Penn State Abington Health & Wellness Center provides basic health care, counseling and psychological services and wellness programs throughout the year. These free on-campus services are covered by student tuition.
Students requiring medical care are referred to an off-campus consulting physician affiliated with Abington Memorial Hospital.
The University also offers individual accident and health insurance at a minimal rate.
All student health records are confidential. No information contained in a health record may be released without the written consent of a student.
It is the responsibility of a student with a diagnosis such as diabetes, heart disease or epilepsy to inform professors as necessary to protect the student’s well-being or academic advancement.
New Immunization Submission Process
If you do not submit your records by September 15, you will be unable to register for spring semester.
All students new to Penn State are required to be immunized against measles, mumps and rubella.
Information on immunization requirements, waiver forms and submission instructions can be found on the University Health Services website. Please call 814-865-2398 or e-mail UHS-HIM@psu.edu with questions about these requirements.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
FALL HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMS:
A Campus Dialogue on Sex, Conflict, Alcohol & Intimacy
Sept 21st | CB | 108 Lares
Student Flu Vaccine Clinic in the Banquet Room
Oct. 3rd: 10am to 2pm
Free to the first 50 students
Employee Flu Vaccine Clinic In the Banquet Room
Oct. 4th: 9am to 2pm
Oct. 5th: 12 to 4pm
Drug and Alcohol Program with a Magician
Infuses magic and hypnosis skits to encourage good decision making.
November 9th | CB | 108 Lares
Free Yoga for Students
Every Wednesday (Sept. 14th through Nov 30th)
3pm - 4pm | Banquet Room
Free Meditation for Students, Faculty & Staff
Every Monday and Tuesday
Common Break | 101 Springhouse