New Student Requirements
If you are taking 6 or more credits on campus in a semester these are tasks you must complete the following health requirements. Attention to these items before arriving on campus will greatly expedite your check-in process. First, complete the Medical History Form. Be prepared with your immunization record since there are some important vaccines required before admittance to TFC. Many of these are common childhood immunizations and it is likely that you have already received most if not all of them. The required immunizations are:
- Hepatitis B – 3 doses
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) – 2 doses
- Varicella (Chicken Pox) – 2 doses (unless you have history of the chicken pox illness)
- Tetanus booster within the last 10 years
- Meningitis vaccine – This is not required but STRONGLY RECOMMENDED especially if you are planning to live on campus. If you choose not to receive the meningitis vaccine you MUST read, sign and turn in a Meningitis Waiver 2018.
IMPORTANT: If you answer “yes” to either of the Tuberculosis Screening Questions on the Medical History Form, please make arrangements to have a TB test and submit a copy of your results to Student Health Services. If you have a positive TB test, please see your local healthcare provider for follow up and submit documentation of this evaluation.
If you will be under 18 on check-in day, please have your parent/guardian complete the Medical (Parental) Consent Form.
ALL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETES MUST COMPLETE THE ABOVE FORMS FOR STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES IN ADDITION TO REQUIRED FORMS FOR THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT.
Please return all documentation to:
Mail: Toccoa Falls College OR Email: email@example.com OR Fax: (706) 282-6026
Student Health Services
107 Kincaid Dr. MSC 787
Toccoa Falls, GA 30598
If you have any questions regarding health requirements, please contact Student Health Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (706) 886-7299 ext. 5304.
*Student Health Services abides by recommendations and guidelines on immunizations and health requirements by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Advisory Committee on Immunizations Practices (ACIP), the American College Health Association (ACHA) and the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.