The State of Hawaiʻi mandates that certain health requirements be met for entrance to post-secondary educational institutions. (Hawaiʻi Administrative Rules, DOH Title 11, Chapter 157)

Health Clearance Requirements

Submit Health Clearance Form

Information on obtaining the Health Clearance Form is given to students along with their acceptance packet. If you did not receive it, you may download the Health Clearance Form here (PDF) *. Complete the forms to the best of your ability. Pages 2 and 3 can be completed by your physician or, if you have your own personal immunization records, you can submit a copy of the records.

You may not attend classes until you have received health clearance.

For more information regarding health clearance requirements, please click here.

The following vaccines are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for college students, especially students who intend to live in the campus residence halls, as there is an increased risk of these highly contagious diseases in this campus population.

  • The serogroup B Meningococcal (MenB)
  • Polio
  • Human Papillomavirus
  • Hepatitis A and B

All vaccines are available at the University Health Services Mānoa.

Persons claiming religious exemption to immunization requirements must sign a Religious Exemption Waiver Form (PDF) *. There are NO religious exemptions to Tuberculosis clearance requirements. Persons claiming a medical exemption to immunization requirements must have their physician sign the Medical Exemption Form.

The University Health Services offers the TB test as well as the MMR and Varicella immunizations. The TB test is offered during normal clinic hours, except on Thursdays. The MMR and Varicella immunizations are offered during normal clinic hours, Tuesdays-Fridays. For women of child-bearing age, the MMR and Varicella vaccines are only given while on menses, on some form of birth control, or with a negative pregnancy test on the day of administration. No appointment is necessary.

Health clearance forms can be faxed to: (808) 956-3583, mailed, or sent via a secure email using FileDrop (see procedure below):

University of Hawaiʻi - Mānoa
University Health Services,
1710 East West Road,
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822


FileDropping (Securely emailing) Your Medical Records:
In order to send us your health records, you will need to have web access and have your health information stored on the device that you're using (computer, phone, tablet, etc).

  1. From any web browser, go to
  2. Click on the green box on the right side of the screen asking you to login.
  3. Click the Login Here link, and login using your UH username and password.
  4. After you've logged in, you will be redirected to a page that allows you to input a recipient.
  5. In the recipient field, type: UHSM. You will need to retype this in the Confirm Recipient field.
  6. Check the box for Require Authentication.
  7. It is optional, but you may include what it is that you're sending in the Comment field, such as "Insurance Card" or "Health Clearance".
  8. After you've filled out both Recipient fields, click Proceed.
  9. Click the Choose File button to browse for your medical records. (You may input a description in regards to each file, but it is not necessary)
  10. Click the Start Upload button.
  11. You will be redirected to a confirmation page with the link to your uploaded file. You're finished!