About Health Services for Students at the DePauw Health Wellness Center
The Wellness Center is located on the first floor of Hogate Hall at 800 South Locust Street. The Wellness Center supports the academic success, physical health and mental well-being of all students by providing the highest quality services in a timely and confidential manner.
All services are free unless indicated below.
- Office visits
- Gynecological exams
- Wellness Coaching
- Exercise Counseling
- Musculoskeletal (Dr. David Harsha)
- Testing for HIV and sexually transmitted infections (chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, syphilis, trichomoniasis, herpes)
- Allergy Injections
- TB skin testing
- X-ray -$35
- Lab services
- Medications – $20 oral contraceptive (3 month supply); Plan B; Other short-term antibiotics and anti-inflammatories are available for free.
- Immunizations (Hep A, Hep B, MMR, PPD, Tdap, Influenza, Chicken Pox, Gardasil, Meningitis, Typhoid, Polio, Pre-Rabies) – Costs vary. Billed to student account.
Reach Us Directly
Phone: (765) 658-4555
Fax: (765) 658-4558
Schedule a Medical Appointment
Please call DePauw Health at (765) 658-4555 to schedule an appointment. After September 15th, you will be able to schedule appointments by calling or using MyChart online scheduling.
Schedule a Wellness Coaching Session
Please call (317) 718-8160 to schedule a personalized wellness coaching appointment with a certified Wellness Nurse.
Schedule a Counseling Appointment
To make an appointment to talk with a counselor, please contact (765) 658-4268.
Schedule an Appointment in the School of Music Specialty and Wellness Clinic
DePauw Health Medical Director Dr. David Harsha is available to see School of Music students during weekly office hours on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Physician Office in the Athletic Training Room of the Lilly Rec Center. To schedule an appointment, please call (765) 658-4555.
Hours for Health Services
Click here to view our Wellness Clinic hours for students.
Most health services provided in the Wellness Center have no out-of-pocket costs to students as part of the university’s annual health fee. Specialty health care is available through local and regional-based medical and surgical specialists at Hendricks Regional Health and Putnam County Hospital. The Wellness Center utilizes electronic medical records to enable better coordination of care, faster test results, and more streamlined physician ordering. Information will be securely accessible by healthcare providers. A patient portal will foster greater communication among students and Wellness Center healthcare providers.
Your personal health information is 100% confidential. DePauw University values and understands that your privacy is very important. All information obtained in your biometric wellness screening and health record is confidential, as protected by federal law. DePauw University will not, under any circumstances, have access to individual results.