The health and well-being of our students is of utmost importance to us. Our Wellness Center exists specifically to protect the health of our students and encourage healthy living. Our Center provides a range of services, including:
The Wellness Center is located in Upper Miller Hall and is staffed by a registered nurse. Hours
Mon – 8:30a-3:30p
Tues – 9:30a-2:30p
Wed – 9a-2:30p
Thurs – 9:30a-2:30p
Fri – 9:30a-12:30p
Please reach out to make an appointment at email@example.com
Students and parents are welcome to call, 717.560.8215. Please only leave non-urgent voicemail messages.
All full-time undergraduate students are required to have their Physical Examination, Vaccination Record and, Health Record on file in the Health Services Office. Forms must be completed prior to arriving to campus.
Physical Exam: Please print out the physical exam and have it completed by your health care provider. Once completed, please upload it directly into your documents. To upload your physical exam please do the following:
Health Record: Please complete this Health Record Form.
Vaccinations: All resident students are required to have a meningococcal vaccine. There are two types of meningitis: Meningococcal B and MCV4. Information on meningitis can be found at PA Dept. of Health. Meningitis vaccines can be obtained from your family doctor. Other options include your State Health Center (1661 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, PA, 717.299.7597) or a Travel Health Clinic (Travel Health Services).
If you elect not to be vaccinated, please print and complete the Vaccination Decline Paperwork. Send completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 717.560.8204.
Vaccination Decline Paperwork
Incoming Student Athletes have to fill out the forms about in addition to this form here: Athlete Physical Exam
Drug & Alcohol: Students are expected to comply with LBC’s Drug and Alcohol Policy.
While students are not required to have health insurance it is strongly recommended. Each student is responsible to know his or her own insurance specifics. Questions that are good to answer before coming to campus are:
If you are an uninsured consider visiting healthcare.gov/contact-us to learn more about getting coverage.