Utah Immunization Rule for Students R396-100
All children who attend school are required by the Utah Immunization Rule for Students to provide proof of immunization, an exemption, or proof of immunity against a disease for which vaccination is required. Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school. Conditional enrollment and exclusion criteria apply as outlined in the Utah Immuniztion Guidebook. Students must be on track for completing missing immunizations.
- DTP: 3-4 vaccines (depending on age)
- Polio: 3-4 vaccines (depending on age)
- MMR: 1 vaccine (must be given after the 1st birthday)
- HIB: 3-4 vaccines (depending on age)
- Hepatitis B: 3 vaccines
- Hepatitis A: 2 vaccines
- Varicella: 1 vaccine
- Pneumococcal: 3-4 vaccines (depending on age)
Kindergarten and Grades 1-6:
- 5 DTP (4 doses if 4th dose was given on/after the 4th birthday)
- 4 Polio (3 doses if 3rd dose was given on/after the 4th birthday)
- 2 MMR (first does must be given on/after the 1st birthday)
- 2 Hepatitis A
- 3 Hepatitis B
- 2 Varicella (history of chickenpox is acceptable, but only if parent provides the school with a document signed by a healthcare provider as proof of immunity)
- All the vaccines listed under grades K-6 above, plus:
- 1 Tdap
- 1 Meningococcal
- All the vaccines listed under grades K-9 above.
Summit County Health Department Immunization Clinic:
The Summit County Health Department offers a walk-in Immunization Clinic every Wednesday from 9-11am and 1-4pm. There is no need to make an appointment during these times. The clinic is located at 650 Round Valley Drive (near the Hwy 40 Park City exit) Financial assistance may be available. Se habla Español. 435-333-1500
A student may be exempt from immunizations for medical, religious, or personal reasons.
For personal and religious reasons, an online Immunization Education Module (opt out form) needs to be completed by the legal guardian. The exemption certificate then needs to be turned in to the school.
Please refer to the Utah State Immunization Exemption Information page for details on when exemptions need to be renewed.
For medical reasons, a written notice signed by a licensed health care provider is needed stating that, due to the physical condition of the student, administration of the vaccine would endanger the student’s life or health.
For questions about school immunizations, please contact the School Nurse.