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Beloit College Health Forms and Required Vaccinations and Immunizations

Please read carefully, and complete, the Health Center materials which were enclosed with your letter of admission. If you cannot locate those materials, they can be viewed and printed out online by going to: https://www.beloit.edu/wellness/ and selecting Forms from the menu on the left.

Wisconsin state law requires proof that you have been vaccinated against various diseases. Please go to the Beloit College Health Center website at https://www.beloit.edu/wellness/ and print the Immunization/Vaccination form and take it to your home doctor to complete. The form must be completed in English.  All names and dates of vaccines must also be in English. If you have not received the required vaccines or provided laboratory proof of being immune you will be required to complete the immunization at Beloit College.  There will be a cost for these immunizations and a delay in your course registration.

You must have proof of your MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) vaccines by either a laboratory filer and vaccination dates or it must be signed by a medical doctor.          

THIS MUST BE DONE BEFORE COMING TO CAMPUS. 

If you have not already filled out the form and returned it with your housing materials, you can send a scanned copy of the original to the Health Center at: healthcenter@beloit.edu no later than July 15th. Make sure that you bring the originals with you to campus.  

Wisconsin state law requires that you read the information included with your health form about the diseases Hepatitis B  and Meningitis. You must sign and complete the form confirming that you have read the information.

Diptheria/Tetanus vaccinations should be within the last 10 years. If not, please update before coming.

Beloit College requires you to have completed a physical examination before coming to campus.

The state of Wisconsin and many infectious disease authorities recommend that college students consider vaccinations against Hepatitis B, meningitis, and chicken pox. If you are interested, you may receive the vaccine at the Health Center on campus at a cost. For more information about these diseases and the vaccines, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/.  

For more information on what the Health Center at Beloit College can offer and more information about specific forms, please go to their website, which is:  http://www.beloit.edu/wellness/

When you are filling out your health forms, it will ask for your insurance information. All international students (except ISEP students) are enrolled in the Student Assurance Services plan.

ISEP Students are enrolled in the ISEP sponsored health insurance plan.

If you have any questions concerning state and university requirements for immunization information, please send your questions to me. If these forms are not complete there will be a hold on your account and you will not be able to register for classes.