Licensed, certified Nurse Practitioners assess and treat health problems of full-time undergraduate students. Services offered by Student Health Services (SHS) are covered by undergraduate tuition, you do not need to purchase the school health insurance plan in order to receive care.
Routine visits to SHS are free for full-time undergraduate students. Additional costs for certain services may apply, and are charged to the student’s health insurance. Services that are generally charged to your insurance include:
X-ray and radiology services
Clinic visits at SHS are by appointment, and most appointments can be arranged within one business day. Appointments can be made online or by calling the office. To schedule online, please use the online Patient Wellness Portal, call the office at 508-767-7329 to make an appointment. (Annual physical exams and immunizations are not available through SHS. Students obtain those services through their Primary Care Provider outside of school.)
All clinical services are strictly confidential.
Please see below for more information about:
Off-Site Health Services
Emergency Services and Off-Campus Care
Important Information and Forms for Accepted Students
Health Education and Wellness Promotion
Health Services Staff
Health Services Resources
Student Health Services does make referrals to community health care providers/specialists and other resources. These may be billed to your insurance provider. Students can also visit local urgent care clinics and emergency departments when Student Health Services is closed.
Any emergency occurring on the Campus should be referred immediately to Public Safety at 508-767-7777. Public Safety is the emergency services coordinator on campus. All Officers are trained as First Responders. Transportation to a local hospital will be arranged or an ambulance will be directed to campus. Call 911 for all off-campus emergencies.
There are a number of pharmacies, urgent care facilities, and emergency rooms located near campus; this list is provided as an informational resource for students.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Assumption College! We look forward to welcoming you back to campus as an official Hound!
Assumption College requires that all new, full-time undergraduate and graduate students, international students (full or part-time) and all Health Science students (full or part-time) to submit completed health information including proof of immunizations to the Student Wellness Portal.
For the general health and safety of the campus community, students who fail to submit required documentation by the deadline (July 15th for fall semester enrollment and January 15th for spring semester enrollment) will be prohibited from attending classes, living on campus, and/or practicing/playing a D-II sport. For information on how to upload your health information to the Student Wellness Portal, please see the following: