The Center for Student Wellness, located in Doyle Hall, is committed to an integrated healthcare approach to serve the students in a holistic manner. We are a multidisciplinary team comprised of medical professionals (e.g., doctor, nurses, and medical assistant) and mental health counselors. We aim to be collaborative partners within our Division of Student Affairs in effort to educate our students and community to promote overall wellbeing.
Doyle Hall 122
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
We operate as a functioning physician's office, seeing patients by appointment. We do our best to service all students in a timely manner. Under normal circumstances, walk-ins are welcome, depending on patient backlog.
We operate as a medical clinic, with a full-time medical doctor, nurses and medical assistant on staff, to provide general care for all full-time undergraduate and graduate students.
Insurance is required for all full-time students, but is not required to utilize Health Services. (Insurance is used for services, medications, and equipment that is not provided on campus, such as X-rays, referrals to off-campus providers, ambulance transportation, etc.)
Full-time mental health counselors offer confidential individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, education and prevention services, and support groups (as needed) on a variety of issues to include but not limited to anxiety, depression, family/relationship issues, disordered eating/body image, grief and loss, sexual assault. Our counselors may also be seen presenting on various topics directly related to mental wellness and success.
Health insurance required of all full-time students
All students attending St. Bonaventure full time must have health insurance. Students may purchase the SBU Student Health Insurance Policy or maintain coverage through a parent/guardian's policy.
All full-time undergraduate students (at least 12 credits) will be automatically enrolled in the St. Bonaventure plan and the charge will be added to your student account. Students may, however, elect to opt out of the SBU plan if they desire to keep their current health insurance coverage.
If you are coming to St. Bonaventure from another state or another region in New York state, or if you are an international student, please give serious consideration to enrolling in the SBU plan to ensure coverage in the Olean, Allegany and Bradford (Pa.) area.
Other health forms & important information
All incoming students should submit any health forms and immunization records by any of the following methods:
- via fax to (716) 375-7892
- regular USPS mail addressed to:
St. Bonaventure University
Center for Student Wellness
PO Box 2469
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
- uploading them to to the SBU Student/Patient Portal
Students requesting a leave of absence for medical reasons are subject to the university's medical leave of absence and readmission procedures