Phone: (540) 432-4308
Health Services is located in the Weaver Wellness Suite, 2nd floor of University Commons and provides comprehensive health services and wellness programming for students on the main campus.
Both full time (9 sh per semester) and part time graduate students have access to Health Services. Full time students are required to fill out a Graduate Student Health Information Form before beginning their graduate program. See https://emu.edu/studentlife/health/forms. Failure to fill out this form will result in a registration hold until it is completed.
Part time students will not get a registration hold if they do not fill out the form, but if they want to have access to Health Services, a Graduate Student Health Information form will need to be completed.
The graduate student fee covers services not billable to insurance including processing the Health Information Form and immunization requirements (the fee does not cover actual appointments, immunizations, or other services rendered). Health Services maintains electronic medical records and bills health insurance for services provided. Any applicable co-pays are to be paid at the time of the visit or paid in full if self-pay. See http://www.emu.edu/studentlife/health/ for more details.
A health care provider is available almost every day of the week at varying hours of the day. Specific hours of operation can be found at http://www.emu.edu/studentlife/health/; services are available for EMU students and employees. A Psychiatrist is available to meet with students in Health Services by referral through a health care provider.
Health Services provides evaluation and treatment for a wide range of health care needs. Routine vaccinations and travel vaccines are available. Health Services collaborates with departments across campus to provide medical requirements for coursework and practicums.
Durable medical equipment such as crutches, wheelchairs, and heating pads are available for loan.
Health insurance is an EMU requirement at the Harrisonburg location for all full-time Seminary, CJP Graduate, and Counseling Graduate students taking 9 or more credit hours. Health insurance is also required of all full-time international students in Harrisonburg, regardless of academic program.
EMU Student Health Insurance is available for full-time graduate students who are enrolled in graduate programs that offer health insurance as an option.
For a complete description of the benefits available, limitations, and exclusions, please visit www.firststudent.com (US Residents) & (International Students).
Contact Information: Eastern.Mennonite@rcmd.com or (800) 346-4075.
For a complete description of the benefits available, limitations and exclusions, please visit: www.rcmd.com.