Student Planner 2013-2014

Health Services


Address: 131 Millennium Student Center
Phone: (314) 516-5671
Fax: (314)516-5988
Web Address:

Services Offered

Treatment of minor injury and illness, screening exams, immunizations, strep throat testing, STD testing and treatment, perform a variety of blood tests, pregnancy testing, well women's exams (including Pap smear), birth control, flu shots, urinalysis, and allergy injections. Care is provided by Certified Nurse Practioners who have collaborative practice agreements with local physicians. Consultation is offered on various issues and concerns including chronic health problems. Assistance with referral to medical facilities is provided upon request and when necessary. Call or visit us to schedule an appointment. We offer same day appointments in the afternoon but you must call at 8:30 a.m.


The University requires that students born after 1956 provide documented proof of immunity to measles, mumps and rubella, through current immunization records, or disease documentation by a health care provider. Meningococcal vaccine is strongly recommended for students residing in campus housing. Tuberculosis (TB) screening is required for students in the following categories: lived for two months or more in Asia, Africa, Central or South America, Eastern Europe; health care workers, volunteers and employees of nursing homes, prisons, or other residential institutions; or contact with a person known to have active tuberculosis. Immunization records should be sent to Health Services. Please refer to the immunization policy and form on the Health Services website.

Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan

Health Services provides information, and application forms for the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan.