The best data available suggests just 55 percent of all college campuses require students to verify vaccinations or get their shots.
For years, school officials saw the costs that come with ensuring students are up-to-date with their vaccinations as too high.
But now, with more communicable disease outbreaks on the rise, it may be time for a new cost-benefit analysis.
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