University Immunization Rate in Indiana
2001 Assessment Results
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The total of 28,829 students were subject to immunization requirements at the six universities, as required by law and university policy, for the 2000-2001 school year.
When all university students are combined, the compliance rates for proof of immunity to the five diseases ranged from 97.4% (diphtheria and tetanus) to 98.5% (mumps and rubella).
When all university students are combined, the percent of students completely immunized with individual vaccines ranged from 96.3% (measles) to 97.1% (rubella).
Four universities achieved a 97% or greater compliance rate for protection against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and diphtheria. The remaining two universities achieved greater than 93% compliance levels for all of the required vaccines.
All six universities achieved 90% or greater immunization coverage levels for all five required vaccines. Three universities achieved 96% or greater immunization coverage for all five required vaccines.
A total of 448 (1.6%) students received notice of their exclusion from second semester enrollment from their university due to their failure to comply with state immunization requirements.