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Considerations for Specific Students
Colleges and universities have a diverse student body, and some students may have needs that are different than those of the general student population. Campuses typically provide resources to support their many different students.
Dining Options and Eating Well
Your Rights and Responsibilities
As a student and as a patient, you have both rights and responsibilities. Understanding these will help you better navigate campus health and wellness services and be an advocate for your own health and wellness.
Accessing Health and Wellness Services
Emotionally Preparing for College
Housing: What to Know Before You Go
As a college student, you may have a variety of living options from which to choose, both on and off campus. So much of the college experience happens outside of the classroom, and your living situation is no exception. Learn about housing options in college and how to maximize your experience.
Health insurance isn’t just an unnecessary fee; it can help you afford treatment and prevention services for minor issues as well as emergencies so that you don’t face health and wellness issues or financial burdens that could interfere with staying in school.
It’s important to know how to get and fill any prescriptions you may need, whether they are medications you are currently on or a new prescription written by a health care provider at your campus health center.
Taking a Leave of Absence and Hardship Withdrawal
Studying or Traveling Abroad
Transitioning Out of College
There are lots of changes that you might experience post-college. You may be starting graduate school, a new job, or are on the job hunt. Regardless of what you are doing, you may miss college and the opportunities that came with it—a lively social scene, easily-accessible services (such as a dining hall, recreation center, and libraries), and staff who were focused on helping you succeed. That doesn’t mean you can’t find your niche elsewhere—you may just have to look a little harder to find it.