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Immunization Compliance

All students who are attending McNeese for the first time must complete and return an Immunization Compliance Form.

Students will not be able to register for classes until proof of immunization or the waiver of vaccination is received. Once proof of immunization is received by the Admissions Office, Health Services will review, record, and electronically transmit immunization records to the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.

If it is determined that vaccinations are required, a registration hold will be placed on the student’s record and the student will be contacted regarding the required vaccination(s).

Please see our Proof of Immunization Policy for more information.

Other Forms

HIPAA is the federal privacy standard that protect patient’s records and other health information provided to healthcare providers, health plans, doctors and hospitals. This form provides more information on your healthcare privacy rights and information on how to transfer or release medical information to approved personnel or institutions.

Parental Consent
Parental consent is required for students under the age of 18. If you are under the age of 18 and will be seeking medical care at Health Services, please have your parent sign and submit this form.

Bill of Rights
This form reviews your rights as a patient seeking services at the Health Services facility.

Free HIV Testing is a leading online STD testing provider now offering free HIV testing to McNeese State University students.
To get a free, confidential HIV test, go to and select Louisiana and McNeese State University. You can then use your student email to checkout and visit our local testing center (LabCorp on Nelson Road) to get tested.
Results are delivered within 24 hours.

Calcasieu Community Clinic
Calcasieu Community Clinic is a not-for-profit, free health care clinic located at McNeese State University’s Juliet Hardtner Hall College of Nursing. The clinic provides free ambulatory medical care and pharmaceuticals to the low-income, working uninsured in the five parish area of Imperial Calcasieu including Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron and Jefferson Davis.

Healthy Louisiana
Healthy Louisiana is Louisiana’s name for its new expanded Medicaid program, which provides health insurance coverage to more than 350,000 working Louisianans who could otherwise not afford health care. Many students qualify for Medicaid. Follow the link above to find out more about applying and services offered to those who qualify.