Columbia Health provides vaccination services for current students.  

For information about COVID-19 vaccination, please visit

Who can get vaccinations? How much do they cost?

Routine vaccines are available at no additional cost for students who have paid the Columbia Health and Related Services Fee (HRSF). For students who have not paid the HRSF, vaccines are still available for a fee. Visit the Service Fees page for pricing.

Travel vaccines are available at reduced cost to all students. Visit the Service Fees page for pricing. Please note that because these vaccines are optional, they are not covered by the HRSF or health insurance unless otherwise indicated.  

How do I get a vaccine?

Routine vaccines must be scheduled at Medical Services in John Jay Hall, 4th Floor. Please call to make an appointment with a nurse.  Nursing appointments can not be self scheduled on the Patient Portal at this time. 

Travel vaccines are by appointment only. Please email to request an appointment or visit our Travel Medicine page for more information about your health while traveling. 

What vaccines do you provide?

Routine vaccines:

  1. Flu/Influenza
  2. HPV/Human papillomavirus (for students age 46 or younger)
  3. Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
  4. Hepatitis A, B, or a combination
  5. Meningococcal Meningitis
  6. Pneumococcal (if clinically indicated)
  7. Tetanus/Diphtheria or Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis
  8. Varicella
  9. Zoster (only appropriate for students over the age of 60)
  10. Meningococcal Meningitis Group B (Fee may apply)

Travel vaccines:

  1. Ixiaro (Japanese encephalitis)
  2. Polio
  3. Rabies (post-exposure)
  4. Stamaril
  5. Typhoid


For more information about your health while traveling, visit our Travel Medicine Page.