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Hepatitis B prevention mandates for colleges and universities

An empty box in this table indicates a "NO" answer
State Mandate for education or vaccination? What types of institutions? Who is covered? Education mandate? Proof of vaccination or waiver required? Implementation date
Alabama                  
Alaska                  
Arizona                  
Arkansas                  
California yes state univ & UC system all students <19 yrs   yes 2000
Colorado                  
Connecticut yes all all yes   2005-06 school year
Delaware                  
Dist. of Columbia yes all all   yes 2003-04 school year
Florida yes all all students in on-campus housing   yes 1/2003
Georgia yes UG system all students <18 yrs at college entrance    yes 2005
Hawaii                  
Idaho                  
Illinois                  
Indiana                  
Iowa                  
Kansas                  
Kentucky            
Louisiana                  
Maine                  
Maryland                  
Massachusetts yes all health science students; freshmen-juniors in 2003-04   yes 2000&2001
Michigan                  
Minnesota yes all all yes   1999
Mississippi yes all all incoming students yes   7/2003
Missouri                  
Montana                  
Nebraska                  
Nevada                  
New Hampshire                  
New Jersey yes all all incoming students with 12+ credits    yes 2008-09 school year
New Mexico                  
New York                  
North Carolina yes all colleges & universities all incoming students    yes 10/2009
North Dakota                  
Ohio yes all public institutions all students in on-campus housing   students must provide documentation of whether or not they've been vaccinated 7/2005
Oklahoma yes all all incoming students    yes 2004-05 school year
Oregon                  
Pennsylvania                  
Rhode Island yes all health science students   yes 2001
all students yes 8/2006
South Carolina yes all all incoming students residing on campus yes   6/05/2002
South Dakota yes state univ & USD system health science students   yes 2002
Tennessee yes all all incoming students yes   7/2003
all with >200 students health science students expected to have patient contact   yes 7/2011
Texas yes all health science students    yes 1992
Utah                  
Vermont yes all all incoming students    yes 8/2008
Virginia yes all 4-yr public institutions All incoming full time students yes yes 7/2005
Washington                  
West Virginia yes, mandates exist on an institution basis          
Wisconsin yes all all students yes   1/01/2004
Wyoming                  
If you have any updated information concerning this table, please call (651) 647-9009 or email admin@immunize.org  This table was compiled by the Immunization Action Coalition using information provided by state health departments.
This page was updated on February 17, 2017.
This page was reviewed on March 2, 2016.
 
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