Student Care

The Student Health Center supports the university by evaluating, treating, maintaining, and promoting optimal physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of the APU student body. The Student Health Center serves as an advocate for patient care and promotes individual empowerment to enhance healthy lifestyle choices among patients. Read our mission statement to learn more.

Students, please note: There are no fees for office visits and no copays. All undergraduate students and those graduate students who “opt-in” may visit the Student Health Center, regardless of which health insurance policy they have. (View Health Insurance information for details.)

News & Features

Student Health Center

  • Flu Shots are Here!

    Get your flu shot on campus on October 17, 18, 21, or 24 at one of our flu shot clinics, or stop by the Student Health Center.

Elsewhere at APU

  • APU Conducts Groundbreaking Dead Sea Scrolls Research

    APU professors and alumni participated in groundbreaking new research on the Dead Sea Scrolls, sponsored by the Museum of the Bible. The research examines 13 never-before-published Dead Sea Scroll fragments and represents four years of study.

  • APU Election Events Inspire Unity Despite Differences

    The Department of History and Political Science hosts 12 events on campus, concluding with an election night viewing party. The forums touch upon the central issues of the 2016 election, including media framing and presidential rhetoric.

  • Christians and the General Elections: Goodness and Politics

    As we think of this political season, using the word goodness could draw our political discourse in the direction of debating right and wrong. Using the word generosity, though, can lead political discussions into what is caring and helpful.