ISU remains in outbreak status in accordance with IDPH regulations. The status will remain in effect for fifty days following the last confirmed case of mumps. While there have not been any additional linked cases, Student Health Services has continued to see individual cases which is not unusual. The McLean County Health Department will notify Student Health Services when the outbreak status is removed.
Please be reminded that the mumps virus spreads through saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose, or throat. An infected person can spread the virus by coughing, sneezing, kissing, or talking; sharing items, such as cups or eating utensils, with others; and touching objects or surfaces with unwashed hands that are then touched by others.
The McLean County Health Department confirmed a mumps outbreak at Illinois State University as of Tuesday, March 28, 2017. A mumps outbreak, as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health, requires at least three related cases of mumps.
The deadline for meeting all immunization requirements for Summer term is July 1st. The deadline for meeting all immunization requirements for Fall term is August 1st. If you have not submitted your immunization records by this date you are considered out of compliance with the state requirement. By state law we are required to block all future class registrations. *The class registration block can not be lifted until all immunization requirements have been met.
To determine the specific requirements and what you may be missing, please log into the Student Health Services secure website at www.healthservices.ilstu.edu and follow these steps:
Log in under "patient secure website"
Log-in with your ULID and password
Click on "immunizations" to see the list of immunizations required
If you have already received all required vaccines submit your immunization records by: Online: submitrecords Fax records to: 309-438-5205
Deliver to Student Health Services, Student Services Building, Rm 203 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday.
To make an appointment to receive the required immunizations go to:
If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 for ambulance transportation to a local hospital emergency room.
Student Health Advisory Council
The mission of SHAC is, first, to provide a forum for all students or other members of the ISU community interested in promoting the health-related issues on campus and to represent the student body. Read more about the Student Health Advisory .
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