In order to register for classes, all students must be in compliance with New York State law regarding immunizations.
New Student Health Form
Measles, mumps, and rubella. Immunization records must be provided to the Health Center. The Health Center can provide assistance for obtaining records and/or provide measles, mumps, and rubella immunizations at no charge.
All new students must also submit documentation of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination as well as a booster dose if they are eligible. To upload your documentation please follow these COVID-19 Vaccine Card/Excelsior Pass Upload Instructions.
If you would like to get vaccinated please come in or call Weigel Health Center at 716-878-6711 to make an appointment.
Visit this link for more vaccine information.
To release your immunization records from a previous school or your primary care provider, you can fill out a Record Release Form.
Meningitis Information Response Form
[Click here to submit your meningitis immunization information]
You are not required to receive the meningocococcal vaccine, but you are required to fill out the form above.
Who should get the meningitis vaccine? Click here.
Students not participating in a sport, do NOT need to submit a Physical or Medical Health Records to WHC.
Health Insurance Options:
If you do not have insurance of your own, and you need assistance with obtaining insurance please, try one one of the options below.
Marketplace Facilitated Enroller - Fidelis Care
Mary Feeney, 47 Court St, Buffalo NY 14202
Office 716-846-7900 Cell 716-449-3430
Fidelis Care – The Official Health Plan Market Place
Univera Healthcare - Facilitated Enroller
Linya Lewis, 205 Park Club Lane Williamsville, NY 14221
Office- 716-843-7810 Cell 716-388-2819
International students please visit this link for information about Buffalo State's international student insurance policy.
If you need any further assistance please call the Weigel Health Center at 716-878-6711 and we will assist you as best as we can.
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