of a lab report showing proof of immunity by blood titer

​If you have any questions or concerns please contact Joelle Ockey at (916) 278-3848.

Other Vaccines Offered at Your Student Health Services. (but not all required)

Vaccine Type Cost   Vaccine Type Cost
TDaP $30.00   Typhoid Caplets $35.00
TB Skin Test No Charge   TD Vaccine No Charge
Hepatitis A $24.00 / Per Dose   Gardasil (HPV) $130.00
Hepatitis B $32.00 / Per Dose   MMR Vaccine $50.00
Influenza (Seasonal) No Charge   Varicella $85.00
Pneumovax $127.00   Meningitis $101.00

Click here to download the Vaccine Financial Assistance Application
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