Immunization Records Information

New Jersey law requires that all full-time students present a valid record of immunization against Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Hepatitis B as a condition of enrollment. The state requires two doses of live measles containing vaccine administered after one year of age, after 1968, and 30 days apart. Additionally, the documentation must include verification of a three-dose Hepatitis B vaccine.

As of July 1, 2020, the State of New Jersey requires that certain individuals will be required to provide verification of immunization against Meningococcal disease. This included two doses of the Meningitis vaccine. Such documentation must be submitted to the college along with other immunization documentation.

Students Who Are Exempt from Providing Immunization Records

Individuals who are not in the Nursing, Radiography or Allied Health programs are exempt from these requirements only if they:

  • are 30 years of age or older,
  • are taking less than 12 credits,
  • are 100% online, or
  • have a medical reason or a religious objection to immunization.

Students should contact for more details about the immunization requirements.

All full-time students must complete at least Part I of the Immunization form accompanied by valid records or have the entire record completed and signed by a health care provider. These records must be submitted to prior to registration. The Immunization Letter and Immunization Form can be obtained from the following buttons: