To ensure a healthy and safe campus community, if you plan to enroll in at least one in-person class, live on campus, or access in-person services or facilities on Stony Brook’s campuses, you are required to comply with mandatory immunization requirements.
If you have not submitted the required immunization records,there is a registration hold on your SOLAR account, and you cannot register for classes until that hold is removed. The registration hold will be removed once you complete and submit the requirements noted below. Please submit all immunization records to the Wolfie Health Portal immediately to have optimal selection of classes.
- After your medical records are reviewed, if any information is incomplete, a message will be sent to your Stony Brook email address as a secure message from firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you add this email address to your contacts to make sure messages do not go to your spam folder.
- To facilitate possible future messaging, please be sure to "opt-in" to receive text messages. You can do so by clicking on the "Forms" tab in the Wolfie Health Portal, and scrolling down to select "Text Messaging Opt-in."
New Undergraduate Students for Spring 2024:
You will receive an email with your NetID information 2-3 days after you have paid your deposit. You will need your NetID to access the Wolfie Health Portal. Within 10 days of receiving your NetID, you must submit your immunization records to remove a hold that will then allow you to work with an Academic Advisor to register for Spring 2024 classes.
New Graduate Students for Spring 2024:
You will receive an email with your NetID information 2-3 days after matriculation. You will need your NetID to access the Wolfie Health Portal. Within 10 days of receiving your NetID, you must submit your immunization records to remove a hold that will then allow you access to register for Spring 2024 classes.
Submit your immunization records in order to register for classes:
The use of the Stony Brook University Immunization Form is one way to collect your immunization requirements.
New York State Public Health Law requires college students to submit proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). There are several ways that you can obtain and submit proof of immunity. Please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions for examples of acceptable immunization records.
Once you collect your MMR documentation, you must upload it to Wolfie Health Portal
For other options and for more information about Stony Brook's MMR requirements, visit MMR Requirement.
New York State Public Health Law requires college students to receive and acknowledge receipt of information on Meningitis OR submit proof of vaccination. Please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions for examples of acceptable immunization records.
Once you collect your meningitis documentation, you must upload it to Wolfie Health Portal
For other options and for more information about Stony Brook's Meningitis requirements, visit Meningitis Requirements
COVID-19 Vaccination Recommendation:
We strongly encourage all students to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine and the subsequent boosters, once you become eligible.
Once you collect your COVID-19 documentation, upload it to:
Please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions for examples of acceptable immunization records.
COVID-19 Booster Information:
You’re eligible when:
- It’s been at least 5 months after completing your primary series (two doses) of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.
- It’s been at least 2 months after your Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine.
To check when you’re eligible to receive the booster, use this Booster Eligibility Calculator:
Health Sciences/East Campus Students:
If you are a Health Sciences student or taking any classes at East campus, please contact your specific program as students enrolled in any program or course or who are participating in a clinical or internship held at a third-party location must continue to comply with all health and safety guidelines, including any COVID vaccination or testing protocols that are in place at the third-party location. In addition, certain employees, students, and volunteers at healthcare facilities, including Stony Brook Medicine and SUNY healthcare facilities and hospitals, may be subject to mandatory COVID-19 vaccination pursuant to relevant regulations and policies.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Students enrolled or participating in the following programs or schools must follow
the requirements listed above in addition to the process and procedures as outlined
by their respective schools:
- Student Athletes
- Graduate and Health Sciences
- School of Dental Medicine Students
- Renaissance School of Medicine Students
If you have any issues uploading immunization records or have questions about the immunization requirements or the status of your registration hold, please email email@example.com your Stony Brook email address. Please include your name and Stony Brook ID number in all email correspondence. Our team will respond to all emails within two business days.