Welcome to Student Health & Campus Health


Incoming Students please remember to complete your insurance and immunization compliances for the University.


The 2016 Flu Clinics will be October 25th, 26th, and 27th in Houston Hall (Bodek Lounge) from 11am-7:30pm. New to Penn and our Flu Clinics? Check out our video that explains it all. See you there!


Join us for our FREE meditation sessions. They occur three times per week all across campus. Find the time and location that works for you, or come to all of them. 

Penn has a plethora of resources that are here to support your health, wellness and academic needs. Review the Wellness Guide created by students for student, or check out any of these offices below. Be healthy, Penn! 

(including nights/weekends)
Office of the Chaplain
Weingarten Learning Resources Center
RAP Line
(Reach A Peer, 
9pm - 1am)
Special Services
VPUL / Student Intervention Services
Student Health Service

Student Health is out of stock of the Meningitis B vaccine, Bexsero, because it is currently unavailable for purchase from the manufacturer (GSK). If you are due for your second dose of the vaccine or have any questions, please call SHS (215-746-3535) and press option 1 to speak with a nurse. The other Meningitis B vaccine, Trumenba, cannot be used interchangeably with Bexsero and is not carried at SHS.


There currently is a national shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine. If you are planning to travel to South America or Africa, call SHS (215-746-3535) to schedule your travel consultation ASAP! All vaccines, including those for travel, are covered by PSIP, and there's no co-pay for a travel visit. Don't forget to register your trip.


Researchers and scientists continue to work around the clock to learn about Zika virus. The most important thing in protecting yourself against Zika Virus is the prevention of mosquito bites. SHS continues to implement travel screenings as a general standard of practice. What else should you do?

Have questions about the Zika virus? Visit this FAQ or our Disease Update.

Have you done your part?  It's not too late to be vaccinated.  (link to appointments)