Please be advised!
Students who do not complete all health requirements prior to move in day, should expect to be unable to move in to their dorm room or attend classes until the requirements have been completed.
If a commuter Student does not complete their health requirements, they will be unable to attend classes until the requirements have been completed.
Students who are new to Paul Smith’s College, or who have missed a semester, are required to complete these requirements via the Health Services Portal.
For inquiries regarding issues completing requirements due to COVID-19 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find the required forms by going to the PSC Health Portal.
Log in using your PSC user id & password, provided to you by admissions via an email.
Please take the time to complete each form thoroughly.
Required forms & information
- Insurance information – FRONT and BACK copy
- If you have additional cards, i.e. prescription cards/dental/vision, please make copies of those as well.
- Read and agree to Consent to Treat and Permission to Share Information form
- Health History form
- Clinical evaluation (entry physical) no older than 1 year prior to entry date (Print form)
- Immunization History form covering all required immunizations
- Read Meningitis Fact Sheet and complete the Meningitis Response form
Completion of these forms will enable Health Services to create a comprehensive baseline to meet your individual needs.
Per NYS Public Health Law Section 2165, Students attending a NYS Secondary College or University have the right to medical and religious exemptions to immunizations.
To report a medical or religious immunization exemption to Paul Smith’s College please submit one of the following;
- Medical exemption: A letter must be written by a physician, physician assistant, or nurse
practitioner and state that a valid contraindication to vaccination exists. The exemption must
specify which immunizations are contraindicated and why.
- Religious exemption: There must be a written and signed statement from the student (parent or guardian
of students less than 18 years of age) that they object to immunization due to their