Post-Secondary Educational Institutions Immunization Law in Minnesota
Minnesota law requires all students enrolling in post-secondary educational institutions to show they have immunizations or an exemption. Institutions may choose to require more vaccines than the minimum required by state law.
- Minnesota's College Immunization
Fact sheet for Minnesota college students about the immunization law.
Record for Students Attending Post-Secondary Schools in Minnesota
(PDF: 22KB/1 page)
Sample form for college students to record Td and MMR immunizations, or exemption(s).
All public and private colleges and universities must provide information to all first-time enrollees on the transmission, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis A, B, and C, as well as on the risk of meningococcal disease and the availability of meningococcal vaccine.
- Hepatitis A Basics
Information about hepatitis A, a liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus.
- Hepatitis B Disease
Iinformation about hepatitis B, a liver disease caused by the hepatitis B virus.
- Hepatitis C Disease
Information about hepatitis C, a liver disease cuased by the hepatitis C virus.
- Meningococcal Disease and the Vaccine: What College Students Need to Know
Post-secondary schools can use this fact sheet to inform incoming students about meningococcal disease.