Health Requirements and Info

 

Proper health care is a vital element for every student’s physical development and well-being. To keep our students healthy, Chaminade University supports State of Hawai`i health requirements and offers student health insurance plans.

Important Healthcare Reform Update (3/12/14)

Requirements and Forms

  • Undergraduate: See complete Health Requirements information for new undergraduate students. You must send in your documentation before attending. All new Chaminade University students are required by the State of Hawai`i to provide proof of immunity from Tuberculosis (TB), as well as Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) prior to enrollment.
  • Professional and Continuing Education students can download the Health Form here.
  • Reference: Hawai`i State Department of Health Administrative Rules.

All students living in Chaminade University housing, students with International status, and intercollegiate athletes must show proof of current health insurance prior to the start of enrollment.

Discounted student health insurance plans are available through the Hawai`i Medical Service Association (HMSA) under the Chaminade University/University of Hawai‘i Student Health Insurance Plans. Plans are also available to students through Kaiser Permanente.

Student Health Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

Transportation Notice

Students living in Chaminade University housing without automobiles may qualify for free alternative means of transportation to and from the following health services clinics:

Kapi`olani Medical Center
Straub Hospital Honolulu
Kaiser Permanente Honolulu
Straub Clinic & Hospital Hawaii Kai
Queen’s Medical Center
Kahala Urgent Care

Please inquire with staff in Student Support Services or Residential Life for more information.

Student Health Resources

Student Health 101

Student Health 101 is a free online health and wellness magazine and your resource on how to maximize your college experience. Click here to view the current issue of Student Health 101.

Annual General Health Guide

For more information about health services, please call Student Support Services at (808) 735-4724.