State Immunization Requirements for Enrolled Students

Indiana state law requires all new, regularly enrolled students attending residential campuses of Indiana public universities be immunized against Rubeola (10 day measles), Rubella (German measles), Mumps, Diphtheria, and Tetanus. This law requires the university to block the enrollment of any student who does not comply with immunization requirements. If your record is held for immunization noncompliance, registration for future courses can not be fully processed until the hold is cleared.

Incoming students over 18: MUST complete the immunization form through the patient portal found at

Graduate/Professional Students: The grad school uploads their information differently from undergraduates. You will not have access to the patient portal until the first day of classes.

Incoming students under 18: You can access the form by clicking here: IMMUNIZATION HISTORY FORM

Indiana law does not require a physician to confirm dates of immunizations. Students over 18 or guardians of students under 18 may self-report immunization dates.

Immunizations required by the state of Indiana for enrollment for ALL students
Rubeola (Ten Day Measles) (MMR) Two doses of live vaccine administered after first birthday
Rubella (German/3 Day Measles) (MMR) Two doses of vaccine administered after first birthday
Mumps (MMR) Two doses of vaccine administered after first birthday
Tetanus/Diphtheria Td booster must have been given within last 10 years
International students only
Tuberculosis test Test must be done after the student arrives in the US and within 3 months of attending classes at Purdue University. Those not in compliance by the end of the grace period will have their records encumbered. Learn more about Tuberculosis.

State-required immunizations are available at the Student Health Center and through other healthcare providers.



Requests for exemption to these requirements based on religious grounds must be made in advance and signed by the student.

A medical exemption will be granted upon receipt of a written statement from a healthcare provider indicating the nature and duration of the medical condition which contraindicates an immunization, along with the specific vaccine identified as detrimental to the student's health, or certifying pregnancy or suspected pregnancy. Medical exemptions expire when the medical condition(s) contraindicating immunization change in a manner which permits immunization.

In the event of an outbreak of any of the vaccine preventable diseases covered by this law on or near campus, students holding exemptions will be excluded from all campus activities, for their protection, until the outbreak is declared to be over. Submit immunization documentation to

601 Stadium Mall Drive
Immunization Office - Room 140
W. Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2052
Fax: (765) 496-1907
Telephone: (765) 494-1837