I felt my comment above was too flippant. I edited it as follows, but had to post it below separately. I am sorry about the flippancy. I hope the below helps.
Your statements regarding vaccines reflect misinformation, which is most disturbing, especially in someone wishing to go into nursing. Why don't you read some evidence-based research on vaccines? Look at peer-reviewed journals. Do note that a study that caused a lot of trouble was by Wakefield and published in the Lancet. It was subsequently retracted and determined to be fraudulent. --That happened decades ago, but unfortunately misinformation is entrenched in our society.
I had titers done and then had vaccines for the remaining items. Per my experience, you will not be able to attend clinicals. I also find it disturbing that you lack a strong foundation in science as well as ways to research it. --We strive for evidence-based practice in nursing. Your statements reflect lack of knowledge and lack of evidence. Additionally, vaccines are needed, as others mention, to protect others around you, in addition to yourself. Many patients are immunocompromised.
Please do additional reading and educate yourself.