Current Students

Mission

As a provider of Christ-Centered competent and compassionate health care, the Asbury University Student Health Service is dedicated to enhancing the educational process by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning, promoting an optimal level of wellness, and enabling students to make informed decisions about health-related concerns.

Services

Student Health Services offers appointments with registered nurses who evaluate health problems, treat according to protocol, and contact the University physician as needed. The physician holds regular clinic hours throughout the week. Consultations by appointment are available at no charge to students (with the exception of certain physicals). For further information on services and fees, see our nominal charge list (PDF).

Location

Student Health Services is a one-story brick building located behind the cafeteria and to the left of the Aldersgate Commons Apartments (corner of West College and Hughes - view the campus map). We may be contacted by calling 859-858-3511 ...

  • for appointments and information, dial ext. 2277
  • for the nurses' station, dial ext. 2276

Hours

During Fall and Spring semesters, Student Health Service is open from Monday - Friday, 9AM until 4PM. The doctor has appointments on Monday and Thursday from 9AM until 2PM.

Eligibility

The Health Services are available to all undergraduate students enrolled in at least nine hours per semester during the regular academic year or at least three hours during summer school.   Because privileges at the Health Service are provided by tuition paid each semester, this benefit does not extend to spouses and/ or children of students regardless of insurance coverage.

 After Hours/Emergent Care

A registered nurse is available for emergencies after hours by contacting the University switchboard (ext. 0). An emergency kit in each residence hall is accessible through the RA or RD.

Nicholasville Hospitals & Urgent Treatment Centers:

Lexington Area Hospitals:

Lexington Urgent Treatment Centers:

Student Health Insurance

Excuses

Medical Records Release