1. Who is eligible to use the Wellness Center?
2. Do I need an appointment?
3. What if I need medical attention after hours or during weekends?
4. What should I do if I have a medical emergency?
5. Who will be treating me at Health Services?
6. Can the Center fill prescriptions?
7. Is there a fee for using services?
8. What vaccinations are required?
9. Does the Wellness Center help provide birth control?
All currently enrolled Rollins students are eligible to use the Wellness Center for counseling services through CAPS as well as medical services through Health Services.
Students are strongly encouraged to call for an appointment. The Rollins Wellness Center is located at 118 W. Fairbanks Avenue and is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
If you have a medical or mental health emergency, dial 911. If you are in crisis, call Campus Safety at 407-646-2999 and they will put you in contact with one of our counselors.
If you need medical attention after hours, we recommend using one of the following facilities located close to campus:
Centra Care on Aloma Avenue at SR436
Hours of Operation:
Or Centra Care on Lee Rd just east of Interstate-4
Hours of Operation:
In case of emergency, call (or ask someone to call) 911 to dispatch rescue personnel immediately.
Most of your medical care as a Rollins student will be provided by an advanced registered nurse practitioner who is able to diagnose and treat most common physical health problems and prescribe medications.
The Rollins Wellness Center does not operate a dispensary. You will need to take prescriptions to credentialed drugstores such as: Colonial Pharmacy located on New England Street one half blocks east of Park Avenue, Taylor’s Pharmacy on Park Avenue, or a local Walgreens, CVS or Publix which are accessible a short distance from campus by bike, taxi or car ride.
Counseling services are offered free of charge to all currently enrolled students (undergraduate and graduate students).
For medical appointments, there is no fee for office visits. A reasonable fee is charged for any labs or tests performed. Those with the Student Health Insurance plan are billed through their insurance plan. Those without the Student Health Insurance plan owe at the time services are rendered. You do not have to have the Student Health Insurance plan to use the Wellness Center.
Fees are due at time of service. Fees are subject to change.
Rollins no longer requires proof of vaccinations for attendance. No immunization records need to be submitted.
Immunizations are important to general health and we do strongly encourage certain immunizations, such as:
• Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
• Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (TdaP)
• Hepatitis B, (Hep B)
• Meningitis (MCV4)
• Varicella (or history of Chicken Pox)
• Tuberculosis screening test (PPD), International Students only
All of the recommended vaccines are available through the Wellness Center, including:
• Hepatitis A (Hep A)
• HPV (Gardasil)
Students can make an appointment for contraceptive counseling. If hormonal contraception (birth control pills or the Depo Provera injection) is desired, a Well Woman Visit/Consultation or record of a normal GYN examination from another physician, performed within the past 12 months, is required. Please call for more information. Prescribed contraception options that are available at the Wellness Center are oral contraceptives, Nuva-ring and the Depo Provera injection. All prescriptions must be filled off site as we do not operate a dispensary.