Student Life

Health Services - Information for Incoming Students

Health Requirements for Incoming Students

All medical history, immunization, and student-athlete information needs to be completed by July 30th in order to access your dorm room and participate in fall athletics. 

I. Medical History:

(Required for all Undergraduate and Graduate students)

All undergraduate and graduate first-year and transfer students are required to submit a medical history. Medical information is strictly confidential and is used to provide the appropriate care for the student when needed. You can complete your medical history form by accessing your Med+Proctor account.

Health history form (Med+Proctor patient portal)

II. Immunizations:

(Required for all Undergraduate and Graduate students)

Manchester University requires all entering students to present evidence of immunity to certain diseases before they may arrive on campus. Students whose religious beliefs conflict must fill out the religious exemption form located on your Med+Proctor .

Required immunizations are:

  • MMR-Measles, Mumps, Rubella (series of two)
  • Meningococcal or Menactra or MCV4- (series of two)
  • Meningococcal B (series of two)
  • TDap/tetanus/diphtheria (within the past 10 years)

For International, Advanced Nursing, Graduate and Doctoral students ONLY: 

  • Tuberculosis screening test or QuantiFERON Gold Blood test (must be less than 12 months old)

Recommended but not required immunizations are:

  • Covid-19 Vaccination
  • Flu Vaccination (REQUIRED FOR PharmD & ABSN Students)

III. Emergency Medical Contact Information:

(Required for all Undergraduate and graduate students)

All incoming students are required to complete the Emergency Medical Contact Information using their MU login information. The form can be completed on our ChetNet site at the following link:

AlertRed24  Emergency Medical Card
Students need to complete this form within their first week on campus each year.


IV. Physical Examination

(A physical exam is required for students participating in intercollegiate sports only)

Students planning to participate in intercollegiate sports must have a physical within the past 6-months from the start of the academic school year for those students enrolling in the fall. For those students enrolling in the spring, sport physicals must be within 6-months from the start of the spring semester. If you do not plan on participating in intercollegiate athletics there is no need to get a physical examination.

Download Physical Form

Please upload your finished Physical Form to SportsWare in the Forms section


V. Sickle Cell Trait Status

The NCAA is mandating that its member institutions verify sickle cell trait status of every student-athlete beginning August 1, 2022. Although there are no requirements limiting participation in sports by student-athletes who have the sickle cell trait, the NCAA requires Athletic Departments to identify each athlete’s status to better educate and identify high-risk student-athletes. All student-athletes at Manchester University are required to provide documentation demonstrating the presence or absence of sickle cell trait. Please have your healthcare provider complete this form by doing a sickle cell solubility test or by documenting results from a previous test. 

Sickle Cell Trait Status Form

VI. Athletic Forms:

(Required for student athletes participating in intercollegiate sports)

All incoming student-athletes who will be participating in intercollegiate sports must complete their medical information and NCAA requirements by visiting SPORTSWARE. Use these step-by-step instructions to access and upload information.


VII. Athletic Insurance:

It is required to have health insurance in order to be eligible to participate in athletics. You can complete proof of this requirement by uploading a copy of your insurance card to Sportsware. The university only provides health insurance to our undergraduate international students.

VIII. PSM Consent to Treat

Parkview Sports Medicine partners with Manchester University to provide medical coverage for its student-athletes. For student-athletes on an eligible roster to be treated by the sports medicine staff, they must sign the PSM Consent to Treat Form.

Office Hours

Office Hours

M-F: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Calvin Ulrey

Phone: 260-982-5306
Fax: 260-901-8046


AlertRed24 Emergency Medical Card
Students need to complete this form within their first week on campus each year.