Health Sciences students must comply with both Texas law and clinical facility requirements related to immunization and testing. Students should not delay completing their immunizations; some take up to 4-6 months to complete.
Students applying to the Veterinary Technology program are only required to submit a TDAP administered in the last 10 years.
Students will submit immunizations through CastleBranch:
- Immunizations must be complete (green check indicates cleared) and approved in the CastleBranch system before an application can be turned in and accepted.
- Use Package Code UL64im in the upper right side of the screen to start the process.
- There is a fee of $30 to submit your immunization documentation and other records.
- The e-mail that you linked with your CastleBranch account should be monitored on a regular basis during your application process.
- Students should have immunizations submitted at least 2-3 weeks prior to application deadline to ensure they are complete at the time of application.
- If you have a question about why your immunization form was not accepted, please contact Lisa Enloe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immunization and Tests Required Form (PDF) New requirements effective 7-1-2019 for Varicella.
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