Student Medical Form
All resident and commuter undergraduate students and any graduate students who will live in University housing will receive a Student Medical Form included with their acceptance letter. This form must be filled out by your doctor and returned to the University’s Student Health Center by the time you register. You may bring this form with you. In addition to your other required inoculations and vaccinations, it is important that you have a measles inoculation. If you need a copy of the form you can visit the Student Health Center website. Failure to complete this requirement will result in a restriction placed on your records, a delay in your registration, and inability to attend classes.
Marymount requires international students to have health insurance, and the University sponsors a low-cost student health insurance plan for graduate and undergraduate students. All registered F-1 commuter students will automatically be charged the premium for this insurance plan on their Student Accounts bills. The insurance premium for F-1 resident students is included as part of the room and board fees.
If you already have adequate medical insurance coverage, and do not require the insurance coverage offered through Marymount’s plan, please complete the waiver form available from the International Student Services Office, and include a copy of the insurance card provided by your health insurer. Take the form to the Student Health Center, located on the 1st floor of Berg Hall, or mail this information to Marymount University, Student Health Center, 2807 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22207. After your waiver is approved, your student account will be credited.
A request for a waiver must be completed by the final day of registration and submitted to the International Student Services Office.