Student Health Services
All students are required to have a medical record that includes immunization for measles, mumps and rubella on file in the Health Center. All students are covered by mandatory medical insurance which protects students while at home, at school, or traveling for 24 hours per day for 12 months.
Coverage is effective from August to August without regard to whether the student is enrolled in summer school.
Benefits cover accidental death and dismemberment, medical expense for an accident, sickness involving hospital confinement, surgical charges, doctor visits in a hospital and outpatient prescription charges. Information concerning specific exclusions and limitations is available upon request. Maximum benefits are $2,000.
The health program is coordinated by the Director of Health Services who can provide information about the program. The College Physician is on duty from 12:00 Noon to 1:30PM on Monday and Friday and from 10:00AM to 12:00 Noon on Wednesday.
Illnesses occurring after the Health Center has closed should be reported immediately to the Residence Hall Director or the Assistant Residence Hall Director on duty. At their discretion, the Director of Health Services may be called.
Parents will be notified immediately if a student receives a serious injury, is admitted to the hospital or is confined to the residence hall for more than two days because of illness.
Health Services Resources
Pandemic Plan MEMO
Important Health Information About H1N1