To access the Immunization Compliance Form, follow these steps:
- Visit https://One.IU.edu
- Log in using your Username and Passphrase
- Type “Immunization” in the search bar and hit enter
- Select the “Immunization Compliance” task from the search results
- Click the green Start button
- Provide the date of immunization and upload a document verifying the date
- If more detailed instructions are required, consult this step-by-step guide.
You will automatically be directed to the Immunization Compliance Form where you will have the ability to enter dates of immunization, provide supporting documentation, or submit documentation for medical and religious exemptions. All immunization documentation must be in English. We are unable to translate documents.
If your documents require translation, please use a professional translation service. Indiana University has collaborated with Luna Translation Services, though documentation that has been translated by other professional translation services is also acceptable.
What are the next steps?
Students who provide dates that do not meet the immunization requirements as listed here will be prompted to make any corrections. Until all appropriate dates have been provided, a student is not compliant. Students should continue to monitor and check the comments section of their immunization compliance form until they see compliant status.
State of Indiana Official Immunization Records may be available for Indiana residents via self-service through MyVaxIndiana. The information provided by MyVaxIndiana is supplied by the Children and Hoosier’s Immunization Registry Program (CHIRP). For more information visit the MyVaxIndiana website or contact the following:
MyVaxIndiana Email: MyVaxIndiana@isdh.in.gov
CHIRP Help Desk Email: CHIRP@isdh.in.gov
CHIRP Help Desk Support: 1-888-227-4439
Consult your respective state's immunization registry program. For a list of registry programs by state, go here.
Failure to Comply
Non-compliance warnings for students who do not respond to the early request for immunization data will appear in the registration system when they register for classes and again by email. Registration for the next semester or session will be prevented for students who do not provide this required data. In order to maintain the confidentiality of medical record information, immunization data provided to offices other than the School of Nursing or the Center for Health Promotion cannot be used to comply with this state mandated requirement.
Once a student has completed the Immunization Compliance Form, the hold on their record should be released. Failure to comply with this requirement can cause students to be prohibited from registering for future terms.
First year students aged 21 or younger MUST be immunized with one dose of MenACWY and two doses of Meningitis B. First year students aged 22-23 will only need to be immunized with two doses of Meningitis B.
Meningococcal meningitis is a bacterial form of meningitis, an infection of the thin lining that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. While rare, the condition is very serious and can be deadly. Adolescents and young adults 16 through 23 years old are considered at an increased risk for the disease. For more information please see the CDC website.
Most states, including Indiana, currently require the MenACWY immunization in high schools. In recent years, the majority of meningococcal meningitis infections in Indiana have been serogroup B (72%). Therefore, IU and other major universities are now requiring Meningitis B immunizations. Students without MenACWY and Meningitis B immunizations will have to obtain them either through their primary care physician, local clinic, or university health center.
You’ll need to supply documentation from a medical provider if you’re unable to provide your immunization dates due to one of the following:
- You have immunity because you had the disease (with the exception of Tuberculosis and Tdap). A physician’s written statement is required to prove immunity.
- You have laboratory evidence of immune titer. A titer is a blood test that verifies whether you’re immune to certain diseases or vaccinations you’ve already had.
- You’re medically unable to be vaccinated. If you’re unable to be vaccinated due to a medical reason (for example, allergy to eggs, pregnancy, reaction to a vaccine, or participation in a current sequence of immunizations), you’ll need a physician’s written statement that documents each specific medical contraindication.
Upload your physician's written statement and/or documentation to your immunization compliance form. Or you may bring or mail your paperwork to Student Central.
You must submit a written, signed (by you) request for exemption if you have not been immunized due to religious reasons. You can file a religious exemption letter instead of a completed immunization compliance form. Upload your letter to Student Central using our secure contact form. Under “Topic,” choose “Student records,” then “Update immunization.” (Or you may bring or mail your letter to Student Central.)
Note that if you file a religious exemption, you’ll be required to leave campus if an outbreak of any of the diseases listed above occurs on or near campus.
If you're unable to be vaccinated due to a medical reason (for example, allergy to eggs, pregnancy, reaction to a vaccine, or participation in a current sequence of immuninzations), you'll need a physician's written statement that documents each specific medical contraindication.
Upload your physician's written statement and/or documentation to your immunization compliance form. Or you may bring or mail your paperwork to Student Central. The same precautions will apply to you should there be an outbreak on campus and you have not been immunized. You will be advised to leave campus immediately, and not return until an "all clear" has been given.