Summer Recess Medical Care

Click here for Automated Reporting Information to report a Positive Covid test. DO NOT submit this form to report a negative test result. Please fill out this form to report your Covid + symptoms and needed information for isolation.  If an immunocompromised student would like to be relocated during their roommate’s isolation, that student should submit this form.  A limited number of rooms are available for this purpose.

Access to Student Health Portal (electronic medical records)- upload medical forms, check on status of appointments, print out receipts for services rendered and send and receive secure messages from Health Center providers and staff.  Students also have the ability to view and print visit summaries and progress notes.  Use your Wesleyan email credentials to log in here.

Covid Vaccination After Care instructions


Silver Cloud Mental Health Online Platform

Influenza/Flu-Like Illness

Emergencies and Urgent Care Info.

Academic Year Medical Care:
Need help figuring out if you need an appointment at the Health Center?  Call and ask to speak with a nurse at 860-685-2470.

Visits to the Health Center are free; however, limited, incidental charges for in-house testing (i.e. rapid mono/strep/flu, Rx and over-the- counter medication) will be charged to the student account for students with private insurance (we also accept cash or check).  Students may print a walkout statement to file to insurance by logging in to the medical electronic portal. Routine laboratory testing sent to Quest is billed directly from the vendor to insurance plans. However, a $10.00 lab processing fee is charged via Student Accounts for both private and school insurance plans.

Students with the university-sponsored insurance will be covered at 100% for in-house testing, labs and Rx meds when treated by a DHC provider, however, a $10 internal lab processing fee will be charged to the student account for labs being sent out to Quest.  Over-the-counter products will also be charged to the student account (we also accept cash or check).

Our mission is to provide high quality healthcare and health promotion to improve students' overall health, to support their educational goals, and to develop skills for long-term healthy lifestyles.

Our vision is to meet the health, education and wellness promotion needs of students and members of the campus community in an up-to-date facility through high quality, relevant, efficient and competitively priced services and programs. A diverse team of professionals who believe that "health" involves every aspect of well-being: emotional, nutritional, sexual, spiritual and physical provides comprehensive primary care for illness and injury.

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After Hours

On-Call Services phone: 860-685-2470

emergency call x 3333 or 9-911

Counseling and Psychological Services