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Wellness Resources

    Health and Wellness are critical to a student's success during their law school years.  Students are able to do their best in their classes when they feel good physically and emotionally and are taking care of themselves.  Villanova University offers the highest quality of services in the areas of health and wellness to ensure that students receive the support that they need in order to succeed.

Health Insurance

University Sponsored Plan:

The University offers a health insurance plan designed for students. All law students are sent information from the University regarding health insurance including a description of coverage, including costs, benefits, exclusions, reductions and limitations. This plan is designed specifically for Villanova University students and their families. More information can be found at:

All domestic undergraduate matriculated students, all international students, and all law school students must be covered by health insurance. As one of these students at Villanova University, you must either enroll in the school sponsored program or show proof of other comparable coverage and waive out of the Villanova University sponsored program.  If you enroll in the plan, the annual charge will be on your fall semester bill. If you fail to waive the University sponsored plan by showing proof of comparable coverage, you will be enrolled automatically and billed for the University sponsored insurance plan at the beginning of the school year.  

If you have any additional questions or if you would like to download a copy of the brochure, please go to and select the appropriate links or you may contact the Student Health Center at 610-519-4070.


Other Wellness Resources for Villanova Law Students

Villanova University Student Health Center


Villanova University Counseling Center

(610) 519-4050

Office of Health Promotions

Phone: (610) 519-7407

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Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania, Inc. is a comprehensive assistance program designed to meet the unique needs of law students, lawyers, judges and their family members who are struggling not only with alcohol and drug related problems but also with stress, anxiety, depression, gambling and other emotional and mental health issues.

Lawyers' Confidential Helpline: 1-888-999-1941