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The Campus Health Service is pleased to be able to offer immunizations, and travel immunizations to University of Arizona students and staff. Routine vaccinations are offered as a walk-in service during regular Campus Health Service hours. To be sure the nurse is available, please call 621-9202 before coming in to be seen by the Immunization Nurse.
Appointment phone#: (520) 621-2292
Hours of Operation:
Walk-In Services are available but are subject to change. Please call before coming in:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-11:45am, 1:00pm-3:30pm
(Note: beginning on Oct. 1st, 1:00-2:30pm)
Closed on Friday's for Walk-in's
The Immunization Clinic is closed daily to all services from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.
Fridays are devoted to Travel Clinic Appointments, but occasionally there will be staff available for Walk-In Services on Fridays from 8:00am-4:30pm. It is recommended to call prior to coming in on Fridays and on other weekdays because the nurse may be out of the clinic due to clinics or other reasons.
services are by appointment only, primarily limited to Fridays.
Appointments are approximately 45 minutes long, and are in
high demand during the travel seasons. Please plan on booking
your travel appointment at least 2-weeks prior to travel. Visit the Travel
Clinic section for further information.
questions regarding Walk-In Services or to book an appointment
for Travel, please call (520) 621-2292.
Immunization Office offers a variety of immunization services,
TB Skin testing
Ordering of Quantiferon Gold tests for positive
TB skin tests
Ordering of blood titers to confirm immunity status to various
Find out what vaccines you need
complete list of available vaccinations may be found at the
bottom of this page.
Immunization records may be accessed online by using your
UA Net ID to log in to Patient Link.
Mumps, and Rubella Vaccinations
can be a serious and life-threatening illness. For this reason,
immunization against measles is necessary as a public health
measure to protect students and community members alike.
The University of Arizona policy requires the following from all incoming and transfer students:
- Proof of two (2) MMR immunizations or a lab test that shows immunity to Measles (Rubeola), Mumps and Rubella.
- (Rubeola = Hard measles/10 day measles; Rubella = 3 day measles/German measles. )
- The first vaccination is given at or after 1 year of age and the second is commonly given at or after 4 - 6 years of age. If your records do not reflect this immunization schedule, the two MMR vaccinations must be at least 28 days apart from each administrated date.
- At least one of the MMR shots must have been given after 1979.
- The immunization requirement is waived if you were born before January 1, 1957
more information, please see the Immunization
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Immunizations are available to all students, faculty, and
staff of the university who are planning on traveling out
of the country. A travel appointment is required and is a comprehensive appointment
in which the traveler is given a Travax Travel Report, which
includes a complete summary of required/recommended vaccinations
for travel to the specific destination, any travel advisories,
and relevant country-specific information. The traveler would
receive all desired vaccinations at that time, as well as
prescriptions for anti-malarial medication and treatment of
Traveler’s Diarrhea. For more information, check out
Clinic section, or contact the Immunization office at
(520) 621-2292. Appointments for travel-related
illness or travel physicals
should be made with a Campus Health Physician or Nurse Practitioner.
Offered by Campus Health
Hepatitis A: This is a 2-shot series, given
over a 6-month period. This is considered a lifetime vaccination.
Hepatitis B: This is a 3-shot series, given
over a 6-month period. For most, this is considered a lifetime
This Hep A+B combination vaccination is a 3-shot series,
given over a 6-month period. This is considered a lifetime
HPV: Gardasil® is available. It is given as a 3-shot series, over a
6-month period. This is a considered a lifetime vaccination
Influenza: This is a seasonal vaccination,
and should be updated yearly
Meningococcal: This is considered effective
for approximately 5 years, and might need to be updated
for travel into endemic areas.
2-MMRs are considered a lifetime vaccination.
Polio: The inactivated injectable Polio
vaccination is considered a one-time adult booster for those
who received the Polio series as a child.
This is a 3-shot series. For continued risk/exposure to
potential rabies, titer levels should be checked approximately
every 2 years to determine booster needs.
For people 60 years or older. Need CHS provider order.
(Tetanus/Diptheria) or Tdap (Tetanus/Diptheria/Acellular
Pertussis): Recommended to booster every 10 years.
Typhoid: This is available in either the
oral or injectable vaccination. The oral vaccine is effective
for 5 years, and the injectable vaccine is effective for
Varicella (Chicken Pox): For those who
did not have chicken pox as a child, this is a 2-shot series.
It is considered a lifetime vaccination
Yellow Fever: Needed for travel into countries
of Yellow Fever transmission. A primary dose is considered long lasting.
vaccination has risks and possible complications. Contact
the Campus Health Immunization Nurse (520) 621-2292, your
healthcare provider, or the CDC at www.cdc.gov
Immunization Services Offered
Hepatitis B Titer
Quantiferon Gold blood test for positive TB skin test
TB Skin Test
pricing of the various procedures and vaccinations, please
call the Billing and Claims Office at (520)621-6487.
Your Immunization Records Online