Immunization Requirements

Before you can register for classes at Marian University or move into your assigned Marian University residence, The Student Health Center must verify you have received all Marian University required vaccinations, as recommended by the CDC.

Please follow the link provided (https://marian.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/student-health-center), create your profile and complete and submit your required Student Health Immunization Record.  Your forms will be verified by and housed with The Student Health Center and will not be shared with or released to anyone.  If you have any questions regarding accessing, completing or submitting your Student Health and Immunization Record, please do not hesitate to contact The Student Health Center at 317-955-6154.

Marian University required and recommended immunizations and screenings

Required immunizations and screenings

  1. MMR vaccines
  2. Tetanus-diptheria (Tdap), received within the last 10 years
  3. Meningococcal immunizations  (MCV4)
  4. Meningococcal B immunizations
  5. Varicella immunizations
  6. Hepatitis B immunizations
  7. Polio immunizations
  8. Tuberculosis screening is required for all international students within four weeks of arrival to the United States and for students with TB symptoms or risks.

Recommended immunizations

  1.  Annual Influenza vaccine, beginning OCT 1st for the upcoming flu season
  2. Hepatitis A immunizations
  3. Gardasil immunizations

The Marian University Student Health Center offers the following immunizations and screenings for a fee:

  • Tuberculin PPD (Mantoux) test
  • Quanteferon Gold TB test
  • Titers: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Varicella, MMR
  • Tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid and acellular pertussis vaccine absorbed (Tdap)
  • Annual influenza vaccinations

Health insurance

Marian University requires each student hold an active health insurance policy.  Patient health insurance must be provided when appointments are scheduled with The Student Health Center, as immunizations and some appointment services can be billed to a patient's health insurance.  TB (including Quantiferon Gold) tests and immunization titres are not billable to health insurance and patients are responsible for the fee at the time services are rendered.  If the patient does not have health insurance, or does not provide health insurance upon scheduling the appointment, the patient is responsible for the associated immunization fee at the time of the appointment. 

Patient health insurance information required to bill to health insurance:

  • Patient first and last name
  • Patient birthday
  • Health insurance company
  • Health insurance claims mailing address
  • Health insurance customer service phone number
  • Member/policy holder number
  • Group number

If you have questions regarding your in/out of network health insurance coverage, health insurance services covered or deductibles applied to services, please contact your health insurance company's customer service phone number.

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