Our mission is to help students achieve and maintain good health, while promoting individual responsibility for their own health care. The central focus is on women’s health and incorporates health promotion, disease prevention, and outpatient medical psychology care for common/minor illnesses and life stresses.
Based on national guidelines and Virginia law, every residential student entering the university must complete and return the health and immunization record. Each student is required to complete the enclosed medical information forms, with the exception of Section IV, which applies only to student athletes.
- Section I, Personal Health History
- Section II, Immunization Record and Tuberculosis Screening form. The signature of a licensed health care provider or certification from a health agency or clinic is required on both the immunization form and the tuberculosis screening form.
- Section III, Physician’s Health Evaluation. A physical exam must be completed within twelve months of entering Hollins.
- Section IV, Prospective Athlete. Completed by all student athletes.
Non-residential full-time traditional, transfer, Adult Horizon, and graduate students are eligible to use Health and Counseling services once they complete the above medical information forms.
Please return completed medical information forms to:
Health and Counseling Services
P.O. Box 9644
Roanoke, VA 24020