Resources & Services
IUPUI Health ServicesIUPUI Health Services provides primary medical care and urgent care services at two convenient locations to all IUPUI students . The medical staff includes physicians and experienced nurse practitioners. Services include acute care visits, treatment for asthma, ADHD, anxiety and depression, physical exams, vaccinations, travel immunizations, sexually transmitted disease testing and counseling, pregnancy testing, birth control and gynecological exams. Free wellness screenings are available at the campus center clinic. Medical services are provided on a discounted fee-for- ¬service basis. Insurance is filed only for students with Aetna Student Health insurance. IUPUI Health Services is located on the first floor of Coleman Hall. The Campus Center Student Health (CCSH) clinic is located on the second floor of the campus center, next to the JagTag office. For appointments, call (317) 274-8214 .More information can be found at: http://health.iupui.edu.
Other Health ServicesBoth the Wishard Emergency Room and the University Hospital Emergency Room are open 24/7 to see patients with medical emergencies. For psychological assistance, see “Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)” elsewhere in this bulletin. Tobacco-free IUPUI: All eight IU campuses are now smoke-free. There is help for yourself and others to quit. Find resources and the policy at: www.iupui.edu/%7enosmoke.
Health Insurance Programs
Health insurance is required and automatically provided for graduate students who are fellowship recipients with semester funding of $2,787 or more and all student academic appointees (SAAs) at .375 FTE or higher. Students will be provided with insurance brochures by their academic departments.
For more information about the insurance policy and coverages, call (317) 278-1159 or 1-800-767-0700. International students with questions about the mandatory policy for international students should call the Office of International Affairs, (317) 274-7000. Graduate students should direct any insurance concerns to the Graduate Office, (317) 274-4023.
All undergraduates taking 6 or more credit hours and graduate students enrolled in 3 or more credit hours are eligible to participate in a voluntary student health insurance program. Health insurance is mandatory for all international students in F or J visa status, who are automatically enrolled and billed for the insurance premium. Undergraduates: See the website at: (http://www.aetnastudenthealth.com/stu_conn/default.aspx). The International students’ website is http://www.aetnastudenthealth.com/stu_conn/default.aspx.