Important Information: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At this time, the College is planning to resume in-person, on-campus instruction, residence life, and student activities as permitted for the Fall 2020 semester. We are exploring various contingencies and measures that will be required to open the campus. Faculty and staff offices will reopen when the state allows as part of the phased reopening. For communications related to College operations and personal issues related to the pandemic, email COVIDemail@example.com. Visit our dedicated COVID-19 website here for up-to-date resources and communications: https://www.mville.edu/content/covid-19-information-manhattanville-community.
Immunization information is required by law for all students, undergraduate and graduate, who will register for 6 or more credits, and must be on file with the SHAC prior to enrollment. You will not be able to begin attending courses if you have not submitted your immunization information. Your health history establishes a medical record and enables the Student Health Center to provide care for you throughout your college career. All medical documents are kept in a secure medical records system and are maintained with strict confidentiality.
Required immunization documentation:
- MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)- proof of immunity
- 1st dose must have been administered on or after your 1st birthday
- 2nd dose must have been administered at least 1 month after your first dose
- OR, if you cannot obtain a & b, documentation of immunity by titers
- Meningitis – proof of immunity
- Documentation providing date of meningococcal vaccine within past 5 years
- OR, a signed electronic waiver for those opting not to have this vaccine (see important information regarding Meningitis within waiver)
The tutorial below will provide you with detailed instructions for how to submit your immunization records and health information. Submissions must be accompanied by supporting documentation from your doctor’s office or your prior academic institution. All submissions will be reviewed by SHAC staff.