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Health and Wellness

HNU offers a variety of health and wellness resources including counseling, yoga, use of recreational and athletic equipment, and other campus wellness programs. For specific information please contact ext.1510 or wellness@hnu.edu.


Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol 101 Plus aims to help college students make safe and responsible decisions about alcohol. Visit Alcohol101 here »

Mental Health Assessments

HealthyPlace.com is an excellent resource to learn more about ADD/ADHD, addictions, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, gender and GLBT issues, relationships, self-injury, sexuality and much more. Visit HealthyPlace.com here »

Wellness Events

We host a variety of activities on campus throughout the year, such as yoga, mindfulness meditation and Chi Gong. Please check the Hawk Eye Community calendar for Wellness events.

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Student Health Insurance

If you need to acquire health insurance, HNU strongly encourages you to investigate a variety of health insurance plans in order to select one that will best meet your individual health care needs.

Additionally, Holy Names University requires all international students to carry health insurance. International students must provide Admissions a copy of their health insurance policy information.

Learn more about Student Health Insurance: [ get details see more or less ]

Holy Names University will no longer directly enroll students in a health insurance policy. It is your responsibility under the new legislation, to ensure that you have appropriate health insurance coverage.

As of 2010, US federal law requires all US citizens to carry health insurance, and in accordance with this legislation, Holy Names University expects all enrolled students to carry health insurance. This law allows individuals 26 years old and younger the opportunity to remain on parental health insurance policies. Students 26 years of age and under are encouraged to talk with their parents about enrollment in their parents’ policy. For more information regarding young adults’ health insurance coverage, click here.

Questions and help, contact the Health and Wellness Coordinator at ext.1510 or wellness@hnu.edu.


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Resident Student Immunization Requirements

Resident students must provide evidence that they have up-to-date immunizations for Tetanus, MMR, TB, Hepatitis B, and Meningitis. This information must be included with an application for student housing and is required before a student may reside on-campus. A waiver may be requested — contact the Dean for Student Development and Engagement for more information.

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