Health and Immunization Information

At Cobleskill, email is the official means of communication for the campus, so it is imperative that each student activate and use her/his Cobleskill network account and email service. In order to submit your health and immunization information, you will need to activate your email account. Click on the tab “How to set up a campus email account” and follow the directions. Once you have established your email account, you will then be able to proceed with the directions below. All future correspondence will be through your Cobleskill email.


Students who attend SUNY Cobleskill and are enrolled for 6 or more credits must submit complete health and immunization information.


Go to and follow the directions to register. Once you have registered, you will receive a link in your SUNY Cobleskill e-mail account that will prompt you to create and verify your new password. This will give you access to your Patient Portal account where your health and immunization information is submitted.



How to Submit Your Required Health and Immunization Information

To complete and submit your health and immunization information, please select the "Home" page and complete the items listed in your "To Do List".

All immunizations must be verified by Wellness Center staff through one of the following methods:

  • A copy of your immunization record can be uploaded to your patient portal account
  • A copy of your immunization record can be faxed to 518-255-5819
  • A copy of your immunization record can be mailed to:


SUNY Cobleskill Wellness Center
130 Albany Ave
Cobleskill, New York 12043



Your Health and Immunization Information will NOT be considered complete until a copy of your immunization record is received and verified by Wellness Center staff. Failure to do so is not acceptable and may delay your registration process.


New York State PHL Section 2167 requires college to distribute information about meningococcal disease and vaccination to the students, or parents or guardians of students under the age of 18.


Meningococcal Meningitis Information