You might be using a Web browser that does not support standards for accessibility and user interaction. You should upgrade your browser for a better experience of this and other standards-based sites.

Bradley University   ::Skip repetative contentFind Your Major Here :: Attending Bradley :: Apply Online :: Student Life :: Our Community

The Campaign for a Bradley Renaissance

Guidelines and Precautions for Seasonal and Swine Flu

Prevention

Additional Swine Flu Resources

Vaccination

When available on campus, H1N1 vaccine will be dispensed in this order per recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

  1. Pregnant students and student that have children less than 6 months of age.
  2. Students with chronic medical conditions affecting their immune system or respiratory function.
  3. Students ages 18 and under.
  4. Students ages 19-24.

Because people younger than 25 are at a greater risk from H1N1, faculty and staff will not be given vaccines from Health Services unless some is left after targeting these populations. Faculty and staff and those over 65 years old are not in the most vulnerable population from H1N1.

Isolation

Students who have a positive flu test will be isolated as follows:

Flexible absence policy

For additional information about this strain of flu, please see the CDC website: www.cdc.gov/swineflu/swineflu_you.htm. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact the Office of Student Affairs, 309-677-3140 or Student Health Services, 677-2700.