There have been major developments in recent months, with a reported outbreak of up to eight cases at Princeton (maybe more) and the approval by the CDC and the university of a new vaccine for type B meningitis just for Princeton students, as the vaccine, used in Europe, does not yet have FDA approval.
The Washington Post this morning reported on an outbreak at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where there are more students and a smaller percentage of cases so the CDC has not yet authorized the vaccine. But one lacrosse player lost both feet to the infection and says that his arms and legs were rotting off, in a first person account that sounds gruesome. The link is here.
I would say, the FDA should get off its butt and approve this type B vaccine right now, It is needed on all campuses now.