Error Message Update

If you are a new student getting an error message when logging into the Student Health Web Portal, this is because your information is not yet accessible in our system.  Please wait until the following dates to use the Portal.  Thank you for your patience.

  • If you are a Summer 2018 start, you may access the Web Portal beginning May 1.
  • If you are a Fall 2018 start, you may access the Web Portal beginning July 1.
  • If you register for classes after the above dates, you will need to wait 5 days after registration to access the Web Portal.
Free Flu Vaccine

Spring is here, but flu season's not over yet!  Protect yourself by getting a free flu shot at either clinic location.  The flu vaccine is safe and does not cause the flu.  

  • Students can get their flu shots during walk-in immunization hours or immediately following a scheduled medical appointment.
  • Student Health encourages ALL students to get the flu vaccine, especially those at high risk for flu complications, such as students with asthma, diabetes, and other chronic health issues.
Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage

There is a national shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine until mid-2018.  For students requiring the vaccine for travel, the following Richmond locations still have doses available:

  • Publix Pharmacy at Nuckols Place (5400 Wyndham Forest Dr): Call 804-591-4350 for an appointment.
  • Henrico Doctor's Hospital Travel Clinic (7700 E. Parham Rd): Call 804-747-5627 for an appointment.
Submitting Immunization Records Via the Web Portal

Students are encouraged to use our online system to submit vaccine records.  Students should complete an electronic Certificate of Immunization AND upload supporting documentation through the Student Health Web Portal.  Please read detailed Web Portal Instructions for Submitting Vaccine Records here.

Where to Find Us

VCU's Immunization Department is located within Student Health Services on both campuses:

  • The Monroe Park Campus office is on the 2nd floor of the Sports Medicine Building at 1300 W. Broad St, Suite 2200.
  • The MCV Campus office is on the 3rd floor of the VMI building at 1000 E. Marshall St, Rm 305.
Services Offered

Student Health offers vaccination services to all VCU students.  However, new students are encouraged to update their vaccines prior to arriving on campus.  A wide variety of vaccines are available for a fee.  The exception is the flu vaccine, which is free to all VCU students.

Tuberculosis skin testing is also available for a $15 fee and is NOT offered on Thursdays.

Students must come during walk-in immunization hours, which is offered on both campus clinics.  Please be aware that Student Health does not bill health insurance; however, students may submit receipts to their health insurance for reimbursement as applicable.

Need A Copy of Your Immunization Record?

Students who have submitted a copy of their vaccine records to Student Health may view and/or print their records and vaccine titers at their convenience through the Student Health Web Portal.  


Contact the Immunization Department at (804) 827-8047 or