Description of the video:
[video description: Animated depiction of a sunrise over Indiana University’s Sample Gates.]
Voiceover: We want to make sure you—and everyone at IU—stay as safe and healthy as possible. That’s why it’s important to be immunization compliant before arriving to campus.
[video description: The words “immunization compliant” appear, above an animated horizontal line.]
Voiceover: Let’s walk through what immunization compliance means at IU.
[video description: Title: “Immunization at IU.”]
[video description: On a black screen, a square hole appears at the bottom, radiating light. A piece of paper floats down and into the hole.]
Voiceover: When you register as a first-year IU student, you’ll need to provide the dates you were immunized and documentation for the following:
Voiceover: Two immunizations of MMR—which includes Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.
[video description: Text: “Two immunizations of MMR.”]
[video description: Text alternates between “measles,” “mumps,” and “rubella.”]
Voiceover: Tdap—this vaccination must include tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis, and must be administered on or after age seven.
[video description: Text: “Tetanus, Diphtheria, Acellular Pertussis (Tdap.)”]
Voiceover: Varicella compliance.
[video description: Text: “Two immunizations of Varicella (chickenpox).”]
Voiceover: Meningococcal ACWY.
[video description: Text: “Meningococcal ACWY.”]
Voiceover: And two immunizations of meningococcal B.
[video description: Text: “Two immunizations of meningococcal B.”]
Voiceover: State and university meningitis requirements have changed in recent years, so take note:
[video description: Indiana University logo and Indiana state flag appear side-by-side.]
Voiceover: You may have had one meningitis immunization but still not be compliant.
[video description: Animated depiction of a virus under a microscope.]
Voiceover: IU requires protection against multiple meningitis strains.
[video description: Animated depiction of two viruses under a microscope.]
Voiceover: One vaccination is called MenACWY, and the other is called MenB.
[video description: Text: “Men ACWY. Men B.”]
Voiceover: You must complete both of these requirements in order to be compliant at IU.
[video description: Screen fills with color and the word “Compliant,” followed by a check mark, appears.]
Voiceover: Meningitis B is administered in a two- or three-dose series, which may require up to a six-month waiting period between doses.
[video description: Text: “Men B,” shown on a timeline with the words “up to a six-month waiting period.”]
Voiceover: If you haven’t already been immunized against meningitis B, contact your medical provider right away to make a plan.
[video description: Animated image of a medical professional, with a vaccination syringe in a word bubble next to her head.]
Voiceover: Before classes begin, complete your Immunization Compliance Form to the best of your ability—even if you don’t have all required vaccinations.
[video description: Animated image of a paper form, with growing colored bars indicating the form has been filled out.]
Voiceover: If you still need an immunization, make an appointment with a medical provider or the IU Health Center.
[video description: Animated depiction of the IU Health Center.]
Voiceover: If you are over 21, are an international student, or have religious or other exemptions, you may have different immunization requirements.
[video description: Animated depiction of a driver’s license, rotating globe, and round “NO” symbol.]
Voiceover: Visit go.iu.edu/immune to review all immunization info, get answers to common questions, and contact our experts if you need help.
[video description: Text: “go dot iu dot edu slash immune”]
Voiceover: We want you—and the entire Hoosier family—to be protected.
[video description: IU logo. Text: “Indiana University Bloomington.”]