UCLA has very specific requirements for immunizations in order to volunteer. You will need to meet all requirements in order to participate in the program.
If you have previously tested positive for TB, please provide (both):
What if my medical record says that I have had chickenpox?
We do not accept proof of having chickenpox to complete this requirement. Please obtain varicella titers.
I don't want to get any vaccines, what can I do?
To complete the TB, MMR, and Varicella requirements you can get blood tests (aka blood titer). However, if you are not immune to any of these, you will need to follow up with vaccinations.
I tested positive to TB, what now?
You need to get a chest x-ray that shows no active TB in order to be cleared to volunteer.
I got a negative MMR titer, what should I do?
You will need to get two MMR vaccinations. Get one immediately after your blood results and one 28 days after the first vaccination.
I got a negative Varicella titer, what should I do?
You will need to get two Varicella vaccinations. Get one immediately after your blood results and one 28 days later and show us proof or you will be dropped from program.
I tested negative to Measles only, but positive to Mumps and Rubella, what do I need to do?
You need to get one vaccination of MMR to meet the health requirement.
What does a medical record look like?
Medical records can be in many forms and don't look alike. Examples of acceptable records are notes from student health center, notes from physician, or immunization card.