ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES:  (First, congratulations!)  As of April 1, billing of SHS charges to your student account is no longer available.  Cash or check only, please.


Welcome new and incoming students! We can't wait for you to be here. Here are the Penn10 (or top 10) things you need to do before your arrival on campus. The University insurance requirements are outlined in this flow chart, and the University immunization requirements are found in this three-step process. You can find more of our insurance and immunization info here.

This year, choose to Fling safe. If you decide to drink, take time and set expectations for yourself. Remember, it takes your body about one hour to process one drink. Staying hydrated and eating before, during and after consuming alcohol can help minimize those not so great consequences of drinking. Check out this website for more safety tips!

Updated 4/1/15: While the number of Ebola cases increased in Guinea, Sierra Leone reported a fourth straight week of decreased cases, and Liberia reported no new cases through March 29th.

The Student Health Service continues to closely monitor information about the virus and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Specific guidelines for Travel for Educational Purposes were released by the CDC on January 20, 2015. It continues to be recommended to avoid all travel to Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

You can find information on the University's travel policy on the University's Ebola web page. Please feel free to consult and share more information on Ebola from our website as well. If you have additonal questions, feel free to contact us. 

100% Compliance!  Student Health Service is proud to announce that our entire staff has been vaccinated against flu in an effort to provide the safest environment for our patients. 

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