I believe I am eligible for a non-medical exemption. What should I do?
Pursuant to state law, OSU provides exemptions from this immunization requirement.
Non-medical exemptions may be granted to those students with beliefs, practices or ethical values which prohibit immunizations. To be approved, non-medical exemptions will require an in-person consultation and signature from a medical provider, who will review the risks of avoiding vaccine with students.
Student Health Services staff will be available to provide non-medical exemption consultations on Tuesday, Jan. 16 or on Friday, Jan. 19 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m in the Memorial Union Ballroom.
Additional times may be added. No appointment is needed but there may be a line. You may also have your primary care provider complete the Non-medical Exemption Form (PDF) with you. You will be required to acknowledge that you have read and reviewed the information provided by the Oregon Health Authority regarding MenB (PDF). It is helpful to review this information prior to meeting with your primary care provider.