New Student Requirements
All students new to USF must sign the Medical History Immunization Form, submit proof of two MMR vaccines received after your first birthday or immunity to Measles (Rubeola) and German Measles (Rubella). In addition you must provide either proof of immunization against Meningitis and Hepatitis B, or a signed waiver declining these two vaccines. A Tuberculosis screening is also required for students that applied to USF using an international address. For a detailed explanation of the requirements, please download the following Submission Guide.
Log-in to OASIS to view your immunization status and the specific requirements
Download Medical History Immunization Form
Upload form and supporting documents to the Admissions Portal
For medical or special scenario exemption requests please contact our office directly at 813-974-4056.
CDC Recommendations for Optional Vaccines
Hepatitis B - A serious infectious disease caused by a virus that attacks the liver. The highest rate of disease occurs in individuals between the ages of 20 and 49. Living in close quarters (like a residence hall) can increase the risk of exposure. There is no cure for Hepatitis B, but the infection can be prevented by vaccination. The American College Health Association (AHCA) recommends that all college students be vaccinated.
HEP B Info Click here
Meningitis - Bacterial meningitis is a very serious, potentially fatal illness. While it is
fairly rare, first-year students living in residence halls have a statistically higher
chance of getting the disease than young adults of the same age who aren't college
freshmen living in residence halls.
Meningitis info Click here
Former & Returning Students
For a certified copy of your immunization record, log into your OASIS account, select Personal Information, and choose View Immunization Record to print your immunizations.
No longer have access to your OASIS account? Click here.
To see if your previously submitted records meet the revised immunization policy, log into your OASIS account, select Personal Information, and select View Immunization Record. New requirements include Hepatitis B and Meningitis for all students and Tuberculosis Screening for students that applied to USF using an international address.
Course registration is not impacted by the presence of immunization or insurance holds. Click here for a tutorial on how to register.
In the event you are unable to register to an online course contact the department hosting the course to resolve the issue.
Call the Immunization Compliance Office with any questions or concerns at 813-974-4056.
Mail: 4202 E Fowler Ave, SHS 100, Tampa, FL 33620-6750