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Immunization Clinic

Welcome to the UNC Greensboro Immunization page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I receive my allergy shots at Student Health Services (SHS)?

Yes. The Immunization department (Room 202) can administer allergy injections. NOTE: SHS does not mix serum or provide allergy testing.

What information is needed from my allergist?

Student Health Services will need [1] contact information for the allergist office, [2] your orders for administration that includes build up schedule, what to do for missed doses, what to do for reactions and what to do for re-orders.

Will I be required to wait after receiving allergy injections?

Yes. Student Health Services requires that clients wait in the office for 20 minutes after getting an injection or doctor's requirement. A consent form will need to be signed before the first injection with this information.

Is there a cost for these services?

Yes, there is an injection fee charge with each visit. The cost will vary depending on part-time vs. full-time status and number of shots administered.

Do I need an appointment and what are the hours?

We prefer appointments be made for allergy injections. Appointment times are:
Monday -Friday
8am - 4:30pm

Will Student Health Services store my allergy serum?

Yes. Student Health Services will keep your serum in a refrigerator in which temperature is checked twice a day when SHS is open.

What is the contact information?

Please send your information to:
Anna M. Gove Student Health Center
Attn: Immunization Department
107 Gray Drive
Greensboro, NC 27412
(P) 336-334-4086
(F) 336-334-5357

North Carolina Law

North Carolina law requires individuals attending a college or university, whether public, private or religious, to receive certain immunizations. The registrar of the college or university is responsible for assuring the required immunizations have been received by all new (undergraduate and graduate) students enrolling in college each fall. The statute applies to all students except students residing off-campus and registering for any combination of:
Off-campus courses
Evening courses (classes beginning after 5 p.m.)
Weekend courses
No more than four day credit hours in on-campus courses

Immunization Requirements

Immunizations RequirementsRecords must have documented proof of the following vaccinations:
Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis or TD (Tetanus-Diphtheria)3 DTP doses.
Tetanus-Diphtheria and/or Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis)1 Td/Tdap (dose must be within the last 10 years)
Polio3 POLIO doses
Measles2 MEASLES (Rubeola) one dose on or after age 12 months and before age 16 months and a second dose before enrolling in school for the first time. (2MMR doses meet this requirement.)
Rubella1 RUBELLA (German measles) dose. (after first birthday)
Mumps2 MUMPS doses (both after first birthday)

Immunization Guidelines


Acceptable Records Of Immunizations
Personal Shot RecordsMust be verified by a doctor’s stamp or signature or by a clinic or health department stamp.
Local Health Department
Military Records or WHO (World Health Organization Documents)
Previous College or UniversityYour immunization records do not transfer automatically. You must request a copy.

NOTE: Be certain that your name and ID Number appear on each sheet and that all forms are mailed together. The records must be in ink and the dates of vaccine must include the month, day, and year. Keep a copy for your records.