Student Health Services promotes the health and safety of the entire FLCC community, including our student body. You must provide the following immunization information to attend in-person classes and participate in student life activities.
Required Vaccination Information
If you plan to register for an in-person course, participate in on-campus activities, or live at The Suites at Laker Landing, you must submit the medical information listed below. Check with your physician or high school to obtain official immunization records.
- Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Proof of Immunity — typically combined into a vaccine called MMR. Proof of 2 MMR vaccinations satisfies this requirement. Serological evidence of immunity (titers) to measles, mumps, and rubella are only accepted with certified lab results. Proof of honorable discharge from the armed services within ten years of your college application also meets the NYS requirement for MMR and Meningitis.
- Meningococcal Meningitis Response Form — typically given as a series of vaccinations (MenACWY and MenB) starting when kids are 11 or 12 years old. You must either submit meningitis vaccination documentation or sign a form acknowledging that you understand the risks and choose not obtain immunization against meningococcal/meningitis disease.
Exemption for Online Students — If you are a fully online student, you are exempt from the above immunization requirements. Hybrid or part-time students who take at least one course on campus must still meet immunization requirements.
In addition to the required vaccination information above, FLCC health professionals also recommend the following vaccinations:
- COVID-19 — safe, effective, and free. There are four COVID-19 vaccines, which include primary series and boosters, recommended in the U.S. Ask your primary care provider for specific vaccine recommendations.
- Influenza — also known as flu shots. Recommended for everyone 6 months and older as soon as possible each flu season.
- Mpox — a 2-dose vaccine that protects against mpox and smallpox infections.
How to Submit Your Immunization Information
Please submit the appropriate immunization forms promptly. Students who have not submitted proof of immunity by the 30th day of the semester will be administratively withdrawn from classes. Immunization information can be submitted online through your Student Health Portal by following these steps:
- Log in to the Student Health Portal
- Select "Document Upload"
- Choose document type "Immunizations"
- Take a photo of your immunization record, vaccination card, or other documentation
- Upload and submit your documentation
Download and Print
You can also download and print our immunization form. Once completed by your healthcare provider, the form can be mailed to Student Health Services, 3325 Marvin Sands Dr., Canandaigua, NY 14424 or dropped off at Student Health Services (Room 3260).