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All students on campus are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and must upload their vaccination information into the WPI Student Health Portal by August 1, 2021. 

Please note, new students will be able to access the portal starting June 14, 2021 to upload medical forms and immunization records.

Information about student vaccination exemption forms can be found under Policies and Forms.

Who We Are

WPI strives to provide multifaceted professional medical care for the treatment of student illnesses and injuries. Staff members at Student Health Services (SHS) include a team of physicians, nurse practitioners, and nurses. We're like your doctor's office away from home. Call us to schedule your next appointment for an array of primary and urgent care services that we provide. 

What We Do & Provide

  • Diagnosis and treatment of illnesses
  • Evaluation and treatment of injuries
  • Immunization clinics
  • Referral services
  • Sports medicine

Hours & After Hours Care

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or WPI Police at 508-831-5555.

Please note the Health Center is open by appointment only: we are not a walk-in clinic at this time. Our appointment hours are Monday-Friday from 9 am to 4pm.

After hours and weekends: If you need urgent medical attention that cannot wait until normal business hours, please have our after-hours care provider paged at Hahnemann Family Health Center of Worcester at 508-334-8830 and identify yourself as a WPI student. The doctor on call will return your call as soon as possible. Learn more here.

If you have any COVID-19 related questions or concerns that are not medically urgent, please complete the symptom tracker and follow the instructions provided (https://apps.powerapps.com/play/e985cef5-c57c-4e21-9a1f-36190e13a239?tenantId=589c76f5-ca15-41f9-884b-55ec15a0672a).

Coronavirus Update

WPI is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Get the latest updates and information for the WPI community.

 

For the updated list of required forms for new students, please see our New Student Checklist.

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on our lives. Necessary public health behaviors, like social distancing and avoiding gatherings, are critical in keeping people safe and reducing the spread of COVID, but they can make us feel isolated and lonely, and can increase stress and anxiety. Learn more here.

COVID-19 Forms

Please log-in to the secure health portal to upload these forms. Each form must be completed before arrival to campus. Students can also upload their COVID-19 pre-boarding tests in the health portal.

Announcements

June 15, 2021
Health Services & Resources
June 01, 2021
Marketing Communications
May 06, 2021
Office of the President

Your Health Record

Use this link to access the Health Portal to schedule online appointments, upload documents, send and receive important health-related messages, receive laboratory and x-ray results, and download educational handouts.

New Student Health Forms

Are you a new student? View the New Student Required Health Forms Checklist for a comprehensive list of all the forms you’ll need to fill out before beginning your time at WPI.

Student Health Services Fees

The WPI health fee that all undergraduate students pay covers all services directly available at Student Health Services. Students are responsible for the cost of laboratory tests, x-rays, prescription medications, and expenses incurred when referred to an off-campus physician or hospital.

Graduate students are not required to pay the health fee since many already have and are using health services of their own choosing. If you are a graduate student and require health services, we encourage you to make an appointment to speak with a health insurance provider. We will typically see graduate students one time free of charge, but subsequent visits and follow-up appointments would necessitate paying the health fee as undergraduate students do.

Disclaimer

This website is not intended as a substitute for proper medical care, only a supplement to it. If you believe you have a medical problem, please call or visit Student Health Services. A proper medical diagnosis can only be made in person—please do not send us your medical questions via e-mail.

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