New students must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination by July 15 in order to register for classes.
Learn more about Whittier's vaccination policy
Call 562.464.4548 to schedule medical Televisits.
If you have other medical needs (not related to respiratory illnesses) such as physical exam, STI testing, immunizations, GYN concerns, etc., please call 562.464.4548 to schedule an appointment.
It also offers holistic services at affordable prices and free nutrition counseling.
The Student Health & Wellness Center is staffed throughout the academic year by multiple providers that hold rotating office hours Monday-Friday and see patients on an appointment-basis only. Walk-ins are welcomed on Monday mornings. The health center is also staffed by a full-time Nurse Practitioner and Licensed Vocational Nurse. During the summer, a Nurse Practitioner and Licensed Vocational Nurse provide care and assistance under a reduced clinic schedule.
There is no charge for a visit, however any medications prescribed, in-house labs, vaccines, or procedures will incur a fee. The nurse or provider can inform you of these fees ahead of time. Although no health insurance is required to see one of our providers, it is required for lab testing or for outside services such as x-rays or when seeing a specialist.
Cash payments above $20.00 will not be accepted. Therefore any bill above $20.00 must be billed to your student account or paid by credit card or check.
Call the Health Center at 562.464.4548 or make an appointment through the student health portal.
As a courtesy to other students, please note that we charge a $20.00 no-show fee to your student account if you fail to cancel your appointment with a provider at least 2 hours prior to your appointment time.
All Whittier College full-time undergraduate students can use the services of the health center regardless of their insurance carrier. Undergraduate students automatically pay health services fees as part of their tuition, which is assessed by the Business Office at the beginning of each semester.
A part-time student must be enrolled in at least six (6) units per semester to be eligible to use the health center. In addition, part-time students wishing to use the health center must pay a $75 semester fee.
A semester fee of $75 is assessed to graduate and law students wishing to use the services of the health center at the time of the initial visit.