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Health Resources

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These health resources are available to DePaul students:

The Office of Health Promotion & Wellness offers a wide variety of educational programs related to health and well-being. Students can review programs or request a program to be led by staff members, graduate assistants, or the Health Education Action Team (HEAT)

DePaul is requiring all degree-seeking students to have health insurance. For students needing health coverage, DePaul has partnered with Academic HealthPlans (AHP) and UnitedHealthcare to provide a comprehensive insurance plan for you.   

College is a time of significant change, growth, and independence. While it's an exciting period, it can also be stressful. This unique blend of challenges and opportunities makes mental health a crucial aspect of a college student's life. Students may reach out to the following departments to access mental health resources: 

• Office of Health Promotion & Wellness

• University Counseling & Psychological Services

Health Services are offered for on-campus residents only at the DePaul Student Health Clinic at Munroe Hall. The program offers basic medical care for minor illnesses and injuries to all students living in DePaul housing. It is NOT a health insurance plan. 

DePaul University complies with the Illinois Department of Health, which requires students to provide proof of immunization for Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis, Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Meningococcal.

For more information about immunization requirements, visit DePaul’s Immunization webpage.  

A range of resources are offered by the Office of Health Promotion & Wellness to promote sexual health as an aspect of one’s holistic well-being and framed in a healthy relationship. 

Students who are facing financial hardships, including food insecurity, can register to access The Basic Needs Hub, which offers a number of resources, such as food, toiletries, and clothing. There are Basic Needs Hub locations on the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses.

Students with an unexpected, documented financial emergency to the extent that current circumstances will impede or suspend progress towards degree completion should contact the Dean of Students Office for more information about the criteria of this emergency fund and application process. 

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