Health Services Requirements and Forms

At the University of New Haven, we value your health and that of our entire campus community.

Health Services Requirements

A health examination and proof of immunizations is required of all new students. For fall entry, new incoming undergraduate students must submit documentation to us by July 1 BY USING THE ROAD MAP. New incoming graduate students must submit documentation prior to registering for classes in their first term.

If you have received the required vaccines, please submit proof of immunity, i.e. records from school, parent's records or copies of lab results of blood tests (for rubella and rubeola titers), along with the completed physical form with the Health Examination and Immunizations Form. Digital submission following the steps outlined below is highly encouraged. For those bringing physical copies to campus, please note: We highly recommend that you make copies of all forms for your personal records prior to bringing the forms to our office.

Varsity athletes or those in certain Health Sciences programs may need to complete a physical (see page 6 of the Health Examination and Immunization form). If so, and due to the busy nature of many physicians' practices, we recommend scheduling a physical examination and (if necessary) immunizations with your doctor as soon as possible.

CoVerified: HIPAA-Compliant Document Submission

Starting in Fall 2021, University of New Haven will be using CoVerified for HIPAA-Compliant document submission to our Office of Health Services. This includes the required physical examination form and required vaccination records. More information about how to download and use the CoVerified app will be added to this page, soon.

Additional Forms and Information

Patient Financial Responsibility Notice
For all students.
This notice details the financial responsibility students bear for the health care they receive at and/or through Health Services at the University of New Haven. Please note: This notice is provided here for your information and review. You do not need to download and return this form now - students will be asked to sign this form at the time they utilize Health Services.

Authorization for Access/Release of Medical Information
For students who request their medical records. Please allow up to two weeks for requested records to be sent. State law requires that the university keep medical files for a period of seven years after a student has left the institution. After that time period, all records are destroyed. Please contact Health Services for further information regarding your medical records.

Emergencies and After Hours Care
Click here for a printable list of care centers.