Call Health Information Management at (309) 438-7559.
Contact your doctor, the County Health Department, or obtain a copy of the 9th grade physical from your high school.
Call Health Information Management at (309) 438-7559 for questions about which immunizations requirements apply.
Probably not. You will also need proof of your first MMR which is usually given at about 15 months of age.
No. (Athletes may have special requirements. Check with a coach or trainer.)
TB tests are only required for international students and must be done at ISU once classes start.
Yes. Call for an appointment at (309) 438-APPT (2778).
The Hepatitis vaccine is recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), but not required. The meningococcal vaccine may be required pending a change to a state law.
Please call the Patient Support office at (309) 438-8793 for the most up-to-date prices. Please note, Student Health Services does not bill insurance, but we can provide you a statements suitable for insurance billing if you choose to receive your immunizations at our clinic.
No. You can call for an appointment at (309) 438-APPT (2778) and continue the series.
Possibly, depending on your destination and length of stay. Call Appointments (309) 438-APPT (2778) for an international travel consult. When possible, schedule your appointment at least 2-6 months prior to departure.
Yes, if it is on file. Call our Health Information Management Department at (309) 438-7559.
Yes. If you are currently receiving allergy injections and wish to continue them at ISU, call Preventive Medicine at 438-8560 with questions or call (309) 438-APPT (2778) to schedule an appointment.
No. You can make an appointment (309) 438-APPT (2778) with a physician to discuss allergy concerns.