Student Life


General Questions

If I am a transfer student do I still have to have a Health History form completed?
All undergraduate and graduate first-year (PharmacyPGx/MAT programs), and transfer students are required to submit a Health History form.

When is my health history form due?
Health forms are due by August 1st.

What if my physical date is scheduled after August 1?
You need to notify your Athletic Trainer.

Where do I send the health history form?
You can upload your completed forms onto your Med+Proctor account. 

Can I have over the counter and/or prescription medications in my dorm room?
Yes, you can keep all personal medications in your dorm. If you need Depo Provera or Allergy injections, a signed provider prescription is required, and medications can be kept in Health Services. * 
*Students are responsible for scheduling their own appointments for each injection.

Can I have my Tb test administered or read at Health Services?
No, you will need to visit a local clinic or a medical laboratory to have services completed. 

What type of care does Health Services provide?
Health Services is intended to complement, not replace, a student’s personal health care provider. Care is given for minor illnesses and injuries.

What does it cost to see the nurse?
There is no charge for students registered at Manchester University, however more serious problems may be referred to a local physician, family physician or specialist. The cost of health care beyond that provided by the center is the responsibility of the student or the student's family.

Where is Health Services located?
The center is located on the first floor of Calvin Ulrey, enter directly behind Helman.

When is the nurse available?
The nurse is available Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are preferred. Please call 260-982-5306 during hours of operations or email anytime to schedule an appointment and a Health Services team member will be in contact.

What if I am ill after hours during the academic year?
If you are ill after office hours you may contact University Safety at 260-982-5999 or call 911 in the event of an emergency.

What is a Student Health Assistant (SHA)?
SHAs work under the supervision of the Director of Health Services and are considered part of the Student Life student staff. SHAs understand, follow, and sign the statement of confidentiality upon beginning employment with Manchester University.

Is my office visit confidential?
Students who are 18 years of age or older are considered adults and have the legal right to medical confidentiality. We do not and will not release any information to anyone about you without your written or verbal consent to do so.

Can my parents have access to my medical records?                                                If you are 18 years of age or older, you may authorize Manchester University's Health Services to use and/or disclose certain protected health information (PHI) to a designated parent/guardian.

How can I get my immunization record?
To obtain your medical records you can log into your Med+Proctor account. You may pay a one-time fee of $10 for lifetime access to any immunization records you upload. If your records are not viewable through Med+Proctor, you will need to complete the Authorization for Release of Medical Information form. Please send your completed Authorization for Release of Medical Information form to:

Authorization for Release of Medical Information Form

Manchester University Health Services

604 East College Avenue,

North Manchester, IN 46962

Fax: 260-901-8046


*Additional verification may be required upon record request.



Staff and faculty do not provide transportation to medical appointments or the hospital. In a medical emergency, an ambulance may be called. Wabash County Transit is available for a small fee (call 260-563-7536 for additional information and scheduling rides). Plan in advance with family and/or friends how to manage transportation needs in the event of a medical or other need while at Manchester University.

Local Providers

Physician Offices:

*Appointments may take 24 to 48 hours*

Parkview Health North Manchester Clinic- 260-982-2102 

Walnut Street Family Healthcare- 260-982-1994

Dental Offices:

Dr. Catherine Periolat DDS- 260-982-6344

Manchester Family Dentistry- 260-982-6042

Vision Offices:

Midwest Eye Consultants- 260-982-8681

Manchester Eyecare- 260-306-3937

Family Optometry- 260-563-0884 

Walk-in Clinics:

Parkview Walk-in Clinic- 260-425-5500

Parkview Ortho Express Walk-in Clinic- 260-266-4007

Local Hospitals:

Parkview Huntington Hospital- 260-335-3000-2001 Stults Rd., Huntington, IN 46750

Parkview Wabash Hospital-260-563-3131- 10 John Kissinger Dr., Wabash, IN 46992

Parkview Fort Wayne Hospital- 1-260-373-4000 (local) or toll free 1-800-615-4456- 2200 Randallia Drive, Ft. Wayne, IN. 46845

Lutheran Hospital- 1-260-435-7001 (local) or toll free 1-800-444-2001- 7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. Ft. Wayne, IN. 46804


Insurance Questions

Is it mandatory to have health insurance?

Students are not required to be covered by insurance unless you are a student-athlete or an international student. If you need health insurance, below are some options:

  • Contact your parents’ employer. Coverage through parents extends to age 26.
  • Check out the Marketplace at:   
  • Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana (ASPIN) contact a Health Navigator at 1-877-313-7215 or visit
Is insurance provided for international students?                                                      Yes, during the school year Manchester University provides insurance. Insurance cards are available upon request in Health Services.



Contact Information

Calvin Ulrey 1st floor

Office hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 260-982-5306
Fax: 260-901-8046