Monday – Friday: 9AM - 5PM
Health Services Summer Hours of Operation
The Wellness Center will be open for administrative purposes only during the summer:
Monday – Thursday: 9AM – 4PM
Friday: 9AM – 1PM
Health Services promotes the physical and emotional well-being of students through the provision of accessible and comprehensive on-campus student health care and educational outreach.
- Non-urgent evaluation and treatment of student episodic illnesses.
- Immunizations against measles, mumps, rubella & meningitis
- Tuberculosis screening
- Suture removal
- Diagnostic testing – on site testing done at the time of visit. All other labs sent to outside laboratories will be billed to student private insurance.
- STD Screening
- Seasonal Flu vaccine
St. Vincent's Mobile Mammography Bus to Visit Campus
March 2, 2017
Fairfield, Conn. - St. Vincent's Medical Center's Mobile Mammography Coach will be on the campus of Sacred Heart University on March 17, 2017, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. The event is co-sponsored by the Sacred Heart University College of Nursing's Faith Community Nurse Program. To make an appointment, call 203-576-5501. Walk-ins are welcome.
Sacred Heart Hosts Third Campaign Against Binge Drinking
February 14, 2017
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Sacred Heart University kicked off its third annual LessThanUThink (LTUT) campaign against binge drinking Monday, Feb. 6, with a dodgeball tournament at the Pitt Center. The campaign will run for four weeks leading up to a pre-spring break event Monday, Feb. 27. The LTUT campaign originated at the University of Alabama and has since grown to other universities across the country. It is a student-generated campaign to educate college-age students about responsible alcohol consumption and the definition of binge drinking. The campaign uses humor to emphasize the negative social and physical consequences of college-age binge drinking.
2016 Mumps Outbreak Update
April 27, 2016
Fairfield, Conn. - This message is to inform you that March 22, 2016, several Sacred Heart University students were identified as having the mumps. These students have fully recovered. Since then The Wellness Center has been working with the Connecticut Department of Public Health and the Fairfield Health Department because mumps is a communicable viral illness. The University has implemented public health protocols to minimize transmission. Since then there have been 17 others being investigated and 8 have been confirmed cases.