Incoming Student Prerequisites

Insurance

All students need health insurance throughout their term of enrollment at Villanova. Health insurance is mandatory for all domestic, undergraduate matriculated students, all international students, and all law school students. Undergraduate students must either enroll in the school sponsored plan with United Health or waive out of the University-sponsored plan by showing proof of comparable coverage. Failure to waive  the University-sponsored plan will result in automatic enrollment and billing for the University plan at the beginning of the school year. College of Professional Studies (part-time students), undergraduate and graduate students, graduate students taking three or more credit hours, and Ph.D thesis continuation students must purchase their own insurance. For more information regarding the school sponsored plan, and the enrollment/waiver process, please visit the website www.firststudent.com.

Incoming Student Prerequisites

Health Records

The Villanova University Student Health Record is required for all full time undergraduate students upon matriculation. Failure to submit a completed Health Record will result in a hold on registration for future classes. Please download the Health Record Form. The completed health forms must be submitted to the Student Health Center by July 1st.

Immunizations

Immunization requirements are included in the Student Health Record. The immunization requirements for Villanova University are consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association.

Health Record Form

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Phone: 610-519-4070

Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation

Academic School Year
24 hours a day
7 days a week

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

*Exceptions include holidays and scheduled breaks

Summer Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8am-4pm
Friday: 8am-Noon

Flu Information

Flu Information
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Body aches
  • Pains
  • Fatigue and weakness

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