Proof of immunity is an Illinois state requirement. All Loyola students enrolled in seven or more credit hours must complete the two-step process to verify proof of immunity. Incomplete immunization information will block access to registering or changing classes. All students must submit immunization requirements into LOCUS and submit supporting documents to the Wellness Center before the 10th day of the term. Beginning Fall 2017, failure to provide timely information will result in a $50 Non-compliance fee, that may be applied to your account. The Non-compliance fee is non-refundable, and will not be removed even after immunization information is completed. Students living in University-owned housing will not be permitted to move in until the two-step process is complete.
*Please note, immunization requirements must be submitted , even if non-compliance fee was applied, in order to register for class or make a change to your registration.
Step 1: Enter your immunizations on LOCUS. This also allows you to print copies of your immunization records.
Step 2: Submit your official immunization record (from your high school or a healthcare provider) to the Wellness Center via fax, mail, or in person. The Wellness Center DOES NOT accept scanned/emailed copies.
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Chicago, IL 60626
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Chicago, IL 60611
Required Vaccines for all incoming students
- Measles (2)
- Mumps (2)
- Rubella (2)
- A series of 3 diphtheria/tetanus shots are required. One must be TDAP, and must be given within the last ten years prior to enrollment.
- Meningitis (required if student is under the age of 22; Must be given on or after the age of 16 years: Menomune and Meningitis B do NOT meet this requirement)
- Hepatitis B
- Influenza (during flu season)
Some recommended vaccines are available at the Wellness Center. Contact the Wellness Center at (773) 508-8883 for more information.
For More Information
To learn more, visit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Immunization Program at www.cdc.gov/vaccines or call these CDC hotlines.