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About The Student Health Center

SUMMER HOURS end on September 3, 2021

Open for Administrative purposes only during Summer hours
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. until Noon

Freshman move in weekend hours

Saturday 9/4/21, Sunday 9/5/21 & Monday 9/6/21 - Operating hours are 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Contact Public Safety 203-254-4090 for emergencies


Operating hours during Academic year 

All visits by appointment only 

All students requesting a clinical visit must call the Health Center first at 203-254-4000, Ext. 2241. 

Operating Hours - by appointment only

Saturday & Sunday | 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday - Wednesday & Friday | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday | 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Women's Clinic available by appointment - please call
Tuesday & Thursday | 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

*If the Fairfield University departmental offices are closed due to inclement weather, the Student Health Center also closes.

About the Health Center

‌The Student Health Center is located in Jogues Hall. To contact the Student Health Center, call   (203) 254-4000, ext. 2241. Health care is provided by our physician and a staff of nurse practitioners and registered nurses. A nurse practitioner is an "Advanced Practice Registered Nurse" licensed to manage common illnesses and prescribe medications.

To receive medical treatment at the Student Health Center you must be a full-time undergraduate student and have the required admission Medical Report on file. There is no visit fee for eligible students.

The Student Health Center is available to assist graduate and part-time students with immunizations required for matriculation and referrals to community Health Care Providers, but is not able to provide ongoing clinical care.


All medical visits to the Student Health Center are confidential. Health records are completely separate from other University records. Access is limited to authorized Student Health Center personnel only. The Student Health Center will discuss/release personal medical information only with the student's written permission. Students may obtain a consent form for the release of medical information at the Student Health Center. This release is valid for the specified visit/illness only. This is a legal requirement. See Emergencies for additional information regarding emergency situations.

Student Survey

We welcome student feedback. This brief, confidential survey about your recent Student Health Center visit takes less than five minutes to complete. You may choose to remain anonymous or to give your name and contact information.

Contact Us

Fairfield University Student Health Center
1073 North Benson Road
Fairfield, CT 06824

(203) 254-4000, ext. 2241
Fax: (203) 254-4263
(Please use email only for routine, non-urgent communication).

Health Alert

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), state and local health departments, and other clinical and public health partners are investigating a multistate outbreak of severe pulmonary disease associated with e-cigarette product (devices, liquids, refill pods, and/or cartridges) use. This investigation is ongoing and has not identified a cause, but all reported cases have a history of using e-cigarette products. E-cigarettes are devices that deliver an aerosol to the user by heating a liquid that usually contains nicotine, flavorings, and other chemicals. E-cigarettes can also be used to deliver marijuana or other substances.

Mission, Vision & Values


The Student Health Center is committed to providing accessible, culturally competent and high quality health care, guided by best practices, to address the needs of mind, body and spirit.


The Student Health Center enhances the lives of our students by encouraging healthy lifestyle choices and promoting personal responsibility for one’s health and wellness through patient centered care and health education outreach.


  • Respect and compassion for all
  • The provision of student centered services
  • Professional excellence and responsiveness
  • Ethical practice consistent with the “Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services”
  • Multidisciplinary and collaborative approaches to healthcare
  • Active involvement of students

Patient Rights And Responsibilities

You have the right to:

  • Be treated with consideration, dignity and respect
  • Know the names and professional status of people serving you
  • Be provided with appropriate privacy
  • Be provided, to the degree known, complete information concerning your diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and prognosis
  • Have access to information concerning health education, self-care and prevention of illness
  • Know the effectiveness and possible side effects of all forms of treatment
  • Refuse to be examined or treated by health care providers and to be informed of the possible consequences of such decisions
  • Select and/or change your health care provider if other providers are available
  • Information about Student Health Center services, related costs, after hours care and emergency care
  • Be assured of the confidential treatment of disclosures and records, and to have the opportunity to approve or refuse the release of such information except when release of specific information is required by law or as necessary to safeguard you or the university community
  • Be given the opportunity to participate in decisions involving your health care
  • Present a concern or complaint with the knowledge that your care or service will not be jeopardized
  • Have optimal quality of care provided within the resources and scope of the Student Health Center practice

You have the responsibility to:

  • Seek medical attention promptly, and subsequently, to report any significant changes in symptoms or failure to improve
  • Provide the Student Health Center with complete and accurate information about your health, medication both prescribed and over the counter, dietary supplements, and any allergies or sensitivities
  • Respect Student Health Center health care providers and staff, other patients, clinic policies and operating hours
  • Keep appointments or cancel in advance
  • Ask about anything you do not understand
  • Follow the treatment plan prescribed by your Student Health Center health care provider and participate in your care
  • Inform your Student Health Center health care provider about any living will, medical power of attorney or any other medical directive that could affect your care.  Visit for more information (Advance Directives PDF).
  • Provide useful feedback about services and policies (consider utilizing our Suggestion Box in the reception area or our on-line survey on our webpage:
  • To bring forward suggestions or grievances, please contact the Director of the Student Health Center, Julia Duffy, APRN at (203) 254-4000, ext. 2241 or e-mail: or

When you have questions, please ask. When you are satisfied, please comment. When you are not satisfied, please let us know. Thank you.

Health Insurance

All full-time undergraduate, graduate, and second degree nursing students will be enrolled in, and billed for, the University-sponsored health insurance policy, unless the student is already enrolled in a comparable health insurance plan. If the student already has health insurance, a waiver must be completed in order for a credit to appear on the student’s bill. 

Food Allergies

The University recognizes allergic reactions to food are an important health issue. We are asking incoming students to review the checklist below and to carefully follow each directive.

Travel Health

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention offers a web site dedicated to providing comprehensive and current information related to travel and health. Information regarding vaccines, travel medicine, and general advice is posted on this web site. Travelers may also search for destination specific information and review posted Travel Health Notices.

Health Education

Health Education health topics provides students self care guidelines to manage your ailment(s).

Collegiate Health Service Corps (CHSC)

The Collegiate Health Service Corps (CHSC) is a health career club at Fairfield University. The CHSC mission is to expose undergraduate students to health careers through service learning experiences that promote preventative health care. The CHSC is facilitated by co-advisors from the Fairfield University Student Health Center and AmeriCorps members through the Southwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC). The required service training is provided to club members by AHEC.

Examples of on-campus CHSC health outreach programs include:  presenting health topics to Fairfield University students, organizing an annual health fair and participation in weekly meetings with structured learning experiences on pertinent health topics. The CHSC also partners with various other groups on campus to promote health and wellness education to the university community. Officers are elected annually.

Several benefits of membership in the CHSC include:

  • Improved knowledge of health careers
  • Participation in meaningful service
  • Gain experience in the health care field
  • Build student resume with excellent leadership opportunities

For additional information or questions please contact Barbara Mulhern, APRN, FNP-BC ( or Anne Larcheveque, RN, BSN ( at the Student Health Center.

Meet The Staff

Meet the staff at the Student Health Center.

Medical Services

The Student Health Center offers general medical appointment, women's health clinic, on-site lab and pharmacy services, community HCPs, immunizations and more.


For Medical Emergencies, please call Public Safety at (203)254-4000, ext.4090 for immediate assistance. All Public Safety Officers are certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs).

New Students

In this section, new students at Fairfield can review information regarding mandatory health related requirements, health insurance requirements, students with chronic medical conditions and food allergies.


The State of Connecticut General Statutes Section 10-155 and Fairfield University require each full-time or matriculating student to provide proof of immunity or screening against measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, meningitis and tuberculosis. Immunization forms and fact sheets can be found in this section.

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