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Immunization Requirements


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 noreply@stonybrook.edu . 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 Summer/Fall 2022: 
You will receive an email with your NetID information 2-3 days after you have paid your deposit beginning in April. 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 Summer/Fall 2022 classes.

New Graduate Students for Summer/Fall 2022: 
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 Summer/Fall 2022 classes. 

Wolfie Health Portal Instructions

 NOTE: If you will not physically visit any of Stony Brook's campuses in Summer/Fall 2022, please click the Online and Distance Learning Students link and complete the attestation to have your registration hold removed.

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. 

MMR Requirement

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. 

Meningitis 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 Vaccination Requirement

New York State and SUNY policy requires all SUNY students who are enrolled in at least one in-person class, living on campus, or accessing in-person campus services or facilities to submit proof of their COVID vaccination. SUNY policy requires all students to receive their final COVID dose at least 14 days prior to their first day coming to campus (i.e., for orientation, resident move-in, or first day of in-person classes). Summer Session I begins on Monday, May 23,  2022, and Summer Session II begins on Wednesday, July 6, 2022. Fall 2022 classes begin on Monday, August 22.

Please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions for examples of acceptable immunization records.

Once you collect your COVID-19 documentation, you must upload it to Wolfie Health Portal

Please note New York State also requires students who are enrolled in at least one in-person class, living on campus, or accessing in-person campus services or facilities to submit proof of their COVID booster whenever they become eligible.

Click here for more information about Stony Brook's COVID-19 requirements.

COVID Vaccine Booster Requirement 

New York State requires all SUNY students who are enrolled in at least one in-person class, living on campus, or accessing in-person campus services or facilities to submit proof of their COVID booster whenever they become eligible

Per CDC guidelines , you are eligible to receive a COVID vaccine booster as follows:

Click below to find out if you are eligible for a COVID booster. 

Booster Eligibility Calculator 

Please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions for examples of acceptable immunization records.

Once you collect your COVID-19 documentation, you must upload it to WOLFIE HEALTH PORTAL

Click here for more information about Stony Brook's COVID-19 requirements.


Frequently Asked Questions:

 

Special Considerations:

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:

 

Questions?

If you have any issues uploading immunization records or have questions about the immunization requirements or the status of your registration hold, please email vaccinations@stonybrook.edu from 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.