Immunizations and Medical History Requirements
Immunization and Medical History Requirements
Please allow 5-7 business days for your records to be processed.
When your records have been processed, you will receive an automated email to your University email account (elon.edu) notifying you:
- Student Health has received all required documentation and you are in compliance with state and University requirements; or
- a list of outstanding documentation or information.
Because of the volume of records we receive, we are not able to call or email individuals to confirm receipt of records or compliance status.
Required health information is due:
- July 1 for fall enrollment
- December 1 for January/Spring enrollment
- May 1 for Summer I
- June 1 for Summer II
Records can be faxed to (336) 538-6506 or uploaded to the Phoenix Health Portal. Due to a high volume of incoming faxes, the reception of records is often delayed by as much as 24 hours.
Please visit the links below to download the appropriate required forms in PDF format.
- Undergraduate Health Forms
- Graduate Health Form
- School of Health Sciences Health Form
- Collegiate Start (current high school students ONLY) Health Forms
Information About Required Documents
Elon University follows the North Carolina Immunization Branch and the American College Health Association’s guidelines regarding immunizations for college students. You should review the regulations and recommendations in the immunization and health record packet.
Please note the following that may not be current on your high school immunization records:
- a second Measles (Rubeola) shot (included in the MMR series)
- a Tetanus booster with pertussis (Tdap) within the last 10 years
Requirements vary for Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies students. Please familiarize yourself with the specific requirements of your program.
Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire
Answer each of the questions on the TB screening questionnaire.
If all answers on the screening questionnaire are no, ensure the student’s name is on the form and submit to the student’s medical provider to confirm a TB skin test is not needed. The physician should sign off on the form.
If any questions are answered yes, the student will need to consult with his/her primary care provider to determine if a TB skin test (TST/PPD) is necessary. If the provider determines no further testing is necessary, he/she will sign the form indicating no test is needed. Undergraduate students are NOT required to have a two-step TB test.
Report of Medical History
No physical exam required.
If you include a copy of your health insurance card, you do not need to complete the health insurance information section on page 1.
Please note that Student Health Services does not release any information related to health history or conditions to any other Elon University office.
Copy of Health Insurance Card (Recommended, but not required.)
We recommend you copy/scan your health insurance card to be kept on file in Student Health Services. In the event of an emergency, Elon University administrators will have access to your emergency contact and health insurance policy information ONLY.