Campus Students: Visit the Patient Portal to upload your Wellness health requirements. Review the SNHU Campus Student Requirements and Vaccination Policy sections below for more information.
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The Wellness Center is a licensed Educational Health Center in the State of New Hampshire providing Health Services, Counseling Services and Health Promotion/ Educational Programming to support the physical health, emotional health and overall wellness needs of the SNHU campus community. All Wellness Center services are free and confidential and are provided by licensed medical and mental health professionals.
Our Mission, Vision, and Confidentiality
Assuring that health and wellness is integrated into every aspect of the SNHU community and each individual's personal growth and development.
To educate and promote healthy behavior through programming and clinical care in support of the achievement of lifelong academic and personal success.
Our Staff adheres to confidentiality standards that are in accordance with their profession's ethical and legal guidelines.
SNHU Campus Student Medical Record Requirements
Medical Record Requirements
The Wellness Center is licensed by the State of New Hampshire as an Educational Health Facility and is here to provide medical and mental health care for campus students.
As a way to provide the best care possible and ensure the health and safety of the campus community, all residential students, full time undergraduate campus students, international students, and full time graduate campus students taking classes on the Manchester campus must provide the following medical record requirements prior to the start of classes on campus.
For the Fall '23 semester, all requirements are due by June 30th, 2023.
- A health history form (including consent for treatment while on campus)
- Accurate immunization records
- Tuberculosis screen and any needed tuberculosis test results
- Physical exam report (required for All Athletes within 6 months of term start, optional for all others)
To submit your Medical Requirements, complete the following steps:
All residential students, all full time undergraduate students, all international students and all full time graduate day students taking classes on the Manchester campus must provide complete and accurate immunization records. Students are required to provide proof of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, hepatitis b, meningitis, and varicella. When appropriate, titers demonstrating immunity will be accepted.
Beginning May 1, 2023, campus students will not be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to enroll. Instead, the University will strongly encourage students be up to date with all COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, as that remains the optimal degree of protection against COVID-19.
Please contact the SNHU Wellness Center with additional questions:
SNHU Wellness Center
2500 North River Road
Manchester, NH 03106
Our health services staff members include two full-time Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN), and a full-time Registered Nurse (RN).
Health Services offers treatment of common acute problems (e.g., colds, flu, and burns), personal health counseling, education on preventative medicine, information on birth control, referral for sexually transmitted infections testing and assistance processing insurance claims. Health Services is a licensed facility and must follow guidelines established by the Department of Health and Human Services. If a greater level of care is required than can be provided by the Wellness Center, students will be referred to Urgent Care, the Emergency Room or, a local care provider as appropriate.
Personal and emotional problems are a normal part of life. A student with many strengths and abilities may experience difficulties that can be effectively resolved through counseling. The counseling service offers professional trained staff to assist students in coping with problem areas in their life that might interfere with maximizing their college and life potential. We can assist you in assessing those areas and help you find new understanding.
Examples of some difficulties experienced by college students include problems in interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, poor sleep habits, anger, body image, conflicts with one's family, and grieving over the loss of a friend or family member.
Services provided by the counseling service are confidential and include individual and group counseling, referral to off campus resources, crisis assessment, consultation, educational programs and educational videos.
Health Promotion Services
Our health promotion and education programs are focused on helping students develop healthy lifestyles and address concerns before they need treatment.
- Presentations on wellness topics for student groups
- Individual consultations with students
- Workshops and co-sponsored student activities
- Training for student leaders, faculty and staff