TB and Immunization Fairs

Fall 2023 Incoming and re-admitted students: 

Come to UHS to get yourself current before the start of the new school year 

Nurse giving a student a vaccination

TB & Immunization Fair Fall 2023 Schedule:

9-11:30 am and  1-4 pm (no appointment needed, incoming students only) ** Note timing may be adjusted depending on capacity and wait times.

  • Tuesday, August 15
  • Wednesday, August 16
  • Tuesday, August 22
  • Wednesday, August 23
  • Thursday, August 24 


  • University Health Services Tang Center, 2222 Bancroft Way, Berkeley

Important dates:

  • The formal due date for completing TB/Immunization Requirements is July 31, 2023 
  • Late fees will be charged for students who are not compliant by September 1, 2023 (excluding COVID-19)
  • Enrollment holds will be placed for students who are not compliant with the COVID, TB Clearance, and Immunization requirements by October 1, 2023

Before the Fair:

Make sure to complete these items on eTang before the fairs:

1. Upload your immunization records to the eTang ‘Medical Clearances’ page

2. Enter the dates of the required immunizations on the Medical Clearances page

3. Complete the following forms on eTang:

  • TB Screening Questions (on the Medical Clearances page)
  • Notice of Privacy Practices (on the Medical Clearances page)
  • Statement of Financial Responsibility (on the Medical Clearances page)
  • If you will be under 18 years of age by the dates of the fairs, submit the Minor Consent Form (go to ‘Messages’, select ‘New Message’, and choose the option to submit the Minor Consent/Compliance Form to the Health Records department, and follow the prompts).  

4. Read the Vaccine Information Statements for vaccines you will need

What to do on the day of the Fair

  • Patients will be seen on a first-come-first-served basis. You may need to wait to be seen. 
  • Eat a hearty breakfast or snack and drink water in preparation for blood tests or immunizations.
  • Be prepared to stay for 15-30 minutes in the waiting area after your vaccine.
  • It is best to wear a short-sleeved shirt or dress in layers so that it is easier to collect blood tests or administer vaccines.
  • Bring your Cal1Card OR a photo ID and your Student ID number.