Student Medical Form:
The Medicat Patient Portal contains the health forms that all admitted students are required to complete to study at Marymount University.
- The required forms on the Medicat Patient Portal are the TB Skin test (PPD) Screening Questions, the Emergency contact form, the Proof of Immunization, and the Minor Consent (if applicable)
- Vaccinations (Immunizations) and all forms must be translated into English and submitted no later than August 1st. Failure to do so will result in a restriction or hold placed on your account and a delay in registering for classes.
- Please log in to Medicat and view the Health Care Welcome Letter for additional important information
- Follow these directions to log in to Medicat.
Watch the Medicat Portal Tutorial
Students who do not have their immunization records have the following options:
- If you are close to Arlington, VA makes an appointment with the Student Health Center to get a blood test* that will determine what vaccinations you may miss.
** Blood work will be billed to your health insurance.
**Vaccines are administered at no cost
- If you are not close to campus, you can receive your vaccinations at a mini-clinic, urgent care, or your county’s health department
- If you are outside of the U.S. contact your primary health provider for guidance
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement:
In order to ensure that the University is able to offer a safe, face-to-face educational and living experience to all of our student body next semester, the administration has decided to establish a requirement that all Marymount students, faculty, and staff receive the COVID-19 vaccine for the Fall 2021 semester. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered and granted for those who qualify.
Having our entire community vaccinated against this virus is the best way for Marymount to move forward and minimize any potential disruptions to in-person return to classes.
VACCINATION GUIDANCE AND PROCEDURES
- Submit a photo of your vaccination card at https://marymount.edu/medicat by September 30, 2021.
- If you are in the US, be proactive and schedule your vaccination in the different available places.
- If you are abroad and are not able to get a vaccine, Marymount will hold a vaccination clinic on August 27th and for the second dose on September 17th. The health center will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. Remember you have until September 30 to submit your vaccination record.
- If you received all doses of any of the WHO-approved vaccines, you do not need to get vaccinated in the US again.
- If you only received one dose of any WHO-approved you will need to get a full (2 dose) vaccination again. Be mindful to wait at least 28 days after receiving the initial vaccine before you schedule your vaccine in the US
- If you are in need of an exemption from the vaccine, please print and fill out this form, then return it to Student Health Services (SHS) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person.
- If your exemption is approved and/or you do not plan to get the vaccine, after September 30, 2021, you will need to get a COVID-19 test and share negative results weekly throughout the semester to SHS. Students who do not comply with this requirement will be referred to Student Conduct.
Marymount’s updated COVID-19 campus protocols and vaccine FAQs can be found here.
Marymount requires all undergraduate students taking 12 or more credits and graduate students taking 9 or more credits to have health insurance. The University sponsors a low-cost student health insurance plan for graduate and undergraduate students. All full-time registered students will automatically be charged the premium for this insurance plan on their Student Accounts bill.
Health insurance coverage requirements:
- A student who has their third party insurance or one provided by their sponsor should make sure that they have the following minimum coverage in the Arlington, VA area
- Access to local doctors, specialists, hospitals, and other health care providers in emergency and non-emergency situations
- Coverage for inpatient and outpatient hospitalization
- Coverage for lab work, diagnostic x-rays, physical therapy and chiropractic care, emergency room treatment, ambulance services, and prescription coverage
- Coverage for inpatient and outpatient mental health, substance abuse, and counseling services
Health Insurance Waiver:
If you already have adequate medical insurance coverage and do not require the insurance coverage offered through Marymount’s plan, please complete the online waiver form by October 1st, 2021. After your waiver is approved, your student account will be credited. This waiver must be completed at the beginning of each academic year before the stated deadline. Otherwise, Marymount will charge you automatically for its insurance plan.
For any other medical question or concern please visit the student health center webpage or contact them at email@example.com or call them at (703) 284-1610
Watch the Health Insurance Waiver Tutorial
Alternative Insurance Providers that have partnerships with Marymount
Other Health Insurance Options
- https://intlstudentprotection.com/get-a-quote/for-international-students-scholars/Short-term Coverage
- https://www.imglobal.com/travel-medical-insurance/patriot-exchange-programMedical Evacuation and Repatriation Coverage
- https://www.hginsurance.com/Dependent-Only Coverage Available