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Submit Your Immunization Records & TB Test

Just like getting an I-20 and attending orientation, providing required immunization records is one of the steps you must complete before you can take classes at USC. Make sure you are prepared for this before you arrive on campus!

What you need to know

  • If you will live on campus, you must submit your immunization records to move in to your residence hall.
  • All students, regardless of where you will live, must submit their immunization records to register for classes.
  • If you are concerned that you will not be able to complete the immunization requirements before you arrive on campus, don't worry! University Health Services will allow you to take care of your immunizations once you arrive at USC.
  • If you decide to get your immunizations done at USC, make sure that your health insurance is active before getting the immunizations done. 

What you need to do

  1. Navigate to the "Medical Clearances" portion of
  2. Click on "Immunizations Record" and attach supporting documentation signed by a medical provider before orientation. (Note: You can take a photo of your documentation with your phone and upload the photo).
  3. Enter your immunization dates and vaccine types in the "Medical Clearances" portion for each vaccine received.

You can read more about required immunizations on the University Health Services website. Note that if you are from a country that is considered "high burden" for tuberculosis, you will need to complete a TB test and chest x-ray upon arrival to the U.S. 

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