The UC Immunization Policy requires Incoming Students to obtain the vaccinations and screen-ing recommended for colleges and universities by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for those diseases that can be passed on to others by respiratory transmission.
Due October 1, 2019: All incoming UC students are REQUIRED to: (1) Obtain the Vaccines Listed Below, (2) Undergo Tuberculosis Risk Screening, and (3) Upload Your Records to the Patient Portal.
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
2 doses; first dose on or after age one - OR - Titer (blood test) showing immunity.
History of Chickenpox does not satisfy the requirement.
2 doses; first dose on or after age one -OR - Titer (blood test) showing immunity.
Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap)
Td does not satisfy the requirement.
1 dose on or after age 7
Meningococcal Conjugate Serogroups A, C, Y, & W-135
For students age 21 years and younger only.
1 dose on or after age 16 for all students that are under 22 years of age. Students 22 or older may leave blank.
Screening Questionnaire for Tuberculosis
Log in to the Ashe Patient Portal, click
“Complete My Immunization Requirements.”
Click UPDATE next to TB screening and
answer the questions.
All incoming students are required to complete the TB screening questionnaire on the Ashe Patient Portal. Students who have any “yes” answers
on the questionnaire are at higher risk for TB infection
and are required to submit documentation of either
skin or blood testing for TB, done within 6 months of
entry into UCLA. Those with a previous positive TB
test are required to submit documentation of a chest
x-ray done within 6 months of entry into UCLA.
Answers to most questions can be found on the UCLA Immunization Requirement website.
For additional questions, visit the Contact Us portion of the website.
UCLA students can receive all of their required vaccines/ titers to meet the new UC requirements at The Ashe Center's planned Immunization Requirement Fairs during the first week of the Fall 2019 quarter. No RSVP is required. However, prescheduling online (available September 2019) is recommended. Please note: All fees are listed on the Immunization Requirement website.