Incoming Students

The following steps must be completed prior to attending classes:

1. Download the Immunization History Form (required)

  • Print the form and complete the demographic (top) portion of the form.
  • Ask your physician or nurse to complete and sign the Immunization History form (physician’s office address and phone number must be included). In lieu of completing the form, you may attach a copy of school immunization records, physician records or military records.
  • International Students: You must provide a certified English translation if immunization records are not in English. Please keep a copy of your immunization records in your personal files.
  • If you do not have adequate documentation of your vaccinations or if you are unable to obtain the required vaccinations [such as Tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis (Tdap)  or meningococcal conjugate] in your home country, you may receive required immunizations at McKinley Health Center’s Immunization and Travel Clinic for a fee.
  • Upload your documents to MyMcKinley

Submission Deadlines


Fall Semester

July 1st

Spring Semester

December 1st

Summer Semester

April 1st
  • If you experience difficulty with the upload process, you may fax your documents to (217) 244-1278, mail or hand deliver to:

            McKinley Health Center
            1109 S. Lincoln Ave.
            Urbana, IL 61801

  • Within 2 weeks of receipt, you will receive an email notice to check your compliance status using MyMcKinley.
  • If you fail to submit your forms, you will not be able to add or drop classes in your current semester, and you will not be allowed to register for classes for subsequent semesters until you are in compliance.
  •  To learn more about Immunization Requirements, visit our Frequently Asked Questions. 




2. TB Screening (required for International Students ONLY)

  • Print and complete the TB Screening Form. Bring this completed form with you to campus. Do not upload or fax your TB Screening Form.




3. If you are under the age of 18 at the start of your first semester:




4. Optional Disclosure of Private Mental Health Information​​ (not required)

In compliance with the Student Optional Disclosure of Private Mental Health Act, the university has established procedures for students to have the opportunity to authorize, in writing, the disclosure of certain private mental health information to a designated person. Access to this information will be provided only to qualified examiners. To make such a disclosure, please click on the above link.