Immunization and Allergy Clinic
Immunization and Injection
Tuesday & Wednesday (by appointment only)
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Special times have been set aside for immunizations and injections which will be administered only during the designated times. Injections include birth control shots, allergy injections and all vaccines/immunizations.
- Students MUST bring RAMCard & Insurance card to the health center to obtain injections.
- Students MUST be prepared to stay at least 10 minutes post injection for observation.
Fees are associated to each vaccine administered. In addition to the vaccine dosage fees, there is a $20 Injection fee (per visit), and a $30 Allergy Injection Fee (per semester). Types of Vaccines and associated number of doses provided are indicated below. Please contact the University Wellness Center for specific costs.
- Gardasil (HPV) - 3 dose series
- Hepatitis B - 3 dose series
- Influenza - 1 dose
- Meningococcal - 1 dose
- *TB Skin Test (PPD) replaced by Quantiferon Blood Test - annually - Filed by insurance
- MMR - 1 or 2 doses
- Td/Tdap - 1 dose
- Hepatitis A - 2 dose
- Varicella Vaccine - 1 dose/2 dose series
History and Medical Immunization Requirements
The State of NC and the University Registrar requires official proof of certain immunizations when attending college in NC, prior to arrival on campus. Detailed instructions and access to the downloadable form can be found below. Prior to registering for classes at the university, each student is required to meet the North Carolina immunization requirements. Certain exemptions apply. For more information regarding exemptions, follow links below.
All students, including Freshman, Graduate and Transfer, are required to submit the complete and up-to-date copy of their immunization records and physical to MedProctor.
It is Student Health's policy to require all incoming Freshmen, Transfer, Graduate and students re-enrolling to have a physical examination which includes basic laboratory testing and updates to required immunizations. An eye exam and a dental checkup are highly recommended. Immunizations are not automatically submitted to Student Health Services from the transferring institution. Please be sure to submit this information directly to Student Health Services.
Health Services is offering the Quantiferon TB Gold (Blood Test) to determine the presence of Tuberculosis. This test has been recommended by Center for Disease Control (CDC) as being a more accurate test for tuberculosis screening. The IPPD skin test will no longer be used for routine tuberculosis screening at the Student Health Services.
FLU.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. Government seasonal, H1N1 (swine), H5N1 (bird), H3N2, and pandemic flu information. Flu.gov aims to educate and guide the general public, health and emergency preparedness professionals, policy makers, government and business leaders, school systems and local communities.
Get Your Meningitis Immunization!
School nurses have joined together as Voices of Meningitis to reach parents with an important message: although rare, meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness that includes meningitis (the inflammation of the protective layer surrounding the brain and spinal cord) and septicemia (blood poisoning) which can potentially cause death or disability of an otherwise healthy teen within just 1 day.