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RE: Mandatory Pre-registration Requirements

Welcome to UTMB Student Health and Student Counseling. We look forward to working with you to achieve optimal health. In order to accomplish this goal, we need your assistance in completing your preregistration forms.

The orientation presentation below will provide information about our services. You will also find Immunization and Titer Requirements for enrollment as a student at Galveston College and an Immunization Record form. This form can  be completed and signed by your primary care provider or a nurse at the clinic where you receive your immunizations or attach copies of your immunizations to the completed form. The immunization requirements comply with the State of Texas, the Texas Department of Health, and the CDC. You must meet ALL identified requirements. Students must complete all immunizations prior to enrollment.

Immunizations are available at Student Health upon the 1st day of class and after. You may call Student Health for an appointment.

Please mail or e-mail your completed and signed Immunization Record form by the following dates:

  • Spring semester - December 1
  • Summer semester - April 1
  • Fall semester - August 1

Please remember that immunizations are mandatory for your enrollment at Galveston College. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Health and Counseling at (409) 747-9508. We look forward to working with you in the months ahead!

Click links below for the new student forms:

For counseling, please click here.


Lee Hage Jamail
Student Center - 3rd Flr.

301 University Blvd.

Galveston, Texas



(409) 747-9508
(409) 747-9330

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

*Major credit cards only.

After Hours Care

After hours, weekends, and holidays, you may call the Access Center at (409) 772-2222 or (800) 917-8906. Telephone triage is provided by the Hotline and physician backup consultation is available.

For Emergencies

Please go directly to the nearest emergency room. Students are responsible for all charges related to emergency care.