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The following information is provided as a resource regarding Arizona State University (ASU) policies and resources available to all students to maintain their health and wellness. Please read the following carefully.
All ASU students are required to provide proof of receipt of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) immunization in order to register for classes. International students should complete the MMR immunization requirements soon after being admitted to ASU and before coming to the U.S. in order to not delay the course registration process. Learn more about the MMR immunization requirements.
International exchange students are automatically enrolled in the ASU Student Health Insurance plan, which is mandatory for ALL international students. The fee cannot be waived, even if your university provides you with mandatory insurance as well. This cost of the insurance will be charged to a student’s ASU student account and can be paid through the MyASU “Finances” Tab. The plan provides several health resources but does not cover the cost of dental services or personal property. Please note that the ASU Student Health Insurance coverage dates include a 4-week pre-arrival fee, even if you are not in the U.S. The insurance can be used in all 50 U.S. states. Read more about what is covered under this insurance at the Arizona State University student health insurance plan website.
Term of Study
Approximate Start Date
Approximate End Date
July 25, 2020
December 31, 2020
Academic Year 2020-2021
July 25, 2020
August 15, 2021
December 1, 2019
August 15, 2020
Calendar Year 2020
December 1, 2019
January 2, 2021
911 is an emergency telephone number ONLY. If you or anyone else are involved in a life and death situation (the victim of a crime, automobile accident, severe illness, etc.) do not hesitate to dial "911" on the nearest telephone. DO NOT ABUSE THIS SERVICE! You may be fined for using this number to simply find out general information about emergency services.
ASU Health Services provides several health and wellness resources for students, including acupuncture, allergy clinic, chiropractic care, dermatology, gynecology, immunizations, laboratory, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, orthopedics, pharmacy, primary doctor care, x-rays, and more.
If ASU Health Services is closed, a health service clinician is available to ASU Students for medical advice. To access this service please call 800.293.5775. Other service locations and hours can be found here.
A student’s wellness is very important to their success. ASU promotes balanced and healthy lifestyles through various wellness resources, activities, and information. View a list of ASU health and wellness resources.
ASU provides counseling services to support international students through various challenges by addressing academic and personal concerns in an environment that is new and unfamiliar.
The use of tobacco and alcohol are prohibited on all ASU property, facilities, grounds, parking structures, and outdoor areas. ASU recognizes that tobacco and alcohol are public health hazards and promotes a more healthy, comfortable and productive environment by being tobacco- and alcohol-free. Learn more about ASU’s tobacco-free policy and resources.
The ASU Disability Resource Center provides services and resources for students with a physical or mental impairment to help students with their success at ASU. U.S. law provides rights and protection designed to remove barriers which prevent persons with disabilities from accessing the same educational and employment opportunities as persons without disabilities. Advanced notification of accessibility needs is required in order to arrange services and resources. Please notify an SAO International Coordinator regarding accessibility needs.