Health and Wellness

As an integral part of the mission of student affairs of Marian University, The Student Health Center strives to enhance the educational process by empowering students to be self-directed and well-informed consumers of health care services. The department attempts to modify or remove health-related barriers to learning, promote optimal wellness, and enable individuals to make informed decisions about health-related concerns.

The Catholic Franciscan heritage, coupled with current medical information, guide the implementation of clinical services. These services address a wide range of needs in the form of providing treatment for acute illness, well visits, immunizations, physical exams and promotional health education programs. The Student Health Center provides limited over-the-counter medications and prescriptions when indicated.  The Student Health Center is staffed with both medical and administrative personnel and is within the Student Success and Engagement department of Marian University. 

All Marian University undergraduate and graduate students, including Indianapolis ABSN, Nashville ABSN and Oklahoma ABSN, and MAP students can contact and have access to The Student Health Center.  

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Marian University's statement regarding COVID-19

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