Students entering UNA for the first time in the Fall semester 2017 or later, must submit a completed immunization form and supporting documentation at least 30 days before the start of classes.  A healthcare provider should complete and sign the immunization form and the student should complete the Tuberculosis screening form. A healthcare provider's signature is not necessary if ALL immunizations are documented on the official state department of publich health immunization form. Click here for the forms and more information.

The following immunizations are available at UNA Health Services:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria booster
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap)
  • Tuberculosis (TB) skin testing
  • Influenza

All patients who receive an immunization are required to wait in the clinic for at least 15 minutes after the injection is given. This is required due to possible reactions from vaccinations.

Influenza, or flu, shots are available starting in September of every fall semester and throughout flu season. Flu clinics for vaccinations are offered in various locations throughout campus in the fall semester. Students and employees may also visit University Health Services to receive a flu shot.

TB skin tests are not given on Thursdays. All patients who receive a TB skin test must return to UNA Health Services after 48 but before 72 hours for their skin test to be read. This is mandatory.

Students may also contact Workfit at 256-383-9818 located at Helen Keller Hospital in Tuscumbia for the meningitis vaccine and other immunizations not available at University Health Services. Area pharmacies may also offer the required vaccines.

Fall Clinic Hours