Immunization Portal

You must provide proof of immunization for the following:

  • Two vaccines each for measles, mumps, and rubella after the age of one year. A titer may be provided in lieu of immunizations.
  • Meningococcal vaccine (Menactra, Menveo, MCV4/MPSV4, Menomune). 
  • An influenza vaccine received AFTER August 1, 2022.
  • One tuberculosis test (PPD skin test or blood test such as T-spot or Quantiferon gold) in the past six months is required only for students at high risk of tuberculosis. High risk for tuberculosis includes: born in a high-prevalence country; travel for more than two months to a high-prevalence country; contact with active tuberculosis; HIV positive; suppressed immune system from illness or medication (e.g., organ transplant, prednisone treatment); medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer or kidney failure; body weight 10% or more below ideal body weight; work in prison, nursing home, homeless shelter or hospital; work in lab with mycobacteria; history of abnormal chest X-ray.

COVID-19 Immunization Requirements

All students must be full vaccinated against COVID-19 and must provide proof of immunization for COVID-19. We are following  CDC or WHO guidance and accept vaccination with either an FDA or WHO EUA or fully approved vaccine. As of June 1, 2021. the following vaccines currently meet this requirement:

  • Moderna-2 doses
  • Pfizer-2 doses
  • Johnson & Johnson/Janssen-1 dose
  • AstraZeneca (AZD1222) (ChAdOx1-S)-2 doses
    • SKBio /Republic of Korea)
    • Serum Institute of India (COVIDSHIELD)
    • AB/Sweden (VAXZEVRIA)
  • Vero Cell (inactivated) made by Sinopharm,  Beijing (BIBP)-2 doses
  • Vero Cell (inactivated) made by Sinovac Life Sciences Co, Ltd.-2 doses
  • Covaxin made by Bharat Biotech-2 doses

Washington University does not currently require boosters, but they are strongly encouraged.


Please use the form below to submit your immunization information and documentation.

Failure to provide proof of immunization or documentation for exemption by the deadline will result in cancellation of your enrollment.

This six-digit number was provided to you in the "Next Steps" email.

If you are requesting a medical or religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination policy, please contact our office at precollege@wustl.edu for directions on submitting the request.

Immunization Record Upload

Evidence of required immunizations in the form of official medical documentation that includes your name and date of birth must be uploaded. Records must be uploaded in English (originally) or translated by a licensed professional translation service. JR Translation Services is one option for medical translation, but students are welcome to use any licensed service. The name and manufacturer of the vaccine must be included in the translation.