A UHC International Travel Consultation can answer many of your health-related questions.

An International Travel Consultation is available to any student traveling out of the U.S. -- Study Abroad, ASB trips, or just traveling on your own. Appointments can also be set up for faculty and staff who are traveling on JMU sponsored trips. There is a $20 fee for the International Travel Consultation. This does not include any additional charges for immunizations or travel-related medications.

What you can expect:

  • Medical consultation specific to your travel itinerary
  • Information on limiting disease risks
  • Recommended or required vaccinations
  • Prescriptions for travel-related medications

When planning for your trip:

  • Schedule consultation at least 4 weeks prior to your departure
  • Review the pertinent travel videos and brochures
  • Students log in to MyJMUHealth and
    • Complete the online Travel Health Questionnaire
    • Schedule an International Travel Clinic appointment through the Nurse Clinic 
  • International travel clinic consultations do not include the completion of forms or physicals required for international travel. This requires a specific visit for a physical exam which can be scheduled by calling the UHC.
  • Faculty and staff call (540) 568-6178, option 2 to schedule an appointment.
What you need to know before your visit
Travel Consultation appointment dates
Schedule early -- dates will fill up!

Morning Appointments

November 8 
November 29
January 24
January 31
Feburary 7
February 14
February 21
April 11
April 18
April 25

Afternoon Appointments

November 12
December 3
January 28
February 4
February 11
February 18
February 25
April 8
April 15
April 22

Travel-related vaccines available at the UHC
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella
  • Polio
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis
  • Typhoid (oral)
  • Yellow Fever - unavailable at this time 

The University Health Center is not expected to have the Yellow Fever Vaccine available until the end of 2018 due to manufacturing delays. The company Sanofi Pasteur has received permission from the FDA to provide the European Yellow Fever Vaccine called Stamaril to a limited number of clinics but the University Health Center is NOT one of the clinics chosen to provide Stamaril. Travelers and health care providers will be able to find locations that can administer Stamaril by visiting the yellow fever vaccination clinic search page

Cost for vaccines and other services

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