Welcome to Student Health & Campus Health


Open enrollment  for the Health Insurance Marketplace is open for enrollment, re-enrollment, or to change plans. The open enrollment deadline is December 15. As a reminder, any Marketplace plan chosen must still meet the University's insurance criteria. Generally, HMO exchange plans from states other than Pennsylvania will not be accepted, nor will exchange plans that only provide catastrophic coverage. Please visit our Affordable Care Act FAQ page for more information.


Penn is tobacco free! To learn more about this important initiative, especially on how Penn students were involved, watch this videoInterested in smoking cessation resources available to Penn students? Look here. You can schedule an appointment online or call (215-746-3535) to see our smoking cessation counselor; appointments are free and unliminted.

Time to get your annual flu vaccine! Getting your flu vaccine is the single most effective way to prevent the flu. While influenza vaccinations cannot provide 100 percent protection, they can lessen the severity and duration of symptoms.

Even though our annual Flu Clinics are over, you can still get your flu shot at Student Health. Call 215-746-3535 to schedule an apointment.

Still have questions? Visit our Flu FAQ and learn about the signs and symptoms of influenza.


Sexual Health is one of the many services provided at SHS. Are you sexually active? Consider making a sexually transmitted disease screening visit at SHS. Appointments can be booked online or you can call 215-746-3535. Don't forget SHS provides FREE condoms to students; no appointment is necessary, "Just Ask" to see the cashier. If you are interested in learning more about sexually transmitted diseases, check out our Disease Updates page or book a Sex Jeopary workshop for you and your peers.


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 students, attend a free monthly yoga or weekly meditiation session, or check out any of the 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
(including nights/weekends)


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