About Us


The Student Health Center is located on the third floor of the Health Services Building (Building 27 on the Villanova Map). Parking is available in the Main Lot.


Visits to the Student Health Center are covered under the Health and Wellness fee (each semester) incurred by full-time Undergraduate and Law Students. Students are financially responsible for the costs of any laboratory tests, some over-the-counter medications, and all prescription medications. There is a $20 fee for a driver’s license physical examination.

Part-time undergraduates, part-time and fulltime graduate students, BSN Express students, and other non matriculated summer students are not required to pay the Health and Wellness fee each semester but will be charged $25 for an office visit with a doctor or nurse practitioner.

The Student Health Center does not bill insurance companies, nor does the Student Health Center operate as a pharmacy. Click here for local Pharmacy information. Students who incur charges at the Student Health Center may request reimbursement from their insurance company. Please click here for more information.

Make an Appointment

Please call our front desk at (610) 519-4070 to make an appointment.

  • Same day or next day appointments are usually available.
  • Should you need to cancel an appointment, kindly call to cancel so that others may be seen in your place.
  • Please try to arrive on time for your appointment. We make every effort to see our patients at the time at which they are scheduled.
Health Record Form
* Health Form 2019.pdf
WORD Version
* Health Form 2019.doc
PDF Version

Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation

Academic School Year
24 hours a day
7 days a week

Physician & Nurse Practitioner
Appointment Hours
Mon-Th  8am - 6:30pm
Friday    8am - 4:30pm
Sunday  9am - 5pm

Exceptions include holidays and scheduled breaks

Summer Hours
Monday through Thursday
8am - 4pm
8am - 12 noon

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FLU Information

H1N1 virus info
Symptoms of the FLU
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Body aches
  • Pains
  • Fatigue and weakness

FLU symptoms and treatment information
Click Here for more information about the FLU