Regis College and Massachusetts law require that incoming students provide proof of immunizations and health information. This applies to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students under 30 years of age and all full and part-time nursing and health science students. This includes individuals from another country attending or visiting classes or educational programs as part of an academic visitation or exchange program. Health information must be submitted no later than August 16, 2021 for fall enrollment and January 3, 2022 for spring enrollment.

Regis has partnered with CastleBranch, a compliance management company, to provide students with a secure online account to manage time sensitive health document requirements. All students must use this platform to upload required documentation. CastleBranch (MyCB) quality assurance specialists will review and verify documentation submittals with a status of complete, incomplete or rejected. When documentation is missing, incomplete or in need of further updating, the student will receive email alerts from MyCB. Regis College Health Services does not accept any hard copies of health records and does not review any records for compliance.

To upload documentation, each new incoming student must first create a secure myCB account. Click on the “Place Order” field in the upper right corner of the CastleBranch home page. You will then need to put in your package code based on your program of study:

Student type MyCB Package Code
All incoming first-year students and undergraduate transfer students EO10
All full-time graduate students under 30 years of age and all full and part-time nursing and health science graduate students such as:
  1. Applied Behavioral Analysis
  2. Counseling Psychology
  3. Health Administration
  4. Occupational Therapy
  5. Speech Language Pathology
EP47

Accept the Terms and Conditions of Use and select Continue.

Undergraduate students: continue your order by placing your PIN (personal identification number - your Regis student ID#) into the designated area. Complete your account by entering your personal information and using your Regis email address which will then become your myCB username.

Graduate students: will be required to pay a one-time $35 fee to create their myCB account and submit their Regis email address. Graduate student orders do not require a PIN. (Fees for health science and nursing students may differ.)

CastleBranch accepts MasterCard, Visa, debit cards, electronic checks, money orders or installment payments.

Health Forms and Step-by-step instructions on completing the CastleBranch process:

Required Immunizations

Regis College and Massachusetts law require that incoming students provide proof of immunizations. This applies to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students under 30 years of age and all full and part-time nursing and health science students. This includes individuals from another country attending or visiting classes or educational programs as part of an academic visitation or exchange program.

Vaccine Requirements
MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) Two doses; the first dose must be given on or after the first birthday and the second dose must be given more than 28 days after the first; laboratory evidence of immunity is acceptable. Birth in the U.S. before 1957 is acceptable only for non-health science students.
Tdap (Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis) One dose; primary series or age-appropriate catch-up vaccination. Tdap given at ≥seven years may be counted, but a dose at age 11 to 12 is recommended if Tdap was given earlier as part of a catch-up schedule. Td or Tdap should be given if it has been ≥10 years since Tdap.
Hepatitis B Three doses Hepatitis B or Hepatitis A/B combined; or two doses of Heplisav-B; or documentation of a positive antibody titer (HbsAB)
Varicella (chickenpox) Two doses; the first dose must be given on or after the first birthday and second dose must be given more than 28 days after the first; a reliable history of chickenpox 1 or laboratory evidence of immunity are acceptable. Birth in the U.S. before 1980 is acceptable only for non-health science students.
Meningococcal vaccine One dose; One dose MenACWY (formerly MCV4) required for all full-time students 21 years of age or younger. The dose of MenACWY vaccine must have been received on or after the student’s sixteenth birthday. Doses received at younger ages do not count towards this requirement. Students may decline MenACWY vaccine after they have read and signed the MDPH Meningococcal Information and Waiver form. Meningococcal B vaccine is not required and does not meet this requirement.
COVID-19 Required for all students (regardless of age or FT/PT status). Before participating in any on-campus activity related to the 2021-2022 academic year, all students must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This requirement shall be met with COVID-19 vaccines having FDA (Food and Drug Administration) EUA (emergency use authorization) and/or approval OR with COVID-19 vaccines having WHO (World Health Organization EUL (emergency use listing).
  1. A reliable history of chickenpox includes a diagnosis of chickenpox, or interpretation of parent/guardian description of chickenpox, by a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant or designee.
  2. Medical exemptions (dated statement signed by a physician stating that a vaccine(s) are medically contraindicated for a student) and religious exemptions (dated statement signed by a student or parent/guardian, if the student is <18 years of age, stating that a vaccine(s) are against sincerely held religious beliefs) must be renewed annually, at the start of the school year.

Tuberculosis Screening

In addition to complying with the above immunization requirements, students must complete the Tuberculosis Risk Questionnaire (found in CastleBranch) Based on the answers of the questionnaire, some students may be required to have a tuberculin skin test (Mantoux/PPD) or blood test and have a medical professional complete the Medical Evaluation for Latent Tuberculosis Infection Form.

For More Information

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Regis College Center for Health and Wellness
Rear of Maria Hall

Clinic Hours

Our clinic hours during the academic year are:

  • Monday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last appointment 6:15 p.m.)
  • Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last appointment 4:15 p.m.)
    • Closed on Friday for summer sessions
  • Every other Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through TeleHealth visits, starting mid September.
  • More evening hours may be added at a later date

The clinic is closed on weekends and Regis observed holidays

How to Contact us to Access Services

For all medical and mental health emergencies after clinic hours, contact the Regis College Police Department at 781.768.7777