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Health Services

Health ServicesOur campus facility provides various health-care services to University students including acute care, women's health clinic, laboratory testing, allergy clinic, medication, and immunizations.

In order to register for classes, all part-time and full-time graduate students must submit an immunization form, which includes a recent tuberculosis screening. For detailed information, contact Health Services at 860.768.6601.

Full-time graduate students may utilize health services on a fee-for-service basis. 

  • Students living in the University's graduate housing pay a health and counseling fee that entitles them to health and counseling services at the campus clinic and provides 12-month accident insurance.
  • Nonresident graduate students who wish to use the campus clinic or counseling services may purchase health and counseling services by submitting the required forms and paying the fee through the Student Administrative Services Center; the contact number is 860.768.4999.

For clinical care, please call Health Services in advance to make an appointment. Please note that doors lock 15 minutes prior to closing. Health Services is closed for all University breaks, including winter, spring, and summer.

Health Services

Location: The Sports Center, ground floor
Regular Semester Hours:

Mon. – Thurs., 8 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. and Fri.,
8 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.*closed during the summer

Telephone: 860.768.6601
Fax: 860.768.5140

Health Insurance Information

Students taking six or more credits are eligible for the University-referred insurance company, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. For a brochure with detailed health insurance information and an enrollment form for the school year, click here. For more information, you may contact toll free 800.391.9750 or 617.769.6006 or email See links at right for further information and the Consolidated Health Plan website link.