School of Pharmacy

Immunizations and Health Requirements

For purposes of admission and progression, all School of Pharmacy students are required to provide the information indicated below:

Immunizations

Documentation of compliance with required immunizations must be provided. All immunization forms must be signed by a qualified and licensed healthcare provider. The following forms are a requirement of matriculation and are due as indicated below.

  • State of Tennessee Immunization Documentation (Form PH-4140) – due within 30 days of acceptance of offer of admission. To download this form, click here.
  • South College School of Pharmacy Mandatory Pharmacy Student Immunization Documentation Form – due 30 days prior to Student Orientation for the P1 year. To download this form, click here.

In addition to the above requirements, all students will be required to have the following tests/immunizations annually.

  • TB Skin Test
  • Influenza Vaccine

Health & Medical History

Documentation of compliance with health and medical history requirements must be provided. The health and medical history form must be signed by a qualified and licensed healthcare provider. The following form is a requirement of matriculation and is due as indicated below.

  • South College School of Pharmacy Student Health and Medical History – due 30 days prior to Student Orientation for the P1 year. To download this form, click here.

Health and Medical Insurance

For purposes of admission and progression, all students must have active, comprehensive health and medical insurance that will provide benefits in the event they contract or develop a medical condition, sickness, or injury. Evidence of comprehensive health and medical insurance (a copy of their health and medical insurance card, front and back) must be provided 30 days prior to Student Orientation for the P1 year. In addition, verification of continued coverage of active health and medical insurance will occur upon registration of each quarter. Any uninsured health care costs that may result while on clinical rotations will be the sole responsibility of the student. All students must maintain a policy of health and medical insurance from matriculation through graduation from the South College School of Pharmacy.