Health Forms & Immunizations
By completing all applicable health forms and submitting your up-to-date immunization records, you will be helping us provide the best care for you and our campus.
Illinois State law (77 Ill. Adm. Code 694) requires all post-secondary education institutions with on-campus housing to complete the enclosed 2022-2023 Summary Report of the Immunization Status of Students at Higher Education Institutions. Please see links below to complete this requirement. Copies of immunizations should be sent to Heather Fisher or can be faxed to 309-457-2363.
The Illinois Comprehensive Automated Immunization Registry Exchange (ICARE) was developed by the Illinois Department of Public Health to link IDPH’s immunization registry to medical practices throughout the state. Illinois students can access these records through Vax Verify or by completing the ICARE form. Copies of this form should be sent to Heather Fisher for student compliancy.
Students who do not have access to their immunization records, we encourage them to communicate with their previous high school (if applicable) to retrieve a copy for us. For any further assistance, please contact Heather Fisher.
If there have been any updates since the above forms were last submitted, please turn those in to Heather Fisher in the ACE, fax 309-457-2363 or email.
All student athletes at Monmouth College are required to have an annual physical exam completed by a qualified physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner. Students will not be allowed to practice until the Monmouth College Medical Examination Form, as well as the Participation Form, have been completed and turned in to Heather Turnquist or mailed to Monmouth College Athletics, 700 E Broadway, Monmouth, IL 61462.
Other Required Athletic Forms (submitted to Heather Turnquist)
- All student-athletes must submit Proof of Medical Insurance.
- Only first-time freshman and transfers entering Fall 2022 and beyond must provide Sickle Cell test results or have a Sickle Cell trait form completed by a physician.
- If you have a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and your treatment includes taking a banned stimulant medication, you are also required to complete the NCAA Medical Exception Form.