This section includes questions and answers for current students, online students, alumni/former students, parents and faculty/staff.
What if I can't find them?
If you cannot locate your records, a blood titer test can show your immunity to Measles, Mumps, or Rubella. Contact your health care provider for further information about blood titer tests. You will need to provide our office with a copy of the lab reports, if they are positive. If you cannot locate a record of your current Tetanus/Diphtheria vaccination, you will need to receive a new inoculation.
I attended DePaul as an undergraduate student. Do I need to provide my immunization records again for graduate school?
DePaul did not officially begin recording students' immunization records until Winter of 2006. Students who were admitted prior to the Winter 2006 term and maintained continuous enrollment are not required to have immunization records on file. Those students with gaps in enrollment, students in campus housing or students that have been readmitted since this time must submit their immunization records. If you have any questions about these requirements, please contact DePaul Central.
How do I locate my child's immunization records?
You may try contacting your child’s previous health care providers or schools to attempt to locate your child’s records. Due to privacy laws, your child may have to request their own records.