Student Health Center addresses some frequently asked questions relating to the Roaring Return.
Will the Student Health Center be open?
Yes. The hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and they are closed for lunch. They will open on August 10, 2020.
How can I reach you this summer, if I have a medical question?
The Student Health Center is closed until August 10; however we regularly check our email LUstudenthealth@bjc.org.
Who has access to the Student Health Center?
All full-time undergraduate students and all residential students can access the Student Health Center.
Can I be tested for COVID-19 at the Student Health Center?
No, but we can provide you with a list of locations close to campus that will test you.
How do I make an appointment?
Due to the safety of our campus community, no walk-ins are permitted. You must have an appointment to access the Student Health Center. To make an appointment, please call (636) 949-4525. If you are granted an in-person appointment, then prior to entering the Wellness Center, please call the office to inform them you have arrived and are in the hallway. They will direct you when to enter and your temperature will be immediately checked.
If I am experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, can I make an appointment?
Yes. You will call (636) 949-4525 to make an appointment. Based on your screening outcome, you will be given a virtual or in-person appointment.
If I need an appointment that is not related to COVID-19 (i.e. immunotherapy shots, physicals, injuries, etc.), can I make an appointment?
Yes. You will call (636) 949-4525 to make an appointment.
Do you take insurance at the Student Health Center?
No. We do not process insurance or any form of payment at the Student Health Center. If a student receives a service that has an associated cost, the cost will be billed to the student’s university ledger at the end of the month. Before the service is administered, the student is informed of the cost and the student approves the cost.