All UNDERGRADUATE students must provide proof of immunizations and health history information prior to moving into campus housing. Failure to take this action will prevent the student from having access to their residence hall during move-in.
The Habif Health & Wellness Center is dedicated to maintaining a healthy campus. The center offers medical and mental health providers, nursing staff, laboratory services, and a pharmacy available on campus in order to provide complete care.
It is also important you transfer your medical records and prescriptions to the Habif Health & Wellness Center and make arrangements for treatment.
You may find it helpul to work with your parent or family member when filling out some of these forms if you are planning to stay on your family health insurance plan. Learn more
All incoming students must provide proof of immunization for the following:
- 2 vaccines each for measles, mumps and rubella after the age of one year old. A titer may be provided in lieu of the immunizations.
- Meningococcal vaccine (Menactra, Menveo, MCV4/MPSV4, Menomune) is -mandatory for all freshman students. This vaccine must be given after the 16th birthday to give students coverage throughout their 4 years here. If it has been given before the 16th birthday, another dose, after the age of 16 is required.
- 1 tuberculosis test (PPD skin test or blood test such as T-spot or Quantiferon gold) in the past 6 months for students at high risk of tuberculosis. These tests can be performed at HHWC, but ideally should be done 6 months or less before coming to school.
- High risk for tuberculosis includes: foreign born from a high-prevalence country; travel for more than 2 months to a high prevalence country; contact with active tuberculosis; HIV positive; suppressed immune system from illness or medication (e.g. organ transplant, prednisone treatment); medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer, or kidney failure; body weight 10% or more below ideal body weight; work in prison, nursing home, homeless shelter, or hospital; work in lab with mycobacteria; history of abnormal chest X-ray.
It is also suggested that students provide proof of immunization for:
- Tetanus diphtheria acellular pertussis (Tdap) immunization within the past 10 years
- Hepatitis A and/or B vaccine
- Varicella vaccine (2 doses)
- HPV vaccine for those age 9-26
- Routine childhood immunizations including ,polio
- Annual influenza vaccine in the fall
Immunizations including HPV, tetanus, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, meningitis, influenza, measles, mumps and rubella are offered at HHWC. Please book a nursing immunization visit on line through the patient portal.
Immunizations and PPDs are given only by appointment. Appointments are available as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:30am-11am and 1pm-2pm
Get convenient access to your medications by transferring your prescriptions to the Quadrangle Pharmacy.
Prescription Transfer Form (PDF)
Failure to complete these steps could result in the university requesting you leave campus until they are completed. All information is stored in your private health record and is used in the event you have a health need.
- Phone: 314-935-6666 (Questions & Appointments)
- Fax: 314-935-8515
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8 am – 6 pm
Wednesday 10 am – 6 pm
Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Saturdays 9 am – 1pm for walk-in care only
*Please note that our hours change during Summer break, Winter break, Spring break, holidays, etc.
Counseling & Psychiatry: 314-935-6666
Director/Admin. Assistant: 314-935-9626
Health Promotion Services: 314-935-7139