Oregon State University places high priority on preventing the spread of infectious diseases.

To promote the health and well-being of the campus community, Student Health Services offers preventive information on these conditions, as well as supplying any immunizations that are available for specific diseases.

Health alerts

Immunization schedules

Following are the recommended immunization schedules for adults and adolescents for 2017. These schedules are approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

For timely, accurate, and proven information about vaccines and the diseases they prevent, visit the Immunization Action Coalition website.

Required immunizations

Infectious disease response

Student Health Services is the lead department for OSU's Infectious Diseases Response Team (IDRT). The purpose of the IDRT is to prepare and implement strategies for the prevention and control of communicable disease threats to the university community.

The OSU Infectious Disease Response Protocol is now available for download.

Download Response Protocol Document