IMPORTANT: All students who are enrolled in any courses that require in-person class meetings or other in-person requirements such as testing, faculty meetings, tutoring, computer lab access, or any other on-campus activities must be in compliance with the meningitis immunization requirement prior to the first class meeting.
Texas law requires all incoming Texas college students to get a vaccination or booster against bacterial meningitis, or provide an approved medical or conscientious exemption that meets the state’s required documentation requirements. View compliance deadlines.
The law applies to you if you are:
- Under 22 years old, AND
- Enrolling for the first time as a credit student, OR
- Returning after a break in enrollment of one semester or more, OR
- Transferring to ACC from another college or university, OR
- A Continuing Education student who is enrolled in integrated credit classes. (Check with CE for instructions.)
You are automatically exempt if you are:
- 22 years or older by the first day of the semester, OR
- A dual-credit or Early College High School student, OR
- Taking Continuing Education classes that are NOT integrated with credit classes and have fewer than 360 contact hours.
Meningitis Vaccine Providers
The following list is provided as a convenience to students seeking a meningitis vaccination. It is not intended to endorse any of the providers.
Vaccine cost and availability varies. Call ahead for pricing and appointments.
- CVS MinuteClinics
- MedSpring Urgent Care
- Pro Med Medical Care Centers
- Randall’s Pharmacy
- Walgreens Take Care Clinics
Uninsured students may contact the health department about low-cost vaccines.
- Austin-Travis County Health and Human Services
- Williamson County and Cities Health District
- Counties without health departments