Phone: (937) 775-2552
The primary purpose of the Student Health Services at Wright State University is to assist students in maintaining a state of health that allows them to function at a maximum capacity. To achieve this goal, the Student Health Service has nurse practitioners, a part-time physician, RN’s, receptionists, and health insurance benefits coordinator..
Services provided include, but are not limited to, acute and chronic conditions, physicals, female exams and issues, laboratory testing, suture removal, and allergy injections.
Student Health Services administers the university’s immunization policy and the Student Health Insurance plan.
- Where is Student Health Services located?
We are located in 051 Student Union.
- What are the hours of Student Health Services?
We are open 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We take our last walk-in at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Appointments are required for some services, but for the most part a student can walk in.
- What is the telephone number of Student Health Services?
Our phone number is (937) 775-2552
- What does it cost to be seen by the nurse practitioner or physician in Student Health Services?
If the student has WSU Student Health Insurance and is sick or injured, there is NO cost (in most cases) for the student to be seen by a provider (MD or nurse practitioner). Student Health Services is currently accepting most major health insurances. Please have your insurance card available at the time you need health care so we can process you claim for payment. WE ALSO REQUIRE A PICTURE ID AT TIME OF SERVICE.
- How can I pay for my bill at the Student Health Services?
Students who have no form of health insurance may pay by cash, credit card, or applying their bill to their Bursar account.
- Do I have to make an appointment?
Students wishing to see the physician must make an appointment. Appointments are also required for allergy shots and wellness visits with the nurse practitioner such as female exams and physicals. We accept students on a walk-in basis for acute illnesses. Usually there are open appointments available. If you want to be sure to be seen at a specific time, please call and make an appointment to see the nurse practitioner. An appointment is never required to see the RN or for immunizations or TB testing.
When you register for classes, those students with 6.0 credit hours or more will have the option to accept or decline student health insurance. This charge will be included in your Bursar bill. There is a two week window when the semester begins to add or drop insurance coverage.
Students living in Hamilton Hall, The Woods, Honors Community, or the university apartments are required to purchase this coverage or confirm existence of an equivalent coverage.
All international students and dependents are required to purchase WSU health insurance. UCIE can make an exception for students who receive insurance covering them as a dependent through a US employer with the purchase of a supplemental plan covering repatriation and medical evacuation.
In addition to functioning as caregivers and administrators of treatment, the Student Health Services’ staff strive to be educators and promote wellness. This positive approach to living emphasizes the total person; social, occupational, spiritual, physical, intellectual, and emotional.
Hours: Walk-in Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (we accept the last walk-in at 4:30 p.m.)
Closed noon to 1 p.m. for lunch (during breaks) (take the last walk-in at 11:30 a.m.)
051 Student Union
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Telephone: (937) 775-2552
Fax: (937) 775-2277
This Plan provides benefits for a covered injury or Sickness ("Loss") which occurs during your term of coverage under this Plan. The expenses for the Loss must also be incurred during your term of coverage under this Plan.
The Plan does not pay for expenses payable by any other insurance of pre-payment plan.
To provide maximum benefits at low cost, the Plan covers only hospital care and surgery except where otherwise noted. Athletic injuries, other than interscholastic or intercollegiate sports, are not covered.
International students will be granted an exemption only if they have U.S. based insurance coverage through the employer of a spouse or parent. This waiver must be obtained from the University Center for International Education office, 190E Student Union and Event Services Building.
For commonly asked questions concerning the 2015-2016 Wright State University Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions. If you still have questions concerning the coverage or need assistance, please contact Nancy Caupp or Robert Fox at Student Health Services in 051 Student Union, (937) 775-2552.
Please refer to United Health Care Student Resource (UHCSR) insurance for complete coverage details.