Get protected from vaccine-preventable diseases by keeping up with your recommended immunization schedule. A variety of immunizations are available in the health center.


The immunization clinic is located on the second floor of the health center. Immunizations are available by appointment only. Immunization consent forms must be completed and emailed to prior to your appointment time. Please call 817-272-2771 to schedule an appointment.

Hepatitis A Consent Form 
series of two injections 

Hepatitis B Consent Form 
series of two injections 

Twinrix Consent Form (Hep A/B Combo)
series of three injections  

Gardasil Consent Form HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
series of three injections  

Influenza (Flu)
yearly injection 
Flu consent form located in the Patient Portal.

Meningitis ACWY (Menveo)  
Meningitis consent form located in the Patient Portal.

Meningitis B Consent Form
series of two injections 

Pneumococcal (PPSV23)
Available by special order.

Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap)
Tdap form located in the Patient Portal.

Varicella Consent Form (Chicken Pox)
series of two injections 

MMR Consent Form (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)
series of two injections

For more information on when certain vaccines are recommended, please review The Adult Immunization Schedule from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Free Flu Shots

Health Services recommends getting vaccinated by the end of October to be protected against flu before the start of flu season. Call 817-272-2771 to schedule your free flu shot. Available to UTA students only.

Bacterial Meningitis Requirement


The law mandates that the following students be vaccinated against the bacterial meningitis:

  • First-time college students
  • Students transferring from another institution

  • Students who are re-enrolling following an absence of at least one fall or spring semester

  • Students previously or currently enrolled exclusively in UTA online courses who enroll in a UTA in-seat course in subsequent sessions

  • Individuals under age 22 who plan to audit a course

  • All documents must be submitted in English

Students living in University Housing should also review information specific to housing contract requirements.

The deadline to submit your meningitis vaccination/exemption for the following terms are:

  • Spring 2024: January 5, 2024
  • Summer 2024: May 23, 2024

Please visit UTA's meningitis requirement webpage for more information about this requirement.

Where to Get

Where to Get the Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine: 

The bacterial meningitis vaccine is available in our immunization clinic for $130. An appointment is required. If you have private health insurance, you may be able to file a claim for reimbursement with your insurance provider afterward. Please contact your insurance plan administrator for further guidance. 

Tarrant County Public Health has a limited supply of subsidized meningitis vaccine doses intended for low-income, uninsured students. Availability varies by clinic site and demand. Please contact a clinic in your area to determine whether subsidized meningitis vaccine is available. Visit Tarrant County Health for a list of public health clinics or call 817-321-4700.

Dallas County Health and Human Services also offers subsidized meningitis vaccine to students 19 and older. Supplies are limited. For more information, please call 214-819-2162 or visit Dallas County Immunizations for a list of clinics and phone numbers. 

You can also contact your primary care provider to determine if their office administers the vaccine and ask for pricing.

Record Submission

Students may use the UT Arlington Bacterial Meningitis Immunization Record form as proof of vaccination. A portion of this form must be completed and signed/stamped by a healthcare provider or pharmacy.

An acceptable meningitis document will include the following:

  • Full name of student

  • Name of facility where the vaccination was given

  • Vaccine administration date

  • Signature of physician/provider OR stamp

  • Administered within the last 5 years of the admit term

  • Document must be in English

A receipt of your visit will not suffice as proper documentation. Students who have not turned 22 before the start of the admit term are still required to provide proper meningitis documentation.

Students may submit this form or their vaccination record directly to UT Arlington by logging into MyMav. Instructions on accessing the MyMav Meningitis eForm can be found in this KB Article.

Upload documents in .DOC, .PDF, or .JPG format. Please no zip files or heic files.

About Meningitis

Bacterial meningitis is a serious, potentially deadly disease that can progress extremely quickly, within hours. It is an inflammation of the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. The bacteria that causes meningitis can also infect the blood. Treatment for the disease is available, but severe health problems or disabilities are still possible.  

For more information on bacterial meningitis, including signs, symptoms and how it spreads, visit CDC Bacterial Meningitis.

Please Note:

Immunization consent forms must be completed and emailed to prior to your appointment time. Students failing to do so will not be able to receive their immunization(s) at their scheduled time.

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