Are there any immunizations or general health physicals required for UW-Platteville Enrollment?

No. UW-Platteville does not require physicals or specific immunizations, but Student Health Services strongly recommends that all entering college students be up-to-date on all recommended immunizations.

Do review your immunization history and obtain any missing immunizations coming to campus. Immunizations are usually available from your healthcare provider or local health department. Student Health Services can administer tetanus (Td) and influenza vaccinations.

With the nationwide Measles outbreak, Student Health requests immunization records to be faxed or mailed.

  • FAX to 608.342.1891


  • MAIL to

Student Health Services
200 Royce Hall
1 University Plaza STOP 1
Platteville, WI 53818-3099

These vaccines are recommended for all entering college students:


Vaccine Preventable Diseases

Why vaccinate?

  • Protect yourself and others
  • Avoid serious disease or illness
  • Avoid potential complications from disease
  • Avoid missed days/semester of school

The Wisconsin Act 61 requires all colleges and universities in Wisconsin to annually provide each enrolled student with detailed information on the risks associated with the Meningococcal Disease and Hepatitis B and the availability and effectiveness of vaccines against the diseases.  We encourage all students to review this information provided above and consider vaccination if you have not already done so.

If you live in a university residence hall, you are required by state law, Act 61, to inform the university whether or not you have been vaccinated against hepatitis B and meningococcal disease. You can comply with this notification requirement by completing the Residence Hall Data Sheet (provided below).

For other immunizations and/or travel immunizations check with your provider.

Local Traveling Clinics:

Traveling Clinic, Madison, WI

Residence Hall Data Sheet

Contact Information

Student Health Services

0200 Royce Hall
7:45 a.m.-4:15p.m. M,T,W,F; 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Th