Ask your parents, physician, or high school for a copy of your immunization record.
If you are from Michigan, you may also be able to get a copy from the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR). You can ask for a copy of your MCIR record at your local health department, call a regional MCIR office, or send a request to MCIR for a copy. The MCIR request form is available online here. Phone numbers for regional MCIR offices are available here.
If you have questions, please call the Office of the University Physician at (517)353-9101 or visit http://uphys.msu.edu.
Please be aware that you must have an MSU NetID to complete the form and you must have paid your Advanced Enrollment Deposit.Your personal healthcare provider may also be able to answer your immunization-related questions.
No. If you have no health concerns, then a check-up with your healthcare provider is probably not necessary.
If you have a significant health condition, then seeing your family doctor before coming to college would be advisable. Arriving on campus with an adequate supply of any prescription medications and a treatment plan may prevent possible problems.
Go to http://immunize.msu.edu.
Log onto the site with your MSU NetID and password.
Click the "Complete your Immunization Self-Report Form" button.
Fill out the form. You may need to contact your primary care physician, previous schools, or parents to find the required information.
Click the button at the bottom labeled "Submit".
To verify the data was updated correctly, review the answers that appear after you click the "Submit" button. If you would like to edit any of your answers, click the "Edit" link.
After completing the form, you should receive a confirmation email in your MSU email account stating your form was updated.
If you have a hold on your student account the hold will be lifted within 24 hours of completing the form.