Study Abroad Experiences
What were the most challenging aspects of your abroad experience?
“Figuring out how to live in a foreign country. It took about a month to get used to the language, the city, and the people.”Jessica Y. (ISI Florence, Italy Fall, 2014)
Health insurance is required for all students attending Marywood University. The University's Student Health Benefit Plan provides comprehensive health coverage to University undergraduate, graduate, and international students (spouses and children are not included). The cost for a complete year’s coverage beginning on August, 2015 is $1,768 for all students. (For students beginning in January, 2016, the charge for coverage from January through August will be $1,148). This charge will be added to your tuition and fees invoice from Marywood. If you have other coverage, including coverage from your government sponsorship or choose to purchase other insurance, please refer to Marywood's Student Health Services website for directions on how to waive (opt) out of this insurance. REMEMBER to waive out within the allotted period of time, until September 15, 2015, or the charge for this insurance will remain on your bill for payment. If you have any questions regarding insurance, please contact the International Affairs Office or Marywood's Student Health Services department.
Waiver and further information about the insurance coverage may be obtained through the Bollinger Insurance, Inc. website.
Student Health Services
Any student who chooses to use the Student Health Services office must have a Health History and Physical form on file before non-emergency services will be provided. All International students and residents are required to complete and submit the form.
- Treatment for illnesses, injuries; Provides health care information
- Referrals to off-campus physicians, dentists and specialists
- Yearly physical exams are offered for those students whose majors require them. This is true for student athletes.
- a full list of services is available on the Student Health Services website.
Loughran Hall, Terrace Level
Fall and Spring Semesters
Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Office opens two weeks prior to start of the Fall Semester thru May
Office is closed when Resident Halls are closed
After hours, students are referred to a local Hospital Emergency Department
Questions or concerns can be directed to: email@example.com, RN, Director of Student Health Services or by calling 570-348-6249 during normal business hours.