Health Forms

Submitting Your Health Forms

To All NEW Incoming Students


You will need to submit your immunization information via our online forms. This information is only accepted via these forms.
 
Please Note: You are required to submit this information before the start of registration.
 
Before you enroll in Trevecca, you need to have the following information submitted:
  • Your MMR immunization dates or titer
  • Chickenpox (varicella) disease date or immunization dates
  • Tetanus date
The dates of your Hepatitis B and Meningitis shots may also be required.

Readmitted students beyond two years are required to update this information.
 
ATTENTION: For those students enrolling through the College of Lifelong Learning (CLL), closely read the criteria for your circumstance as found on the forms.  Much of what is listed may not apply to you and you will not have to submit information.  Students who are distance learning-only students or non-degree-seeking students are not required to provide documentation of any immunizations.
 
To start the process please click on the first link below.
 
Chickenpox Verification (PDF)


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

What is a titer? 
A titer is a blood test to measure the level of defense the body has acquired after series of vaccine shots.  A rise in value means that you would have defense against a certain infection if you would be exposed to it.  Titers are necessary after some vaccinations to make sure that your body responded appropriately.

For how long is a tetanus vaccine good?  Generally this is good for 10 years.  But, if you are severely injured such as road-rash or very dirty cuts, you might get another injection if 3 to 5 years have gone by and depending upon the severity of the injury.

Why do I have to submit some immunization paperwork by fax if I applied on-line?
1. 
Applying through a secure website on-line is designed to hasten your admission and registration process.  It is easier to input data into an electronic record.
2. On-line submission has a much greater chance of getting the information to the correct office - the clinic.  Hard copies have trouble doing this.
3. Faxing a copy of your immunization records directly to the clinic verifies that what you have stated is in fact what has been done.  Tennessee state law demands that we do this.