The Catholic University of America


All students, full time and part time, are eligible for care at CUA's Student Health Services. We are your health care providers away from home. Please browse our Web site to learn more about the services we offer. Feel free to contact us  to ask questions.

For our hours click here.

will be open from 9am-1pm on
Tuesday, December 8th.  This date is a
University holiday.

If you need to speak with the health care provider on call,
click here for instructions.
For a list of local urgen care centers,
click here.

Take the Pledge 


Did you know that if you need to be seen urgently and it is 
after hours, you can make an appointment to be seen at 
Providence Hospital's newly renovated
Pope Francis Emergency Care Center?
Check it out.



Help keep CUA a 
NO FLU Zone!

Student Health Services
has flu vaccine. Call for an 

Cost $25 and will be billed to your 
Student Account.


For Additional Information
on the Flu, click Below.




Immunization Records

All students under the age of 26 are required by DC Law to submit immunization records.

All students being admitted to the University for Spring 2016 are required to submit immunization records by January 11, 2016. Students that have not submitted records or their records are not complete by the add/drop date, January 22, 2016, will have a $100 late fee assessed to their student account. If we have not received your records or they are not complete, it will be reflected in your check list on Cardinal Station. Please see our immunization page for more detailed information and the immunization form that can be downloaded.

 If you are a current student and have noted that your student account has a hold placed on it for "health" reasons, your immunization record may be incomplete or missing. Please contact Student Health Services at  if you have any questions.  This hold will prevent you from being able to register for the Spring 2016 semester.

Medical Consent

If you will be under 18 years of age when you start the semester, please have your parents  sign and complete the medical consent form. This form is required in order to treat you at Student Health Services.