International Student Health Services
Trine University Health Center Hours
Location: Alwood Hall (building 16 on campus map)
Dates: Monday – Thursday
Time: 11 am – 4 pm
Phone: (260) 665-4585
Direct Website: http://www.trine.edu/campus-life/health-and-wellness/health-center.aspx
After hours: Call 911 for all life-threatening emergencies.
The following Trine University Student Immunization record must be printed, completed, signed by your doctor, and returned to the Health Center before you can register for classes. Please keep a copy for your records.
- “All incoming students are required to have a completed immunization record (above) on file with the Health Center. The form can be found below.
- In addition to the required immunizations, all incoming international students are required to have a TB Test completed in the United States indicating that latent TB infection and/or TB disease is not likely. In the event of a positive TB test, students must schedule and complete a follow-up screening within 2 weeks of initial test. Please follow any additional precautions provided by your physician at that time.
- All incoming students must submit completed immunization records to the Health Center by Aug. 1st. If you would like to claim religious exemption from required immunizations, please fill out the religious exemption form below and return to the Health Center by Aug. 1st.
- Failure to submit necessary records will result in a hold on your student account, which affects ability to register for classes.
*Note: ALL international students MUST have their TB tests done in the United States. TB tests will be available free of charge during International Orientation. If students miss International Orientation, it is their responsibility to get their TB test done on their own prior to registering for classes.
International Health Insurance Policies
It is Trine University policy that all international students medical health insurance and evacuation/repatriation coverage. It is the student's and scholar's responsibility to comply with University and Federal regulations as they relate to health insurance.
F-1 students are required to have medical health insurance and evacuation/repatriation coverage each semester they are enrolled (part time or full time). However, F-1 students and their dependents are strongly encouraged to maintain insurance coverage at all times.
J-1 students and their dependents are required to have medical health insurance and evacuation/repatriation at all times.
Trine International Student Health Insurance
Trine University partners with LewerMark Student Insurance, who offers coverage for students on the J-1 and F-1 visa (even those on OPT), as well as scholars. Please see LewerMark video for information, as well as the documents below for coverage, primary care providers, and hospitals and clinics.
- International Student Health Insurance Coverage
- Find Primary Care Providers/Hospitals and Clinics, Angola & Fort Wayne Area
Find Primary Care Providers/Hospitals and Clinics, Chicago Area
NOTE: When searching for providers, click on Search by Specialty. This will help you find a doctor/clinic/hospital where you have full coverage, after a co-pay.
*Note: ALL international students MUST have health insurance through LewerMark Student Insurance. Waivers will only be provided for sponsored students. Individual and private insurance plan purchased by student DOES NOT qualify for a waiver.