At the Student Health and Counseling Services, you can get vaccinated for many diseases. If you’ve been vaccinated but need a booster, you can get that here too. We also offer tuberculosis (TB) testing and titers (blood tests) to check your level of immunity for certain diseases.

We have the following vaccinations* available:

Hepatitis B


MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)


Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis)


HPV (Human Papillomavirus)


Flu shots (While supplies last and only during Flu Season)


*Price subject to change.

What are immunization and vaccination?

Immunization is the process of becoming protected against a disease. But it can also mean the same thing as vaccination, which is getting a vaccine to become protected against a disease.

Why are vaccines important?

When you get an immunization, you’re helping to protect yourself against infectious diseases. As a college student, you’re particularly at risk of picking up viruses and bacterial infections from fellow students sharing your space.

Vaccines are important because they protect you against many diseases. These diseases can be very serious. So getting immunity from a vaccine is safer than getting immunity by being sick with the disease. And for a few vaccines, getting vaccinated can actually give you a better immune response than getting the disease would.

But vaccines don't just protect you. They also protect the people around you through community immunity.