Student Health Services
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ESL & International Students

There is no charge for office visits. We offer certain medications, lab testing, and immunizations for a charge. Students are responsible for prescription drugs, labs, x-rays and outside provider costs. Student Health Services focuses upon preventive care and the treatment of acute illnesses and injuries. The health service does not take the place of a primary physician. While SHS can handle most needs, students with more serious disorders requiring hospitalization, laboratory, diagnostics or specialist care will be referred accordingly. Health Services does not cover the cost of prescription drugs, laboratory procedures, x-rays, or other referrals. You may also receive personal counseling, including individual, group and couples counseling or psychotherapy at no charge through our affiliated Counseling and Psychological Services (856-256-4333).

All students are required to submit Mandatory Health Forms. These forms should be completed and submitted prior to your arrival at Rowan University. Failure to submit completed Mandatory Health Forms may result in up to $100 in late fees being placed on your student account. In addition to a late fee you will not be able to register for future classes until all forms are completed. Click here to print a copy of the Mandatory Health Forms. Below is a chart showing all requirements and the estimated cost to have them completed if you fail to do so before arriving at Rowan University.

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* Up to date Tetanus Immunization is recommended for all students.