Nursing students must maintain current immunizations and screenings for specific diseases to comply with our clinical partners’ requirements. Documentation must be provided to verify required immunizations or, in some cases, positive lab reports showing you have sufficient titers in your blood to protect you against specific diseases. Additional documentation must be provided throughout your program.
Full compliance with this process is required to register for courses during your first term and all subsequent terms.
Important note: Review the list below closely, including the timeframes in which immunization series must be started and completed. Starting the process too soon or too late could result in course registration delays.
Uploading your documentation
You must upload your immunization documentation twice – once in myUTH to meet university requirements, and separately for Cizik School of Nursing in EXXAT or E*Value. The school uses this documentation to communicate compliance with clinical facilities.
- myUTH: You will have access to the myUTH Immunization Portal 48 hours after accepting your offer of admission. This data is maintained by UTHealth Student Health Services.
- EXXAT or E*Value: Watch for an email approximately two weeks after accepting your offer of admission with a link to access the relevant portal.
- Graduate and post-graduate programs: New students will receive an email to your UTHealth Houston email address approximately two weeks after accepting your offer of admission (and after your IDM hold has been released) with instructions on how to access EXXAT.
- Undergraduate Programs: New students will receive an email to your personal email address approximately two weeks after accepting your offer of admission with instructions on how to access E*Value.
The documentation collected via EXXAT and E*Value are maintained by the Cizik School of Nursing Compliance team.
NAD stands for “Nursing Admissions Hold.” If you see this code, check E*Value or EXXAT. Review your compliance immunization and certifications have been uploaded. If you have any questions or concerns, please call 713-500-4325.
And RIM code means your documentation is missing or incomplete in myUTH. If you believe you have uploaded the correct documents and still encounter a RIM hold, contact Student Health Services.