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"The mission of the department of Student Health Services is to enhance the educational experience of TAMIU students by reducing student risks for injury and illness, providing episodic care, referrals, and health education."
Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine Requirements
As of January 1, 2012, first time students, including transfer students,(under age 30)entering Texas A&M International University must submit evidence of having been vaccinated against Bacterial Meningitis at least 10 days prior to the first day of the semester.
A certificate signed by a health practitioner or an official immunization record providing evidence of vaccination MCV4 or MPSV4 may be accepted if administered or boosted within the past 5 years. The student has the right to claim an exemption from the vaccination requirement.
- You are strongly encouraged to obtain the bacterial meningitis vaccination before entering the United States.
- The bacterial meningitis vaccination must be administered by a Health Practitioner authorized by law to administer an immunization.
- Vaccinations older than 5 years will require a booster.
Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine is available for TAMIU students for a fee, please contact Student Health Services at
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Texas A&M International University Student Health Services
Student Center 125 – Phone: (956) 326.2235 Fax: (956) 326.2234