Health and Wellness FAQs

At the Elmhurst University Wellness Center, we’re committed to answering your questions and helping you get the care you need.

Here are answers to some of the questions we get most often. Still have questions? Contact the Wellness Center—we’re always happy to help.

If you have questions about COVID-19, please visit our dedicated page.

We are located on the Elmhurst University campus, in the lower level of Niebuhr Hall (Room 010). Check our campus map for details.

We offer routine health care services such as:

  • Evaluation and treatment of illness and injury
  • Referrals
  • Vaccinations
  • Lab work
  • Women’s care (gynecology)
  • Sexual health services
  • Health education
  • Nutritional counseling

Enrolled Elmhurst University students have access to Wellness Center services.

There is no charge to be seen by a nurse practitioner or doctor. Medications, vaccines, supplies and lab work are provided at the lowest possible cost to students.

You may pay by credit/debit card, personal check or charge the service to your student account.

We encourage you to schedule an appointment by calling (630) 617-3565.

After hours, you can get care at the Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Emergency Care or Immediate Care or the CVS Minute Clinic in downtown Elmhurst at York and North Avenue.

All students are required to submit a health history and proof of immunization for certain diseases. A physical exam is not required. For more information about health requirements, see Immunization Requirements and Medical History.

You may be able to obtain your immunization record from your doctor, your high school or your previous four-year college if you’re a transfer student. You may email them directly to the Wellness Center at or fax them to (630) 617-3255.

Yes, some vaccines and medications are available. For more information, see Student Health Services or contact us.

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