Immunizations

The vaccines below are to be reported by your physician on the Student Immunization Record Form.
 
      REQUIRED:
  1. MMR vaccine (required) given twice (two doses)  OR
  1. Measles (Rubeola) (required in the absence of MMR). Two doses or immune titer is acceptable in lieu of the vaccine. Attach a copy of the immune titer report or a copy of vaccine record.
  1. Mumps (required in the absence of MMR) one dose or immune titer is acceptable in lieu of the vaccine. Attach a copy of immune titer report or copy of vaccine record.      
  1. Rubella (German measles) (required in the absence of MMR). One dose. Please
           attach a copy of the immune titer report or copy of vaccine record.
 
  • Varicella vaccine (required). Two doses: Attach a medical document with the dates of the vaccines or attach a copy of the immune titer report. Complete and submit Varicella (Chicken Pox) and Zoster (Shingles) form (attached to welcome packet).
  • Influenza vaccine (required; annual each Fall Semester). Students who have a medical exemption, must have their provider complete the Department of Health Medical Exemption Statement and will be required to wear a mask in all patient care areas. 
  • Covid vaccine: (required) Per the State University of New York (SUNY), all students planning to be on campus for in-person courses (even if it's just one course) are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with one of the three approved vaccines. Fully vaccinated is defined as completing the two-shot series of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine. For more information, visit our Covid Updates page at www.nccc.edu/covid.
  • Meningococcal vaccine (recommended but not required). One dose within the last five years. You must fill out and submit the Student Immunization Record Form indicating the date of the vaccine or your decision to waive the vaccine.
  • Hepatitis B vaccine (recommended but not required). Three doses: Attach a medical document with the dates of the vaccines or attach a copy of the immune titer report.