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Mandatory Pre-Entrance Health Forms For Incoming Students

 

Click Here to Download Your Mandatory Pre-Entrance Health Forms

Due Dates:

Incoming Fall Students - July 15th
Incoming Spring Students - December 15th
Incoming Summer Students - July 15th

Your Mandatory Pre-Entrance Health Forms are to be completed and submitted prior to their due date. Submitting forms after their due date may result in up to $100 in late fees and an Immunization Hold. Immunization Holds prevent students from registering for the upcoming semester, viewing grades, dropping and adding classes. All forms should be submitted completed and together directly to:

Rowan University
Student Health Services
The Wellness Center at Winans Hall
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro, NJ 08028-1701

Once you have submitted your completed forms, you can confirm your compliance by contacting the Student Health Center by email at wellnesscenter@rowan.edu or by phone at 856-256-4333.

 

Additional Requirements for Intercollegiate Athletes

  • Additional requirements for athletes as outlined above: Mantoux (Tuberculosis PPD Test), Meningococcal Immunization (within last 5 years), and Tetanus immunization (booster within last 10 years).
  • Once all of the above requirements are completed, contact your coach about the required Pre-Participation Exam, which is done at Rowan Student Health Services before classes begin. ALL students who do not complete their clearance prior to the start of their first semester will be charged a late fee.

 

This packet will become part of your confidential medical record. The immunization form must be available for inspection by the state of Department of Health. The state Epidemiologist requires an annual report of compliance to the immunization law. The Health Center staff will review your submitted forms. If any information is omitted or incomplete, or falls in an unacceptable time frame, you will be notified via email.