As a prerequisite for beginning classes, Johnson & Wales University and the North Carolina Department of Health require that all new, fulltime students (residents and commuters) submit documented proof of:
*Important Meningitis Note According to the source American
College Health Association, “Recent studies show that certain college
students, particularly freshmen living in dormitories, have a sixfold
increased risk for meningitis… Cases of meningitis among teens and young
adults 15-24 years of age — the age of most college students — have
more than doubled since 1991… A vaccine is available against four
strains of the bacteria that cause meningococcal meningitis in the
Failure to meet any of these requirements will result in a Health Services hold being placed on your account. A hold prohibits you from registering/reinstating at the university. In addition, since you would no longer be an active student attending the university on a full-time basis, you would not be eligible to reside on campus and would lose your housing assignment. All documents must be submitted to Health Services before a hold will be removed.
Visit Health & Counseling Services or call 980-598-1700 for more information.