In order to best serve the health needs of our students and to comply with NJ Higher Education Immunization laws, the following documents need to be completed and submitted to Monmouth University Health Services prior to beginning classes.
Following is more detailed information regarding immunizations and other health requirements.
STUDENT HEALTH PORTAL
The Student Health Portal has been created for easy access to required health forms and provides the ability to upload scanned forms to a private, confidential personal health profile.
Once logged in you will be able to:
Accessing the Student Health Portal
Printing a Blank Form
Scan and Upload Required Documents
STUDENT HEALTH RECORD
The health history section of the Student Health Record is required for all undergraduate students. A recent physical signed or stamped by a health care provider is required for all intercollegiate sport athletes and cheerleaders.
Download the Student Health Record
All matriculating students aged 30 years and younger must provide documentation of the following immunizations:
MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella): Two immunizations after 12 months of age.
Meningitis vaccine (MPSV4, MVC4): The meningococcal meningitis vaccine is required for any student living on campus or in campus-sponsored housing regardless of age. The last dose of meningitis vaccine must be given within 5 years of entry into campus-sponsored housing.
Hepatitis B vaccine: Any undergraduate or graduate student, aged 30 years and younger and taking 9 or more credits will need to provide proof of receiving the Hepatitis B series (a series of three vaccines).
Download the Immunization Record
Required for International Students Only
Mantoux (TB) testing is only required for international students. Testing is required regardless of BCG vaccination.
Meningitis Survey: Required for All New Incoming Students
The state of New Jersey requires that we survey your intent to receive the meningitis vaccine. This brief survey can be downloaded and sent to Health Services.
Download the Meningitis Record.