Student Health and Wellness Center


Student Health and Wellness Center

Alert:  For all weather-related announcements, please check the University Alerts page.

Intercession hours of operation will end on January 29, 2018.


The Student Health & Wellness Center has seen an increasing number of students with Viral Gastroenteritis (Stomach Flu)  beginning December 11, 2017.  To learn more about the Stomach Flu and how to stay illness free during finals, please read the PDF Document: Viral Gastroenteritis Fact Sheet .

The Student Health and Wellness Center provides high quality, confidential health care to eligible students of the Homewood and Peabody campus communities.

Our health care staff consists of board-certified physicians, nationally certified nurse practitioners, a licensed dietitian, registered nurses, medical assistants, and a women’s health nurse practitioner.

Services offered include:

The SHWC is accredited through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

Privacy Policy

Student health information held by the Student Health and Wellness Center is protected by federal and state laws, including the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Maryland Confidentiality of Medical Records Act.

These laws protect the privacy of students’ health information and prohibit its disclosure without appropriate consent, except under limited circumstances.

We are committed to protecting the privacy of our patients’ medical records in compliance with all applicable laws.

PDF Document: HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices for SHWC (PDF)

News & Announcements

  • 2017-2018 Flu Clinic Schedule

    Throughout the academic year, the Student Health and Wellness Center hosts on-campus flu clinics for eligible students. No appointment is necessary for the flu clinics, just walk-in on the date, location, and time specified below. Cost: $20 for private insurance; FREE for students with the school health benefit plan. Payment options:


  • Should the morning after pill be offered 24/7 on college campuses?

    Check out this Washington Post article containing comments from SHWC’s director, Roanna Kessler.

  • Student Health 101 Newsletter

    In this issue of the Student Health 101 newsletter, learn why travel is good for your health, how to make failure work for you, how best to warm up for your workouts, and much more!

  • HUB

    Recent overdose incidents prompt warnings about opioid risks

    Johns Hopkins experts discuss U.S. opioid epidemic, signs of an overdose, campus resources


  • HUB

    Staying protected

    How to guard against Zika virus while traveling to affected areas


  • HUB

    Adderall abuse rises

    Study: Growing number of young adults using drug without prescription