Student Health Center

The mission of the Student Health Center is to provide primary healthcare and to promote the health and wellbeing of students of the University of San Diego to facilitate maximum academic and personal growth.

Required Immunization and TB Screenings

As part of the University's commitment to protecting the health and well-being of all of our students, there are matriculation requirements for tuberculosis (TB) screening and certain immunizations.  Registration holds are in place until the following requirements are met:

Required Immunization and Tuberculosis Screenings 

  • Requirements for Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Accessing TB Screening Questionnaire and Submitting the Immunization Records through your mywellness portal
  • Verification and Removal of Immunization Hold
  • Immunization Clinic


Summer Services

As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, please review Wellness Summer Services for:

We wish you the best as you complete this academic year!

Flyer saying, "Don't Bring Zika Home, use repellent for a safe visit."

Don't Bring Zika Home

Though it’s been out of the news, Zika (and other mosquito-borne diseases) are still a threat to travelers! Zika is most often spread by mosquitos, and is common throughout Mexico and Central America, and much of South America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa.  Avoid mosquito bites while you travel!  Check the CDC Travel website for destination-specific prevention information before you travel. 

For more information and current status visit CDC's website.

For information about how to protect yourself from mosquitoes bites, visit CDC's website, "Preventing Mosquito Bites".  


Active Tuberculosis

We have confirmed a USD graduate student has recently been diagnosed with active tuberculosis.  The USD graduate student with active TB is not currently on campus, so there is no ongoing risk of new exposures.  For more information on Tuberculosis or the confirmed case see USD's Student Health Center's letter to campus groups:

[Active Tuberculosis] July 9, 2018




Between 8/13/18-8/17/18 the SHC patient parking will be relocated to the west entrance of the Immaculata Parking Lot.  USD Parking permit still required.