Welcome to Student Health & Campus Health

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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. You can find our insurance and immunization info here.

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The University created two grant programs for PhD students tohelp offset the cost of health and dental insurance. Please visit the GraduateStudent Center's website to find more information. Two grants for PhD students with families were alsocreated to help offset the cost of childcare, family expenses, and healthinsurance. Please visit the Family Center's website to find moreinformation.

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There is a national shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine. The only US manufacturer, Sanofi Pasteur, has very tight restrictions on the vaccine supply. Currently, SHS has limited availability of  the Yellow Fever vaccine, which will be given in strict accordance with CDC recommendations. Please call to discuss your travel plans should they be to areas where the vaccine is required.


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! 

CAPS
(including nights/weekends)
215-898-7021
Office of the Chaplain
215-898-8456
Weingarten Learning Resources Center
215-573-9235
HELP Line
215-898-HELP
(898-4357)
RAP Line
(Reach A Peer, 
9pm - 1am)
215-573-2RAP
(573-2727)
Special Services
215-898-6600
VPUL / Student Intervention Services
215-898-6081

Student Health Service
(including nights/weekends)

215-746-3535

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