Welcome to your Student Health Center. The Student Health Center at Seattle University is directed toward enhancing levels of wellness and empowering students to be self-directed in their own care.
We offer on-campus healthcare for minimal cost for many of your healthcare needs. Please contact us with any questions, comments or suggestions.
Patients are seen by appointment only, with the exception of immunizations and blood titers, which are done on a walk-in basis. Please call us at (206) 296-6300 or stop by our office in Bellarmine Hall #107 to schedule.
We look forward to serving your health care needs.
For upcoming appointments, please log into the Patient Portal to complete any necessary paperwork prior to your visit.
Welcome all incoming 2015-2016 students! We would like to take a moment to inform you of our Immunization Requirements. In order to attend Undergraduate classes here at Seattle University, we require you to submit proof of the MMR and Hepatitis B series, as well as a current Tetanus shot (given in the past 10 years). You may submit records to our office by email, fax, mail or if you are in the area, you may drop them off. You may also submit your immunizations using the Online Student Health Immunization Form. For our contact information, please see our 'About Us' tab on the left side of this page.
Also, the University requires Full-Time Undergraduate students (ONLY) to have health insurance. If you already have private insurance and would like to waive-out of the Student Health Insurance for the 2015-2016 year or if you would like to enroll in the insurance, please follow this link Student Health Insurance Waiver. If you have any questions regarding the waiver/insurance acceptance process or information regarding the policy, please contact Wells Fargo at 1 (800) 853-5899.
If you have enrolled in the Student Health Insurance click here to access your ID card as permanent cards will NOT be mailed out this year. We are also no longer able to access your ID card in our office.
the recent outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and
Liberia, many questions have come up regarding the risk of infection for
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a Level 3 Travel Warning advising
against nonessential travel to any of the above countries. In addition, the CDC
is continuing its screening and education efforts on the ground to prevent sick
passengers from traveling from the affected countries.
can appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure with 8-10 days being the
most common. Anyone who suspects they were exposed should monitor their health
for 21 days post exposure and continue to monitor for the following symptoms. If
you recently traveled from the affected areas and find that you’ve developed
any of the above symptoms, contact your health care provider immediately—even
if it’s just a fever. SU
faculty and staff should contact their private health care provider while
students can either contact the health center at 206-296-6300 or their private health care
provider. Tell your provider about your recent travel and potential exposure
before you go to your provider’s office or emergency room to prevent potential
transmission to others.
The following resources are also available to you as students at Seattle University. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with these offices and the services they provide. We are all here to ensure your health and well-being.