University Student Health Services offers free in-depth travel consultations for students planning to travel abroad. Consultations include a review of recommended vaccines, travel-related prescriptions, and safety information.
Students are responsible for the cost of prescriptions and travel vaccines recommended, which can be purchased through Student Health or the student's pharmacy of choice. Student Health offers many of the vaccinations recommended for international travel. Click on the link to view a list of vaccine fees at Student Health.
Plan ahead! Schedule your travel appointment at least 6 to 8 weeks prior to your departure date because some travel vaccines take several weeks to become effective.
Special consultation appointments are available for student groups participating in study abroad programs or in service projects, such as those providing medical or dental care abroad. A group spokesperson is encouraged to contact Student Health to arrange a group consultation.
Student Health offers an extensive variety of travel vaccines, except for Japanese Encephalitis and Rabies vaccines.
A well-informed traveler is a safer traveler. Click on the link for a list of online travel resources to keep you safe and healthy during your travels.
We strongly recommend enrolling your trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy by using the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP).