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Immunizations

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Welcome to the Colorado College community!  An important part of our efforts to ensure a safe and healthy environment for everyone in the CC community is documenting immunizations and certain health information. All incoming students are required to provide:

  1. Colorado Certificate of Immunization, a 2 page document which demonstrates proof of:
    • MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) immunization OR a signed statement of immunization exemption based on medical, religious, or personal reasons (Page 1). Please note: you may be asked to leave campus in the event of an outbreak, should you waive the immunizations.
    • Meningococcal disease immunization OR a signed acknowledgment that you have reviewed the information and decided not to obtain the immunization (Page 2). Please note: you may be asked to leave campus in the event of an outbreak, should you waive the immunizations.
  2. Completion of the Tubercolosis (TB) Screening Questionnaire with signature of your health care provider OR a PPD test for tuberculosis within the 6 months prior to arrival on campus.

You can access these forms on the Student Health Center website.

Once completed, you can submit your forms through the Admissions applicant portal.

For general inquires about submitting your immunization records to CC, contact immunizations@coloradocollege.edu 

Completing these forms is part of Colorado College’s compliance with Colorado State Law, which requires that all students attending a residential college in the state show proof of immunity.  This process is also an important part of our efforts to ensure and safe and healthy environment for everyone in the CC community.  If you have any questions about immunization certification, please contact Davita Health Partners, who provide the health services in our on-campus clinic at 719-389-6384.

Student Organization Educates about Vaccinnations

Colorado College's Chapter of Globemed aims to explore aspects of health from a community to an international level and educate the CC community on various health related topics and issues.  The Global Health University Board of Globemed recently published a newsletter about vaccinnations.