Immunization Requirements

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How to Submit Your COVID-19 Immunization

Please follow these steps when in the Student Health Portal:

  1. Login to the Student Health Portal
  2. Select the Immunizations Icon located on the toolbar at the top of the page
  3. Select Enter Dates from the drop Box.
  4. Locate the COVID-19 Vaccine section
  5. Enter your date(s) and hit submit
  6. An immunization entry pop up box will appear
  7. Click HERE to upload a copy of your record
  8. Select Covid Vaccine Documentation from the documents available for upload drop box
  9. Select file and Open
  10. Select Upload

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COVID-19 Immunization

To ensure that we can all return safely, and provide the college experience our students expect and deserve, Stockton will require all residential and commuter students receive a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and submit complete vaccination documentation to Student Health Services at least two weeks prior to arrival on campus, but no later than August 1, 2021, unless they have a medical or religious exemption.

For additional information, visit our FAQ.

If you are requesting an exemption, submit the COVID-19 immunization exemption form to the Office of Student Health Services.

  1. Login to the Student Health Portal
  2. Click the Upload button in menu
  3. Select COVID-19 Medical Waiver or COVID-19 Religious Waiver from the drop down
  4. Select file and Open
  5. Select Upload

* Individuals will only be contacted if there is a problem with their documentation.

New Jersey law requires that every graduate and undergraduate student who is enrolled full-time or part-time in a course of study leading to an academic degree at any four year public or independent institution of higher education in New Jersey is required to provide evidence of immunization as a prerequisite for enrollment and for residing on campus.

  • Measles - Two doses of live measles virus vaccine (at least 30 days apart), or any vaccine combination containing live measles virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Mumps - One dose of live mumps virus vaccine, or any vaccine combination containing live mumps virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Rubella - One dose of live rubella virus vaccine, or any vaccine combination containing live rubella virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Hepatitis B - Three dose series or the two dose adolescent series (must specify Recombivax and been given between ages 11-15) accepted.
  • Documented laboratory evidence of immunity to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella or Hepatitis B may be submitted in place of above vaccines.
  • Meningitis - All students under the age of 19 must show documentation of one dose of the meningococcal vaccine (protecting against the following strains: A, C, Y, and W-135) received on or after the student's 16th birthday,  regardless of whether they are residential students or not.
  • Increased Risk Students: 
    • Based on the Meningitis Survey response, students also may be required to provide documentation of a completed series of Meningitis & Meningitis B regardless or age or residential status.

In addition to meeting the above requirements, all students intending to reside in any college housing facility must submit evidence of immunization regardless of age for:

  • Meningitis - One dose of meningococcal meningitis vaccine given on or after the student's 16th birthday. Proof of vaccination must be presented prior to receiving your key.

Deadlines:

  • Fall Entry
    • General Requirements: June 1
    • Residential Requirements: June 1
  • Spring Entry
    • Due two weeks after enrollment and/or housing deposit submission

Failure to comply with requirements and deadlines will prevent course registration and/or housing eligibility.

Exemptions to the Above Immunization Requirements:

  • Students age 31 or older
  • Certain medical conditions in which immunizations pose a health risk.
  • Clearly proscribed and documented religious exclusions.
  • Should an infectious disease outbreak occur, the college may require students without documented evidence of immunity to stay away from the campus until the outbreak is over and students are cleared to return.

To submit your immunization records electronically, please complete the following steps:

  1. Login to the Student Health Portal
  2. Click on the Immunizations Icon located on the toolbar at the top of the page.
  3. Select Enter Dates from the drop Box.
  4. Enter your date(s) and hit submit.
  5. An immunization entry pop up box will appear.
  6. Click HERE to upload a copy of your record.

Immunization forms are included in the admission packet. If you need an additional form click on Immunization Forms below and print out documents.

Immunization Forms (pdf)

Fill in all information requested. Missing or unclear information will delay processing of these requirements.

The section for healthcare providers must be completed, signed, and stamped by a healthcare provider. Forms signed by students or parent/guardian will not be accepted. All forms must be submitted in English or include a notarized translation.

All forms must be mailed to the address listed below, emailed to wellctr@stockton.edu, or faxed to (609) 626-5586 prior to deadline. Your student Z# should be included on these forms. Do not submit documentation to any other department.

Immunization documentation from a high school or other college/university will be accepted in place of the forms below. Copies of original immunization records from health departments or other countries will also be accepted. Please do not send originals. They will not be returned! Your student Z# should be included on these forms.

If laboratory titers are submitted, a copy of actual laboratory results must be sent with the completed forms.

If the student chooses to request a religious exemption to immunizations, a letter must be submitted in addition to theRequest for Medical or Religious Exemption from Vaccination Requirements form from the enrolled student stating specific religious doctrine that prohibits immunization. Letters from parents or religious leaders will not be accepted.

Individuals in need of a medical exemption for immunizations must submit a written statement from their healthcare provider that immunization is contraindicated due to a valid medical condition.

All completed forms should be mailed to:

Stockton University
Attn: Office of Student Health Services WQ 108
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205

Please submit supporting evidence for the above exemptions to the Office of Student Health Services using one of the forms below.

Medical Exemption (not COVID-19) set forth in N.J.A.C. 8:57-6.9
(Physician must write the request for exemption indicating medical contra-indication for exemption)

Religious Exemption (not COVID-19) set forth in N.J.A.C. 8:57-6.10
(Students age 18 and older must write the request, under 18 years of age, parent must write request)

All forms must be mailed to the address listed below, emailed to wellctr@stockton.edu, or faxed to (609) 626-5586 prior to deadline. Your student Z# should be included on these forms. Do not submit documentation to any other department.

Stockton University
Attn: Office of Student Health Services WQ 108
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205

Every undergraduate and graduate student enrolled full or part time at Stockton University is required to provide evidence of immunization as a prerequisite for enrollment and for residing on campus.

  • Measles - Two doses of live measles virus vaccine (at least 30 days apart), or any vaccine combination containing live measles virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Mumps - One dose of live mumps virus vaccine, or any vaccine combination containing live mumps virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Rubella - One dose of live rubella virus vaccine, or any vaccine combination containing live rubella virus vaccine on or after the student's first birthday.
  • Hepatitis B - Three dose series or the two dose adolescent series (must specify Recombivax and been given between ages 11-15) accepted.
  • Documented laboratory evidence of immunity to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella or Hepatitis B may be submitted in place of above vaccines.
  • Meningitis - All students under the age of 19 must show documentation of one dose of the meningococcal vaccine (protecting against the following strains: A, C, Y, and W-135) received on or after the student's 16th birthday,  regardless of whether they are residential students or not.
  • COVID 19 Vaccine - All students should show proof of both doses in the 2-dose series of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or one dose of the single-dose vaccine Johnson and Johnson (J&J/Janssen).  

Immunization records can be obtained from your doctor, high school guidance office, or previous college/university. Veterans can also obtain their records from the VA or thier VA portal.

Once data has been submitted, you may add additional dates but cannot delete previously entered data. Please contact Student Health Services staff (wellctr@stockton.edu) to make any needed corrections.

You can check your immunizaiton compliance status by emailing wellctr@stockton.edu; please include your name, date of birth, and Z# in the email. You can also contact the Office of Student Health Services at (609) 652-4701.

International students should contact the Office of Global Engagement at (609) 626-5532 for assistance.

Additional Information for Immunizations

Records Release Form

To authorize the college to disclose health information or immunization records, please print and fill-out the PDF form available below. You can submit the completed form to the Student Health Services Office in person, by mail or by fax. Records that are requested in person will be given to you at that time. Requested copy of records by mail or fax, will be returned to you by mail only. Please include copy of photo identification.

Health Information Release Form (pdf)


Contact the Office of Student Health Services, West Quad Building, Suite 108, by telephone at (609) 652-4701 or email at wellctr@stockton.edu.