New Student Information
We’re glad you’re here! As a new student, there are several health-related requirements that you must fulfill so we can serve your healthcare needs.
As a first step, please provide your health history, immunization records and insurance information using the Medicatconnect portal. This should be done prior to arriving for orientation. Until this information is entered, a hold will be placed on your registration for the following semester.
At the Medicatconnect portal, you’ll be asked to complete the:
- Health history form which requires all pertinent physical and mental health information. If you have a chronic medical or mental health condition, please complete the Plan of Care form as your health care will be best served when there is collaboration with your primary care provider.
- Immunization record which would include all immunizations you have received in childhood, adulthood and travel vaccines. We require that you have had two (2) measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) immunizations given after your first birthday. Wisconsin residents can often find their immunization records in the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). You may waive out of required immunizations by contacting Health & Wellness Services and completing the Conviction Waiver form which is required to be placed on file at this office. However, this may result in your quarantine if a vaccine-preventable disease develops on campus.
- Health insurance policy information. If you don’t provide health insurance information, we’ll automatically enroll you in the St. Norbert College/WAICU Option One, high deductible health plan.
Intercollegiate athletes have additional requirements, which can be viewed on the athletics department website. These include specific forms that must be completed before participating in any intercollegiate sport.
All medical and mental health records are confidential and subject to compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). They are secure under the regulations of the HITECH Act. Records can be released only with your written consent.