Health history, a consent to medical care, your health insurance card and enter your immunizations
Welcome to Olin College!
Babson Health Services serves as the health center for both Babson and Olin students. As you prepare to become a member of the Olin College community there are certain requirements that each student must fulfill in order to register for classes. These requirements are mandated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and are meant to keep both you and your fellow students free from communicable diseases. Every student is required to show official documentation that s/he has been immunized against measles, mumps, rubella (two doses of each), hepatitis B (three doses), meningitis and tetanus/diphtheria and pertussis. Olin also requires that all students are either immunized against varicella (chicken pox, two doses of the vaccine) or provide a lab report showing that they are immune to it. It is very important that you have these immunization requirements taken care of prior to your arrival at Olin. If you are unable to locate your immunization records you can contact your high school or you can have blood drawn to test for immunity to the measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B and varicella.
Please complete your health history, a consent to medical care, your health insurance card and enter your immunizations on the Student Portal https://babson.medicatconnect.com by July 1, 2017. As part of the immunization requirements you will need to upload verification of all immunizations that you have entered. If you have blood drawn to show that you are immune to an illness you will need to upload a copy of the laboratory report. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a block on your registration.
Information on Health Services and health related issues can be found on the Babson Health Services website www.babson.edu/health.
Should you have any questions about immunizations or your health history please contact the Health Services office at 781-239-6363.
We look forward to you becoming part of the Olin community.
Sharon Yardley APRN-BC, FNP Director of Health Services