The University of Colorado School of Medicine utilizes MyRecordTracker for the maintenance of student immunization records. Students receive an email that directs them to upload their immunizations, the service reviews and approves immunizations for completeness. The school is sent a report of student compliance.

Newly accepted student should have all documents of immunizations required readily available, to be uploaded once they receive the MyRecordTracker activation links.

COVID-19 (2 shot series or 1 shot Johnson and Johnson)

Please provide proof of a 2 shot COVID vaccine series (Pfizer or Moderna) or the Johnson & Johnson 1 shot COVID vaccine.

*Please note: If you are getting the 2 shot series then both vaccinations are needed for approval. If both vaccinations are not provided the requirement will be rejected. If you have been granted a waiver form due to a medical exemption then please upload a completed form to complete this requirement.


Documentation of 2 shots or serologies is required.  Measles, mumps and rubella require individual titers.  List either the two dates of the MMRs received or the individual titer dates and results.  The first MMR must have been received on or after your first birthday and there must be at least 28 days between the first and second MMR.  If received prior to your first birthday or there is less than 28 days between the two MMRs received,  you are required to have another MMR or show proof of positive titers.  


All students need to have received the Hep B 3 shot series and must have an antibody titer within the past yearIf you are in the process of receiving your Hep B immunizations for the first time, you are required to have the three-shot series and also provide the date and result of a positive HBSAB titer 1 month after the third dose. If the 3-dose series is needed, then the doses should be in a 0, 1, 6 month interval and then a titer done 1 month after the last dose.  If immunity is not present, then another 3-dose series must be done followed by another titer.  If after 6 doses no immunity is present, then the student is considered a “non-responder” and no further testing or immunization is required. However, a doctor's note indicating this is required.


List the dates of the four-shot childhood series. Adults, who had 1 or 2 IPV doses and no documentation of childhood series, will need to complete a total of 3 doses.  Therefore, if they had 2, they would need an additional 1 adult catch-up dose.  International Students are required to get the 3 dose series. 


Please list the date (year) you had varicella (chicken pox), or the titer date and result or dates vaccine received.  A negative titer requires two vaccines placed one month apart.    


Primary vaccination, a tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) is required for all healthcare workers renewable every 10 years.

FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: three documented doses of TD are required.  Primary vaccination of previously unvaccinated adults consists of three doses of adult tetanus-diphtheria toxoid (Td): 4-6 weeks should separate the first and second dose; the third dose should be administered 6-12 months after the second.  Tdap is also required as the final dose or within 5 years of entry. 


All students are required to have a PPD Annually. All skin tests need to be read within 48 -72 hours or another test must be done.  Please list the dates and results for all PPD’s received.  Instead of a PPD, it is acceptable to annually provide negative QuantiFERON gold blood test results for students who had a Bacilli Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine as a child.

If the PPD is positive (10mm and above) a chest x-ray is required, including the x-ray date along with a copy of the physician’s report  to x-ray. Reports older  than one year will be accepted as long as you have completed the full INH treatment and have been symptom free for one year. If you did not complete the full treatment, you are required to provide negative QuantiFERON gold blood test results annually.


 Students are required to provide proof of immunization annually, on MyRecordTracker no later than November 1st.

Office of Admissions Contact Information 

  • Jeffrey SooHoo, MD, MBA
    Assistant Dean of Admissions 
  • Haylee Shacklock, MHA
    Director of Medical Education and Student Affairs 
  • Karina Goodwin, MA
    Admissions Manager
  • Lamar Cherry
    ​Senior Admissions Specialist 
  • Isabella Jaramillo
    ​Admissions Professional​

Building 500, First Floor
Mailing Address: 13001 E. 17th Place, Mailstop C292
Aurora, CO 80045
Phone: 303-724-6407
Fax: 303-724-8028


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