Oregon State University continues its efforts to help students meet the requirements for Meningococcal B vaccinations and will hold three days of vaccination clinics this week at its Corvallis campus. The clinics are in response to a new university requirement that all OSU Corvallis students 25 and under must be vaccinated against Meningococcal B by Feb. 15. This requirement went into effect because six OSU students have been diagnosed with the disease since November 2016. To date, 48 percent of OSU students 25 and under have completed the vaccination requirement. “This is a tremendous response by our students, but we are not done,” said Steve Clark, vice president for University Relations and Marketing. “We want to do all that we can to enable students to meet this important public health requirement. We remain ready to assist all of them in any way we can.” The clinics, which are being offered in partnership with Fred Meyer Pharmacy, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Tuesday, Feb. 13 to Thursday, Feb. 15.