Student Information & Required Health Forms
Both current and new students who have decided to attend Saint Louis University must submit these important health forms to complete their enrollment:
- Immunization record
- Personal health history
- Health insurance waiver
Student Immunization Record
- Submitting a completed immunization record is required to enroll at Saint Louis University
- You should fill in your personal information and sign the authorization of release before giving the immunization record to your healthcare provider
- Please refer to the included list of immunizations (last page of packet) required by Saint Louis University to determine if you require any additional immunizations prior to submitting this form
- A physician must complete the remainder of the form and sign it
- It is your responsibility to return the completed form to SLU by the appropriate deadline.
Personal Health History
- Submitting a completed personal health history (included in above required health forms) is also required to enroll at SLU.
- This form does not require a physician's signature and can be completed in its entirety by the student.
- Meningitis Waiver
- If you are a freshman who will be residing on campus, you must complete the meningococcal vaccination requirement either by providing documentation of vaccination or by completing the waiver section of the form indicating that you have received the information and have made the decision not to have the vaccination.
- If you already have health insurance - either your own or coverage under a parent's plan - you must also submit a completed health insurance waiver along with proof of coverage.
- If you do not submit this form, you will be automatically enrolled in the University Health Plan (UHP).
- Full refunds for billed premiums will only be given to students who waive by the end of the open enrollment.
- Please note that this waiver must be submitted with a copy (front and back) of your insurance card.
- Students who wish to participate in the University-sponsored health plan must go online to Aetna Student Health to enroll in the UHP. Students who do not provide proof of medical insurance will be automatically charged for this program and enrolled at the end of the open enrollment period.
- Additional information can be found at University Health Plan.
- Students who will begin their enrollment during the fall semester should submit their forms no later than August 1.
- Students who plan to begin their enrollment during the spring semester should submit their forms no later than December 1.
- Students who plan to begin their enrollment during the summer session should submit their forms no later than May 1.
- Students are encouraged to submit the health insurance waiver form as soon as possible after deciding to attend SLU. Doing so ensures that students with coverage will not be billed for the University-sponsored health plan.
- Forms should be returned to Saint Louis University's Student Health Center at the address below:
Student Health Center
3518 Laclede Ave.
Marchetti Tower East
St. Louis, MO 63103
- Please ensure that all supporting parts of the forms are included
- Incoming students will also have an opportunity to submit their health forms at SLU101 orientation
- You are encouraged to retain copies and documentation of your submission for your records
Checklist for New Students
- Sign waiver of Health Insurance and provide Student Health Center a copy of health insurance card.
- Investigate the University Health Plan if out of state health insurance does not cover services at the Student Health Center.
- Receive Meningitis vaccine or sign Meningitis vaccine waiver acknowledging risks of not receiving the vaccine.
- Send completed and signed immunization record to the Student Health Center by the start of classes.
- If there are ongoing medical or mental health issues, let us assist you in your health maintenance plan. Give the Student Health Center a call prior to or at the beginning of the school year and make an appointment to see our providers.
- Questions? Visit our most Frequently Asked Questions for answers to common questions new students usually have.
Patient information forms: