To the OP since you started this thread with the intention of finding out if anyone has ever heard of a nursing student successfully avoiding mandatory vaccinations I will answer no to that. I have worked in a variety of healthcare settings, have had many interactions with many students from many schools over many years. And the answer is very simple and straightforward: the reason the word mandatory is used for those vaccinations is because they are not, in fact, optional. They are not to be waived. You could get titers drawn to check for immunity that exists already. Obviously no one is going to insist on giving you a vaccination against a disease for which you are already immune. But if your titers show that you have no immunity and the vaccinations are required, you should be prepared to get them, period.
This is a discussion that goes on and on and on and on, every year around flu season, ad nauseum. I am not going to debate with you the merits of vaccination, I always thought it was pretty clear from the huge mountain of scientific data on the topic. You have every right to refute that for yourself, you do not have the right to expect others to waive these requirements because of "sincerely held" beliefs or for any other reason. You may find a school somewhere that lets something go. You may find a clinical site that does that. But to expect the ability to complete your nursing education in its entirety without receiving mandatory vaccinations at some point is honestly just naive and overly idealistic. I do wish you good look in whatever other avenue you pursue outside of healthcare. Someone here mentioned your interest in Midwifery, have you considered becoming a doula? Someone who is not a medical professional, not a nursing professional, but just a lay person who is helpful at births? Not going to get into all aspects of that, LOL, I just know that doulas exist, no nursing license required. Just a thought anyway. Good luck.