Students must comply with the MN College Immunization Law.
Students born after 1956 who did not graduate from a Minnesota high school in 1997 or later, and who is (1) registering for more than one class during a full academic term, such as a quarter or a semester or (2) housed on campus and is registering for one or more classes. Students do not include persons who are only enrolled in extension classes, correspondence classes, online classes, or evening or weekend adult accelerated programs. (Minn. Stat. 135A.14).
An admitted student must show proof of TDaP immunization within the last 10 years, as well as measles, mumps, and rubella immunization after his/her first birthday. However, exemptions are permitted for philosophical or medical reasons. Questions regarding this policy should be addressed prior to being admitted.
Note: Some clinical environments not directly affiliated with AAAOM may establish immunization and/or health screening requirements exceeding the Minnesota State College Immunization Law. In addition, some clinical environments not directly affiliated with AAAOM may not accept placement of interns who have not received or are not in the process of receiving certain immunizations and/or health screenings.