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Immunizations


Florida law requires documented proof of receipt of the Meningococcal vaccine, Hepatitis B series and 2 doses of measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) prior to entrance into colleges and universities. College students, particularly freshmen, living in the dormitories and residence halls must be educated about meningitis and hepatitis and the benefits of vaccination. Failure to comply will result in the student being placed on a registration hold. Students will not be able to register for classes or obtain residential housing until ALL MEDICAL RECORDS are complete.



If a student chooses to sign a waiver for any of the required immunizations –Hepatitis B and meningitis, please be aware that if there is an outbreak on campus, the student will be asked to leave the campus and will not be allowed to attend classes until the disease is under control, verified by the Volusia County Health Department.


Entrance Immunizations Form

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