Meningitis Information

 

A new state law went into effect October 1, 2013, that requires ALL new students under the age of 22 to show proof of meningococcal vaccination within the last 5 years.

 

Meningitis is a very serious infection of the fluid around the brain and spinal cord that can be fatal in as little as 48 hours and may leave survivors with permanent disabilities.  Therefore, prevention of this disease is imperative, and it requires early diagnosis and treatment.

 

Although no vaccine offers 100% protection, the meningococcal vaccine offers the most complete protection against bacterial meningitis.

 

All students under the age of 22 must submit one of three of the compliance documents outlined below in order to register for classes. 

 

In order to register for classes, all students under the age of 22 must properly complete and submit one of the following compliance documents:

 

For more general information about Meningitis, please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

 

If you have further questions, please contact studentservices@concordia.edu.

 

 

Julianne Fischer
Julianne Fischer
Senior, Behavioral Science

The small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.

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Julianne Fischer

Julianne Fischer


Senior, Behavioral Science

My hometown is Colorado Springs, CO.
As if my academics don’t keep me busy enough, I thought I would fill my spare time with some extracurricular activities at CTX, including Intramural Sports, Psychology Book Club, President’s Freshman cabinet (2005-06), and Student Center and Commuter Activities Coordinator (best job ever)!
The highlight of my time at CTX was definitely my first two years of living in the dorm. They were amazing! I was blessed with wonderful roommates, made lots of friends, and actually enjoyed every aspect of “dorm life!”
I think CTX is unique because the small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.
The professor that impacted me the most was Dr. Scarnier (psychology) because she has taught the most interesting psychology courses and really helped me plan for graduate school.

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