When a student is injured or becomes ill while on campus, contact the Campus Security Police Department at extension 4424 from any campus phone. The Campus Security Police will provide the initial response to a call for assistance.
Official notices will then be sent to their instructors and the Registrar. Absences of less than three days should be a matter resolved between the student and the instructor. Students should contact their instructors directly to make up homework assignments. When this contact cannot be made, instructors will contact the student or family. Students are encouraged to notify their instructors regarding any medical problems.
Hospitalization and accident insurance is available for full- and part-time students through the insurance companies listed below. These are basic coverage policies with deductibles and co-pays. You can check with any insurance agent for other policies that may have increased health coverage benefits and or lower deductibles and co-pays.
Information for United Health Care policy and sign up: https://www.uhcsr.com/SelfServiceSupport/Students/CollegeHome.aspx
Information on the Wayne County Young Adult policy: http://waynecounty.com/mygovt/hhs/patientcare/hcyoungadult.aspx. You must call 1-800-Well-Now (1-800-935-5669), for additional information and sign-up. This insurance is only for students living in Wayne County.
Insurance brochures are available at: Admissions & Enrollment Center, Business Office, Counseling Center, Transition Center and the Radcliff Center Office.