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Keeping you Healthy 

In case of life threatening emergency, dial 911.

New and returning students, please click here for information about Stevenson’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement for the Fall semester.

The Wellness Center provides limited primary healthcare services and mental health resources to support students in reaching their optimal health so that they can achieve their full academic and personal potential. To best meet the needs of the students, the Wellness Center offers health and counseling services in one convenient location on the Owings Mills Campus.

Through health education, the Wellness Center encourages self-care and personal responsibility for the student's own health, with an emphasis on safety. We collaborate with other University services to promote student success and engagement in the Stevenson community.

Treatment is available to eligible students whose concerns fall within this Scope of Services. Those whose needs cannot be met within this model will be referred to community resources for care. Please note that the clinical services at the Wellness Center are intended for students and are not available to Stevenson University employees.

Appointments can be made in person or by calling the Wellness Center at 443-352-4200.

Location and Hours

Wellness Center
Caves Building
11001 Owings Mills Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
443-352-4200
443-352-4201 (Fax)

Monday-Friday
9 am - 5 pm 

After Hours Nurse On-Call: 800-245-4691

Health and Wellness Services at Stevenson

Health Services

Health Services

Health Services provides limited healthcare to students for a small fee for service. We look to promote accountability for one’s health care choices and educate students regarding lifestyle choices that lead to a healthier life. Our office partners with our local community to bring vaccine clinics.

Our health services staff is comprised of two full-time nurse practitioners, one part-time nurse practitioner and one part-time physician. The Wellness Center Staff is available to see a wide range of concerns, provide health education and preventative care. Some of the more common issues seen at the Wellness Center are listed below.

Common visit reasons:

  • Ear, Nose, Throat, Respiratory symptoms/complaints
  • COVID-19 related symptoms and testing
  • Minor eye complaints
  • Fatigue /sleep concerns
  • STI screenings/treatments
  • Gynecologic concerns (e.g., pelvic exams, pap smears, contraception, menstrual irregularities)
  • Birth control options
  • Urinary or abdominal complaints
  • Dermatology complaints
  • Limited concussion care
  • Care for minor orthopedic injuries (no x-ray on site)
  • Care of Minor wounds (no suturing on site)

We cannot accommodate:

  • Allergy testing (including serum administration under the direction of another provider)
  • Formal diabetes education
  • Long-term, post-concussion care
  • “Notes” for missed classes/assignments whether or not seen in our office
  • Placement of tuberculosis (TB/PPD) skin tests
  • Drug testing
  • Pre-screening physical exams (pre-op, athletics, employment/ROTC)
  • Students requiring psychiatric medication refills, evaluation and/or management

Scheduling & Keeping Appointments

To make an appointment with the Wellness Center, call 443-352-4200.

Health appointments are made by telephone or in-person. Due to limited staffing, the Wellness Center cannot accommodate walk-in students on a regular basis. We make every effort to see patients within 24 business hours for sick visits and one week for well visits or screenings. Failure to cancel an appointment 24 hours prior to appointment will result in a $10 “No Show” fee charged to the student’s account. If a student is more than 10 minutes late for an appointment, the Wellness Center reserves the right to reschedule the appointment. The Wellness Center offers in person or telehealth appointments. We do not provide health care services to students outside of the Wellness Center (i.e. in a residence hall, classroom, or dining hall).

Cost

A nominal fee is assessed for each visit for health services. In addition, the Wellness Center is able to provide some point-of-care testing (e.g., COVID, strep, mono, and flu tests) for a small charge. A number of common prescriptions and over the counter medications are stocked in the Center and can be prescribed and dispensed directly to our patients seen by a provider. The cost of visits for health services is billed directly to the student’s account as a “Wellness Center Charge” for privacy purposes.

The Wellness Center does not directly bill health insurance for services provided. Printed itemized statements of visits are available directly from the Wellness Center Patient Portal for purposes of reimbursement by insurance or flex spending account/HSA. In some cases testing is sent to an outside lab directly from the Wellness Center. If this happens, a copy of the student’s health insurance card is sent with the specimen so the lab can directly bill the insurance company.

Fees are subject to change without notice. Navigate to the 'Fees' tab for a list of current fees.

To assist you in finding a healthcare provider in the community or a local specialist, view our Community Resource Guide or contact your insurance carrier directly.

  • Flu Information

    Fighting the flu starts with you. Get vaccinated!

    Wash your hands.

    Handwashing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of the flu. Use soap and warm water and wash your hands often throughout the day, especially after using the restroom or before eating. If you don’t have a sink and soap nearby, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Feel free to stop into the Wellness Center to pick up a free hand sanitizer that will attach right to your keychain or backpack. There are also numerous hand sanitizer stations located in high traffic areas throughout campus buildings.

    Clean and cover.

    Flu virus can live on hard surfaces for up to 24 hours, so it is important to disinfect these surfaces often. Use common household cleaners to wipe doorknobs, countertops, and other surfaces—INCLUDING CELL PHONES—to help stop the spread of the virus. Be sure to follow the directions on the disinfectant to ensure maximum effectiveness. Cough and sneeze into your sleeve and wash your hands often. Be careful not to touch your face throughout the day. Many people don’t realize that the average person touches their face 2000-5000 times a day. Being more mindful of this will decrease your risk of transferring germs from surfaces such as doorknobs and desks to yourself.

    If you do end up sick STAY HOME FROM CLASS. Rest. Drink fluids. Repeat.

    Flu symptoms are severe and start very quickly. They include high fever (typically above 101°), chills, heightened fatigue, body aches, sore throat, and cough. If you feel that you might have the flu, call the Wellness Center at x. 4200 (443-352-4200) for an appointment or visit a local urgent care for evaluation. Contact your professors directly to let them know you are sick. Medicines such as ibuprofen can help to decrease fever and aches. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and do your best to stay away from others. If possible, we recommend you return home for the duration of the illness, usually 7-10 days.

    Remember, the Stevenson Wellness Center is here to help you. Feel free to contact us if you feel that you are coming down with flu symptoms or if you have any questions.

 
Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Counseling Services provides a short-term individual therapy model to help students maintain and develop their emotional well-being and achieve their educational and personal goals. The number of sessions provided may be limited and will be determined on an individual basis. The Center promotes a healthy and inclusive community through relationship-building, education, crisis intervention and support.

Common visit reasons:

  • Mild to moderate anxiety and depression
  • Adjustment and developmental concerns
  • Interpersonal concerns (friends, family, roommates, romantic partnerships)
  • Self-esteem concerns
  • Concerns related to the transition to college
  • Identity development related to various dimensions (sexual, racial/ethnic, religious, gender, etc.) 

We cannot accommodate:

  • Students needing more than once a week intervention on an ongoing basis.
  • Students who have been in counseling and/or medication long-term in the past and want to continue care in that format.
  • Students with long-standing and/or significant depression, mood disorder, or anxiety concerns.
  • Students requiring specialized or more intensive treatment.
  • Students manifesting psychosis.
  • Students with significant or chronic disordered eating symptoms posing medical danger.
  • Students with moderate to severe substance use problems.
  • Students in need of forensic evaluations.
  • Students with significant trauma history who would be better served by long-term trauma informed therapy.
  • Students requiring medication evaluation and/or management, who are not being seen for counseling at the Wellness Center.
  • Students with a history of multiple psychiatric hospitalizations.
  • Students with a history of multiple suicide attempts, chronic suicidal thoughts, or frequent self-harm behaviors. 
  • Students seeking mandated mental health evaluation or counseling.
  • Students seeking a provider’s court appearances/testimony/evaluations or court-ordered assessment and treatment. 
  • Students who require counseling to meet an academic requirement and/or are interested in counseling solely to gain clinical experience.

Scheduling and Keeping Appointments 

To make an appointment with the Wellness Center, call 443-352-4200.

Counseling sessions are by appointment. Students are not charged a fee for counseling services. If students must cancel an appointment due to illness or emergency, they are to call the Wellness Center to cancel their appointment. Repeated cancellations and “No Shows” may limit a student’s ability to receive services. If students miss an appointment without calling to cancel, their student account will be charged a $10 “No Show” fee. If students are more than 15 minutes late to an appointment, they are asked to reschedule. The Wellness Center can only see students the same day if the student is in a crisis situation (e.g. – suicidal or in extreme distress). 

Disability Services

The Wellness Center does not conduct psychological evaluations for the purpose of determining disability status and also does not make accommodation recommendations for students who have been diagnosed with a disability. For this reason, we cannot provide documentation for students, even if the student is a current or former counseling services patient. The Wellness Center can assist students with a referral to a community provider for a disability evaluation.

Psychiatric Services

It is the procedure of the Wellness Center that any student being evaluated for psychiatric care must also be a patient in ongoing counseling at the Center. Students may be referred to the psychiatric nurse practitioner at any time by their Wellness Center provider, after the appropriate background information has been gathered and clinical needs established.

There is a fee for accessing psychiatric care. This fee is billed directly to Stevenson student accounts as a “Wellness Center Charge” for privacy purposes. Due to the limited hours of the psychiatric nurse practitioner, failure to cancel an appointment at least 24 hours in advance results in the full fee being charged to the student’s account. Students seeking medication evaluation and/or management for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are referred to an off-campus provider.

The psychiatric nurse practitioner may also refer students for off-campus services that are not a part of his/her scope of care. The Wellness Center’s psychiatric nurse practitioner will refill prescriptions at appointments only, not by fax or phone. The psychiatric nurse practitioner will not see students or refill medications during the extended summer and winter breaks; therefore students may need to get an outside psychiatrist/provider to manage their medication needs. The student is responsible for making follow up appointments, as recommended by the psychiatric nurse practitioner, in order to refill any medications.

To assist you in finding a healthcare provider in the community or a local specialist, view our Community Resource Guide or contact your insurance carrier directly.

Emergency Resources

Emergency Resources

For a life-threatening emergency, always call 911.

Students needing emergency care outside of the Wellness Center office hours or when the campus is closed should call Security. The Security staff are Stevenson University's first responders to any emergency and are on campus anytime the University is open. Security can be reached by calling x4500 from any campus phone or 443-352-4500 from off campus.

24 Hour Emergency Hotlines

Baltimore Crisis Response
Provides supportive counseling, dispatch emergency assistance and link callers with more intensive BCRI and community services available in the Baltimore area
410-433-5175
Suicide Prevention, National Lifeline
Free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones

1-800-273-8255

Online Chat
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/

National Helpline
Treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
House of Ruth Maryland
Confidential lifeline to victims of domestic violence. Counselors are trained in crisis intervention, safety planning, counseling and legal referrals, and pro-active advocacy
410-889-RUTH (7884)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Confidential support to anyone experiencing domestic violence or seeking resources and information.
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
TurnAround, Inc.
Provides counseling and support services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking
443-279-0379
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Connect with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area that offers access to a range of free services.

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Online Chat
https://hotline.rainn.org/online

The Trevor Project
Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people
1-866-488-7386
Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
Offers crisis intervention, information, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources.
1-800-422-4453
National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline
Dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

1-800-950-6264

Text NAMI to 741741

The Steve Fund
The nation’s only organization focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color. 
Text STEVE to 741741
The Disaster Distress Helpline
Provides immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress.
1-800-985-5990

Please note: The telephone numbers may change. Hotline information/referral numbers are for reaching those who can provide crisis counseling, refer calls to local agencies, and provide information and/or printed materials. We cannot guarantee the quality of services offered by the organizations listed above, and no recommendation is implied.


Urgent Care Locations Near Campus

Express Care
Walking distance from campus
10490 Owings Mills Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-363-7281
Hours: 8am-9-pm Everyday    

Patient First
One mile from campus
10210 Reisterstown Rd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-902-6776
Hours: 8am-10pm Everyday

All Care (Formally Doctors Express)
Three miles from campus
18060 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, MD 21208
410-415-5105
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm | Sat-Sun: 8am-2pm

Righttime Medical
Four miles from campus
1807 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, MD 21208
888-808-6483
Hours: 7am-10pm Everyday


Hospital/Emergency Rooms Near Campus

Northwest Hospital                     
16 minutes from campus
5401 Old Ct Rd
Randallstown, MD 21133
(410) 521-2200

Sinai Hospital                    
22 minutes from campus
2401 W Belvedere Ave 
Baltimore, MD 21215
(410) 601-9000

GBMC (Greater Baltimore Medical Center)        
23 minutes from campus 
6701 N Charles St
Towson, MD 21204
(443) 849-2000

St. Joseph’s Medical Center                
24 minutes from campus
7601 Osler Dr
Towson, MD 21204
(410) 337-1000

Sheppard Pratt Hospital
26 minutes from campus
6501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21285
(410) 938-3000

New Students

New Students

Dear New Stevenson Students and Families,

Welcome to Stevenson University! We are delighted you have chosen to become a Mustang. As a Stevenson student, you are eligible to use our services throughout the academic year. Our goal is to provide you with care and support for your whole self while you are a student with us. Information on the specific services we provide is available on our website. We look forward to seeing you!

It is important that we have certain information from you in order to provide appropriate health care when necessary, and to comply with Maryland state law. Please continue navigating through this site for information about our Student Health Profile requirements.

Thank you for your assistance in meeting these requirements. If you have any questions, please contact us at 443-352-4200.

Best wishes for health, happiness, and success at Stevenson!

Stevenson University
Wellness Center

  • Health Requirements
     

    Health Requirements

    All full-time and part-time commuter and residential students are required to have the Stevenson University Student Health Profile completed and on file in the Wellness Center by July 1 for Fall entrance and January 20 for Spring entrance. Please note if your forms are late or not-received, this may cause a delay with your housing assignment/moving-in process. The Student Health Profile is in addition to health information requirements from other university departments such as Athletics.

    Student Health Profile Instructions

    All part-time and full-time students are required to be current on MMR and Varicella vaccinations. Additionally, all students residing in SU student housing are required to obtain and provide written documentation of a meningococcal (MCV4) vaccination given after the age of 16 AND within 5 years of moving onto campus. If the primary dose of meningococcal vaccine was administered before the student's 16th birthday, a booster will be required before moving into residence on campus. The meningitis vaccination must not be more than 5 years old from date of move-in. The decisions to mandate vaccinations have been made based upon the current recommendations by the Centers of Disease Control (CDC). 

    The Student Health Profile consists of four parts:

    Forms

    • Student Health Form/TB Screening Questionnaire

    • Insurance Questionnaire

    • Consent for Treatment of Minors (if student is under 18)

    Immunizations

    • Two doses of MMR

    • Two doses of Varicella

    • COVID-19: 1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Moderna or Pfizer. Booster shot recommended, but not required. 

    • Meningitis (MCV4) *Residents Only

    Education

    • My Student Body Essentials Chapters

      • Alcohol

      • Drugs

      • Sexual Violence

    Uploads

    • Upload required documents

      • Immunization Records

      • Consent for treatment of minors form (if applicable)

      • Insurance Card (front & back) if student has insurance

    • Please make sure your name and date of birth are present and legible on all supporting documentation.

    The Student Health Profile is completed online by accessing the Secure Patient Portal. Students may log in once they receive their Stevenson single sign-on username and password.

    Click Here to Enter the Secure Patient Portal

    Complete instructions on how to complete the Student Health Profile can be found here.

    Failure to submit all parts of the Student Health Profile will block a student from registering for future classes and/or lead to removal from on-campus housing.

  • Immunization Requirements
     

    Immunization Requirements

    Our immunization requirements follow the guidelines set by the American College Health Association and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    The Wellness Center does not require a physical exam for Stevenson students, nor is there a required form to be filled out by the doctor. However you are required to upload official copies of immunization records to the Secure Patient Portal.

    Immunizations required of all students:

    Two doses of MMR Vaccine*
    • Administered after the students 1st birthday
    Two Doses of Varicella Vaccine*
    • Administered after the students 1st birthday
    COVID-19
    • Fully Vaccinated against COVID-19
    Meningitis MCV4 vaccine (Resident Students Only)
    • The most recent dose must be given after the age of 16. If the primary dose of MCV4 was administered before the student's 16th birthday, a booster will be required.
    Meningitis B Vaccine is recommended but not required.
    Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire
    • Every student must complete this section as part of the Student Health Profile. If you have answered yes to any of the questions, you will need to have a Tuberculosis Skin Test (PPD) or the Quantiferon Gold/T-spot (lab test) done.

    * Antibody blood titer tests will be accepted as proof of immunity in lieu of vaccinations. Please provide a copy of the lab results with your completed vaccination for

    Please note- Failure to comply with the pre-entrance health requirements prior to your arrival on campus will block you from entering campus housing and may interrupt your student experience.

    For instructions on how to submit your immunization records, navigate to the Health Requirements tab.

  • My Student Body
     

    My Student Body

    Stevenson University is pleased to offer My Student Body, a comprehensive wellness program that delivers accurate and pertinent health information to all of our students. At Stevenson, we believe that the University experience extends far beyond academics. We want your student to be successful intellectually, physically, and psychologically. We know students can be faced with many challenges that make this success more difficult to attain, such as relationships, sexual health, exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, proper nutrition, and stress. My Student Body is developed for students of the University and provides honest and candid knowledge in an engaging, personalized format about health choices and risk education.

    To access your account go to https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com and log in using your Stevenson University Single Sign on. Click on the Education tab then click on the link for My Student Body.

    All incoming students, both residents and commuters, must complete the My Student Body Essentials Courses: Alcohol, Drugs, and Sexual Violence with a passing score of 75%. Students who do not complete this requirement by July 1 for fall entrance or January 20th for spring entrance will not be allowed to reside on campus and/or will be blocked from registering for future classes.

    For 24/7 Resources and Advice

    1. Click on the Student Center tab near the top of the page. Content will be categorized into six different sections: Facts and Figures, Health Concerns, Healthy Choices, Rules and Regulations, Social Scenes, and Sports and Fitness. Click View All to see more articles, videos, and tools.
    2. Click on the Advice tab near the top of the page. Here you can ask questions and someone on My Student Body’s panel of experts will answer you. You can also view past questions and responses.
    3. If you have forgotten your password or have questions/problems running the program contact: techsupport@MyStudentBody.com

    For Interested Parents

    Students rely on their parents for support and guidance throughout their college career. My Student Body-Parent gives you information about how you can help your student face challenges related to alcohol and drugs head on. We encourage you to visit My Student Body-Parent for practical suggestions and strategies to ease the transition to school. Video conversations, interactive tools, and school specific information will help you feel more confident while talking with your student. You can access the program by going to http://www.MyStudentBody.com and creating an account using stevensonparent as the school code.

Fees

Wellness Center Fees

Health Services

Physician or Nurse Practitioner visit $15
Well Woman Exam (annual GYN) $40
Rapid strep test $10
Rapid mono test $10
Rapid flu test $15
Urinalysis $8
Urine pregnancy test $10
Ace wrap – small $5
Ace wrap – large $5
Arm sling $10
Ankle splint (air cast) $36
Disposable ice pack $3
Ear irrigation ** $10
Finger splint $5
Nebulizer treatment with albuterol ** $10
Reusable ice pack $5
Suture/staple removal ** $10
Wrist splint $15
Medications Varies $5-$30
KOH/Wet Prep $10
Injection (Depo or other) ** $5
Plan B/Emergency Contraception** $15
Thermometer (Digital) $5
No Show Fee (health visits) $10

**in addition to visit fee

Psychiatry Fees

Evaluation $35
Medication Check / Other $15
No Show Fee- Evaluation $35
No Show Fee Med Check $15


Mental Healthcare

Counseling Intake No charge
Follow up session visits No charge
No Show Fee - Counseling $10

The Wellness Center at Stevenson University does not directly bill insurance companies for services rendered during your visits. Please understand that your student account will be charged for any expenses incurred during your visit. A sample of our fees is listed above.*

Students can view and print itemized statements from their Wellness Center visit which can be submitted to their insurance company or flex spending account for reimbursement when applicable. To view your statement, go to our Wellness Center Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com and click on the Statements tab.

If it is necessary to have testing done outside of the scope of care of the Wellness Center (labs/radiology), the patient’s insurance will be utilized, and therefore, the patient will be responsible for charges related to these tests. The Wellness Center cannot assume responsibility for charges incurred outside of our facility. Please be familiar with your insurance policies regarding copays and deductibles for lab work, radiology testing, specialist referrals, and emergency room visits.

* Fees subject to change without notice


Lateness/Cancellation Guidelines

Health & Counseling Appointments

The Wellness Center reserves the right to cancel and reschedule your appointment at any time. If you arrive 10 minutes late for a health appointment OR 15 minutes late for a counseling appointment, you will be asked to reschedule.  Unfortunately, due to time constraints, we cannot accommodate late arrivals.

We ask that if you need to cancel your appointment that you call the Wellness Center at 443-352-4200 as soon as possible. We have a voicemail set up to allow for you to leave a message after hours if you need to cancel an appointment.

No-Show Fee

No-Show fee of $10 will be charged to your student account for failure to cancel your appointment before your scheduled appointment time.

Psychiatry appointments

Students scheduled to see Dr. Siegel, the Wellness Center Psychiatrist, are required to provide a 24 hour cancellation notice by calling the Wellness Center at 443-352-4200. If you call after hours, please leave a message. If we do not receive 24 hour notice, your student account will be charged the full fee.

Forms

Health Forms

Consent to Release/Exchange Medical Information Form - Complete this consent form if you are trying to obtain or release your medical records to yourself or other parties. Please allow approximately 48 hours (two business days; excluding weekends and holidays) for records to be released. Every attempt will be made to process requests for medical records within 48 hours. Please fax, mail, or drop off your request to the Wellness Center.

Tuberculin Skin Test Assessment for a Positive TST - Students who had a normal chest x-ray are required to complete this form annually per their academic programming requirements. Refer to the department for specific guidelines.

Hepatitis B Declination Form - Student who are required to have the Hepatitis B immunization and titer (per their academic programming requirements) and are electing to decline revaccination of Hepatitis B should complete this form with the presence of a Wellness Center staff member.

Meet Our Staff

Meet Our Staff

Linda  Reymann

Linda (Lindy) S. Reymann, PhD, LCPC, RN
Assistant Vice President of the Wellness Center
lreymann@stevenson.edu

Dr. Reymann completed her PhD in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University in Maryland May 2010. Currently she is the first director of the Wellness Center, which opened in the fall 2006. She has overseen the daily operation of the center's health and counseling services with a passion for holistic health promotion. In addition to being a registered nurse (RN), Dr. Reymann is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). She is a member of the American College Health Association (ACHA), American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD).


Stephanie Carpenter

Stephanie L. Carpenter, MSN, FNP-BC 
Assistant Director & Nurse Practitioner 
scarpenter4@stevenson.edu 

Stephanie is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1998. She completed her master’s degree from Georgetown University. Stephanie has experience as a nurse practitioner in Primary Care, as a provider. As well as working in the urgent care setting. Prior to her NP experience she has extensive experience in the hospital setting, as well in community health care.  

Stephanie is dedicated to providing evidenced based care to students using a holistic approach to guide and assist students in reaching their health goals. 


Tammi Davis

Dr. Tammi Davis, MD
Physician
tdavis2685@stevenson.edu

Dr. Davis is a Board Certified Family Physician who has been in clinical practice in Maryland since 1990. Dr. Davis has extensive experience working with adolescents and young adults in the College Healthcare setting. Encouraging the students to take responsibility for their own health and teaching them habits that will keep them safe and healthy is her goal. She also sees students at the Goucher College Health Center as well as the Towson University Health Center, and joined the Stevenson Community in 2007.


Sudin Thomas

Sudin Thomas, MSN, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
sthomas15@stevenson.edu

Sudin Thomas, a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), joined the Wellness Center in January 2018. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in nursing from The University of Illinois at Chicago. Sudin received her Master's and is currently finishing up her PhD in nursing at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Sudin has worked in trauma/emergency medicine for five years at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, and the University of Maryland Medical Center. She has also worked at a busy walk-in health clinic for two years and has taught undergraduate and graduate nursing courses. Sudin believes that it is important to educate college students to be responsible for their health and wellbeing as they transition from pediatric care to adult health.


Gary Stone

Gary Stone, Ph.D.
Assistant Director & Psychologist
gstone@stevenson.edu

Dr. Gary Stone earned his bachelor's degree at George Mason University, and completed his Ph.D. at The Catholic University of America before becoming a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Maryland. He has worked in a variety of settings, but he has a particular fondness for university counseling centers, having spent time in centers in Virginia, Maryland, New York, and Washington, DC. Most recently, Dr. Stone was on the staff at The Patuxent Institution – a state prison focusing on psychological treatment. Dr. Stone was trained to integrate different therapy styles, and he especially enjoys utilizing collaborative techniques and a solution-based approach to help clients identify and strive towards their goals. 


Bridgette NewsomeBridgette Newsom, RMA 
Registered Medical Assistant 
bnewsome@stevenson.edu

Bridgette Newsome is a Registered Medical Assistant by the American Medical Technologist Organization. She has been working in the health field since 1996 in a wide range of settings. Bridgette is also a Health Instructor with Carroll Community College where she teaches the Medical Assistant course. She is also a certified CPR instructor with the American Heart Association. Bridgette has a passion for teaching and enjoys working with young adults of college age to promote healthy habits for living. Bridgette joined the Wellness Center in January 2022.


Amanda Harner

Amanda Harner
Nurse Practitioner
aharner@stevenson.edu

Amanda Harner is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP),she joined the Wellness Center in February 2022. Amanda obtained her bachelor's degree in nursing from Villanova University and master's degree from University of Maryland, Baltimore. Amanda has worked at a busy walk-in clinic in Baltimore City for the last 6 years and prior worked at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in intensive care.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need health insurance to attend the university or use Wellness Center services?

    No. Stevenson University does not require health insurance. The Wellness Center does not accept private health insurance. Charges for services are billed to student accounts. Students are encouraged to retain health insurance and carry their card with them (for referrals, lab testing, etc.). Unfortunately, at this time we are not offering a university health insurance plan. Consider the following:

    Check with your parent/guardian to see if you can remain on their policy Maryland Health Connection www.marylandhealthconnection.gov

    For more information, please read Stevenson's mandatory .

  • What are the costs associated with an appointment?

    Some of the Wellness Center fees can be found in the 'Fees' tab of this webpage.

  • What should I expect if I make an appointment with the Wellness Center?

    Upon making your appointment, consent forms will be sent to your Patient Portal for completion. Please arrive 10-15 mins prior to your appointment for check-in at our front desk. Please bring your SU ID and insurance card, if you have one. 

    Please also understand that we reserve the right to reschedule any appointment if you arrive 10 minutes late to your health appointment or 15 minutes late for your counseling appointment. Given time constraints with appointments, we do this to allow enough time for safe, quality care to be given to each patient.

  • How can I view a statement of my visit?

    Students can view and print itemized statements from their Wellness Center visit which can be submitted to their insurance company or flex spending account for reimbursement when applicable. To view your statement, go to our Wellness Center Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com and click on the Statements tab.

  • What do I do if the Wellness Center has a delayed opening or is closed?

    If there is a University delay or closure, the Wellness Center closes along with the University. Students should refer to the Emergency Services link for instructions on how to obtain care during these instances.

  • Do I need to complete the Student Health Profile if I am turning in other health related records to other departments?

    Yes. All part-time and full-time students are required to complete the Student Health Profile. Please refer to those specific departments for any further health requirement questions, i.e. Athletics.

  • Do returning students need to complete the Student Health Profile every year?

    No, the Student Health Profile only needs to be completed your first year at Stevenson. However, if you were you were previously a part-time student and are now taking 12 or more credits you must complete the Student Health Form upon becoming a full-time student. If you haven't been a Stevenson University student for at least 2 years and you are reapplying for admission to Stevenson University as a full-time student, you will need to complete an updated Student Health Form.

  • How can I obtain my medical/health records from the Wellness Center (including immunization records)?

    Complete the Consent to Release/Exchange Medical Information Form located on our Health Forms tab. Please allow two to three business days for our center to fulfill your request.

  • Does the Wellness Center provide notes for excusal from class?

    The Wellness Center staff does not issue medical excuses for academic obligations. Course requirements and attendance are academic matters between the student and the faculty. Students are advised to schedule their Wellness Center appointments outside of set class times. Students who choose to visit the Wellness Center during class time for non-serious conditions should contact their faculty by telephone or e-mail as soon as possible to make the necessary arrangements to complete missed assignments. Students may request proof of a visit to the Wellness Center after a visit, or by contacting the front desk. However, this note does not determine if you will be allowed to make up a missed assignment or if your absence will be officially excused. This decision is solely the responsibility of the instructor. Medical excuse notes are generally not issued for visits and notes will not be given for students seen outside of the Wellness Center. Medical excuses will not be issued during midterms or finals and are not given for routine conditions (colds, sore throat, upset stomach, rash, routine appointments/testing consultations, etc.). If in our medical opinion, the condition is urgent or serious, a medical excuse may be considered. In the event of a serious illness or injury requiring hospitalization or extended absence of 3 or more consecutive business dats from classes, please notify The Office of Disability Services for guidance. The Office of Disability Services will assist the student and/or their family in notifying the necessary faculty once proper documentation can be supplied. 

  • Can the Wellness Center provide documentation for accommodations?

    The Counseling Center does not conduct psychological evaluations for the purpose of determining disability status and also does not make accommodations recommendations for students who have been diagnosed with a disability. For this reason, we cannot provide documentation for students, even if the student is a current or former Counseling Services patient. The Wellness Center can provide students with a referral to a community provider for a disability evaluation. An off-campus psychologist or psychiatrist can evaluate a student's disability status. Alternatively, students may choose to consult with their primary physician. For further questions related to Office of Disability Services please call, 443-352-5320.

  • Who should I contact if I have suggestions for the Wellness Center?

    Please email the Wellness Center at wellness@stevenson.edu or call us at 443-352-4200. Students may also leave feedback for us by responding to our end of semester survey.

  • Community Resources: Can the Wellness Center refer students to outside providers and services?

    Community Resources

    Yes. There are times when the Wellness Center needs to refer students to providers and services in our community. We have compiled a list of local resources to help meet these needs. If there is a type of provider you need access to in this area who is not on the list, please feel free to contact our office for guidance. The list below provides the contact information for services that are nearby to campus but, the Wellness Center does not personally endorse any particular providers. In addition to the resources on this list, students may also check with their health insurance to find a local provider in their network.

    Click here for the Community Resources Guide

    *This list is updated periodically, usually during the summer months

My Student Body

My Student Body 

Stevenson University is pleased to offer My Student Body, a comprehensive wellness program that delivers accurate and pertinent health information to all of our students. At Stevenson, we believe that the University experience extends far beyond academics. We want your student to be successful intellectually, physically, and psychologically. We know students can be faced with many challenges that make this success more difficult to attain, such as relationships, sexual health, exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, proper nutrition, and stress. My Student Body is developed for students of the University and provides honest and candid knowledge in an engaging, personalized format about health choices and risk education.

To access your account go to https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com and log in using your Stevenson University Single Sign on. Click on the Education tab then click on the link for My Student Body.

All incoming students, both residents and commuters, must complete the My Student Body Essentials Courses: Alcohol, Drugs, and Sexual Violence with a passing score of 75%. Students who do not complete this requirement by July 1 for fall entrance or January 20th for spring entrance will not be allowed to reside on campus and/or will be blocked from registering for future classes.

For 24/7 Resources and Advice

  1. Click on the Student Center tab near the top of the page. Content will be categorized into six different sections: Facts and Figures, Health Concerns, Healthy Choices, Rules and Regulations, Social Scenes, and Sports and Fitness. Click View All to see more articles, videos, and tools.
  2. Click on the Advice tab near the top of the page. Here you can ask questions and someone on My Student Body’s panel of experts will answer you. You can also view past questions and responses.
  3. If you have forgotten your password or have questions/problems running the program contact:

For Interested Parents

Students rely on their parents for support and guidance throughout their college career. My Student Body-Parent gives you information about how you can help your student face challenges related to alcohol and drugs head on. We encourage you to visit My Student Body-Parent for practical suggestions and strategies to ease the transition to school. Video conversations, interactive tools, and school specific information will help you feel more confident while talking with your student. You can access the program by going to http://www.MyStudentBody.com and creating an account using stevensonparent as the school code.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement & Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement & Information

As we prepare for the Fall 2022 semester, Stevenson is requiring all new and returning students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning to campus for the 2022-2023 academic year. This requirement applies to all undergraduate students, resident and commuter, as well as all Stevenson University Online undergraduate and graduate students who access and use campus facilities facilities and students in our Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) program. Students will need to complete all required doses of their administered vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) and submit record of their vaccination status to the Stevenson Wellness Center by July 1, 2022.

The following FAQ and Resources are organized to help address your questions as well as explain the process for submitting proof of your COVID full vaccination status by the July 1 deadline.

To assist students who still need to obtain the vaccine, we have posted helpful information and links under the “Vaccination Sites and Clinics” tab below. The University is also hosting a Summer Vaccination Clinic at the Owings Mills campus. Please see the information that follows.

Fall 2022 – Stevenson Announces COVID Vaccine Required for All New and Returning Students
  • Masking Optional Policy

    Stevenson will begin the Fall 2022 semester as a mask optional campus. Please note:

    • Masking will be optional in instructional spaces (such as classrooms, labs, studios, tutoring centers, and computer labs) and non-instructional spaces (such as offices, dining areas, libraries, study rooms, campus shuttles, athletic facilities, fitness centers, and meeting and event spaces).
       
    • Masks will still be required in the SU Wellness Center.

    As we move to a mask optional campus, please remember that some members of our community or their family members may still have heightened health risks due to COVID-19.  These individuals may request that others joining them in a small personal office or other close-proximity situations wear a mask or consider an alternative plan for meeting. We ask the forbearance and consideration of all members of the Stevenson community in accommodating each other’s requests and perspectives. Let’s work together using common sense and a spirit of camaraderie to support each other.

  • COVID testing (Re-Entry/Entry/Surveillance)

    What kind of COVID test is required for re-entry/entry testing?

    If you are vaccinated and have received 1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Moderna or Pfizer no testing is required.

    If you are unvaccinated or have not received 1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Moderna or Pfizer you must submit a negative COVID test from either:

    1. PCR test administered within 7-8 days of your scheduled arrival on campus OR
    2. Two (2) separate Rapid Antigen Tests administered within 7-8 days of your scheduled arrival on campus. The two Rapid Antigen Tests need to be taken within a 3-day window of each other and both need to be negative.

    What if I cannot get a COVID test within the 7-8 day window, but I can get one later and have results before moving in, is that acceptable?

    If the negative test results are received prior to move in, you should be able to move in. Testing may not be done longer than 8 days prior to move in.

    Where do I submit the negative COVID test result?

    Submit record of your negative PCR test result to www.stevenson.edu/negativetestresults.

    Submit record of your negative test results from two Rapid Antigen tests in the manner below:

    1. Complete Test #1; write your name, the date, and SU ID number on the actual test near the result; and take a picture of the result with your SU ID card.
    2. Repeat two days later with Test #2; write your name, the date, and SU ID number on the actual test near the result; and take a picture of the result with your SU ID card.
    3. Upload both pictures to www.stevenson.edu/negativetestresults.

    If I got COVID over the summer, do I need to complete a re-entry test?

    • If you are unvaccinated Re-Entry/Entry testing will not be required if you have had COVID within 30 days of your return to campus and can provide documentation. Make sure you have filled out a Student Symptom Tracker informing the SU Wellness Center of your recent COVID infection and upload a photo of your positive test results to your Patient Portal (under the ‘Uploads’ tab).
    • If you are vaccinated, you do not need to complete re-entry/entry testing and you do not need to submit your Summer positive results.

    Do I need to complete surveillance testing during the semester?

    No, at this time surveillance testing will not be required for any students this semester. Mitigation strategies may change based on guidance from the CDC and Baltimore County Health Department throughout the semester.

  • Vaccine requirement and deadline

    Will the COVID vaccine be required of all Stevenson students for Fall 2022?

    • Yes, all undergraduate students, resident and commuter, as well as all Stevenson University Online undergraduate and graduate students who access and use campus facilities and students in our Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) program, are required to complete all required doses of their administered vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) and submit record of their vaccination status to the Stevenson Wellness Center by July 1, 2022.
    • Students should submit verification of their vaccination status through the confidential Wellness Center Student Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com.
    • Please see the “Submitting Proof of Your Vaccination Status” tab for instructions.

    Is vaccination required for commuter students or Stevenson University Online students?

    • Yes, all commuter students are required to vaccinate. This includes Stevenson University Online students who plan to access campus facilities for classes, study, research, or in-person meetings.

    What is the deadline for submitting verification of my full vaccination?

    • You should plan to complete all required doses (second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine) by July 1, 2022, and submit verification of your full vaccination via the confidential Student Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com no later than this date.
    • Please see the “Submitting Proof of Your Vaccination Status” tab for instructions.

    What should I do if I am already fully vaccinated?

    • If you are already fully vaccinated and have submitted your status voluntarily to the Wellness Center via the Student Patient Portal, we have record of your status and you do not need to resubmit your documentation
    • If you are already fully vaccinated but have not submitted verification via the Student Patient Portal, we ask that you please submit your verification immediately and no later than July 1.
    • Please see the “Submitting Proof of Your Vaccination Status” tab for instructions.

    I am an international student. What steps do I need to take to comply with the vaccine requirement?

    • Stevenson understands that our international students will need guidance to comply with the vaccine requirement based on the access to vaccines in their home countries and travel plans and schedules for their return to the United States.
    • For assistance, international students should contact Carol McDaniel, Senior Associate Director of Admissions and PDSO-International Students, at 443-352-4421 or cmcdaniel@stevenson.edu.

    What should I do if I am unvaccinated and have been recently diagnosed as COVID positive? Will this delay my ability to get the vaccine and possibly cause me to miss the July 1 deadline or delay my starting the semester?

    • Stevenson is following the CDC guidelines which has stated that it is safe to get a booster/vaccine dose as early as two (2) weeks after full resolution of symptoms. Since antibody levels may decline after a COVID infection, it is best to get your booster/vaccine two weeks after full resolution of symptoms and no later than 90 days after infection. Make sure you fill out a Student Symptom Tracker noting your recent infection.

    How do I submit proof of my vaccination?

    Students should submit verification of their vaccination by July 1, 2022 via the confidential Student Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com via the following process:

    1. Log on Student Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com.
    2. Select “Upload” tab.
    3. Select “COVID-19 Vaccination Immunization Record” from the drop-down box.
    4. Select your file to upload. This file should be your proof of vaccination. For individuals vaccinated in the U.S., the CDC-issued vaccination card is an acceptable document for proof of vaccination.
    5. Select “Upload.”
    6. Confirmation of your upload will be shown under your “Documents Already on File.”

    What document constitutes verification of my vaccination status?

    • For individuals vaccinated in the U.S., the CDC-issued vaccination card is an acceptable document for proof of vaccination. You should make sure your name and date of birth are on this document, and you should scan and save a copy for uploading to the Student Patient Portal by July 1. When you upload it, you are attesting that the information you are providing Stevenson about your vaccination status is accurate and true.

    I am an international student. What steps do I need to take to comply with the vaccine requirement?

    • Stevenson understands that our international students will need guidance to comply with the vaccine requirement based on the access to vaccines in their home countries and travel plans and schedules for their return to the United States.
    • For assistance, international students should contact Carol McDaniel, Senior Associate Director of Admissions and PDSO-International Students, at 443-352-4421 or cmcdaniel@stevenson.edu.
  • Exemption Requests

    Can I request an exemption from the University’s COVID vaccination requirement?

    • Yes, medical and religious exemptions will be considered based on medical contraindications or sincerely held religious beliefs. A medical exemption request must include a certification from a board-certified physician or other healthcare provider from whom you are currently receiving care explaining the reason for the request.
    • Please follow the process outlined under “How do I request a medical or religious exemption?” below.
    • Students who are granted an exemption will need to sign the “Assumption of Risk Regarding Exemption or Declination of Required COVID-19 Vaccination”, they may be subject to re-entry/entry and surveillance testing during the Fall semester and will need to follow quarantine and isolation protocols in the event of being identified a close contact or if testing positive for COVID.
    • For more details, please see “Do exempt students still need to test, quarantine, or isolate if positive for COVID?” below.

    How do I request a medical or religious exemption?

    If you would like to request a medical or religious exemption from the COVID vaccine, you will need to log on to the confidential Student Patient Portal and follow the process below:

    1. Log on Wellness Center Student Patient Portal at https://stevenson.medicatconnect.com.
    2. Download the “Request for Medical Exemption Form” or “Request for Religious Exemption Form” located under the “Forms” tab.
    3. Read, complete, and sign the forms per the instructions. All forms must be completed correctly and signed in order to review your request.
    4. Upload the forms by logging on to the Wellness Center Student Patient Portal and selecting “COVID-19 Vaccine Exemption/Assumption of Risk Forms” from the drop-down box, then selecting “Upload.”
    5. Confirmation of your uploaded documents will be shown under “Documents Already on File.”

    When the decision about a medical exemption request is made, the student will receive notification from the Wellness Center and a copy of the “Assumption of Risk Regarding Exemption or Declination of Required COVID-19 Vaccination” form to sign and upload via the Student Patient Portal.

    When the decision about a religious exemption request is made, the student will receive notification from the Wellness Center and a copy of the “Assumption of Risk Regarding Exemption or Declination of Required COVID-19 Vaccination” form to sign and upload via the Student Patient Portal.

    What is the deadline for medical or religious exemption requests?

    • Requests for medical or religious exemptions must be submitted by July 1, 2022.

    Do exempt students still need to test, quarantine, or isolate if positive for COVID?

    • Students who are granted an exemption will be required to subject to re-entry/entry and will need to follow quarantine and isolation protocols in the event of being identified a close contact or if testing positive for COVID.
    • All students, including exempt students, who are experiencing COVID symptoms will need to contact the Wellness Center at 443-352-4200 or wellness@stevenson.edu for assistance. Students experiencing COVID symptoms will be required to complete the Student Symptom Tracker, receive a COVID test, and, if positive, isolate for 5 days per current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Students are required to isolate at home or in their residential room to complete their isolation protocol.
    • Please note that since the University will again have in-person classes in the Fall, options for accessing classes virtually will be limited, and students who need to quarantine or isolate will need to make arrangements with their professors to make up any work they might miss.
  • Vaccine Safety and Benefits

    Why should I be vaccinated?

    • The Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have demonstrated their safety and effectiveness in preventing COVID-19 altogether or limiting its symptoms, and will be essential to continue as we prepare for Stevenson’s full return to in-person classes, residence life, student activities, and athletics in the Fall. They also help protect your family, friends, and community.

    Are the COVID vaccines safe?

    • The CDC has posted information and helpful resources on the safety and benefits of being vaccinated against COVID. Links to some of these resources are posted below. We encourage you to review this information to learn more.

    CDC Vaccine Information Resources

    1. Key Things to Know about COVID Vaccines
    2. Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines
    3. Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
    4. Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

    Will I still need to test for COVID or quarantine if I am fully vaccinated?

    As previously announced this Spring, fully-vaccinated students who do not have COVID-like symptoms will be exempt from University testing as well as quarantine requirements if they are exposed to someone with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19. In short, this means fully-vaccinated students will be exempt from:

    1. quarantine if they are identified a close contact
    2. re-entry testing for the Fall semester
    3. the surveillance testing program

    Please note that at this time all fully-vaccinated student-athletes with no COVID-like symptoms who become close contacts are also exempt from quarantine, but will still be subject to applicable, NCAA, MAC, and Stevenson athletic testing policies.

    Is the COVID vaccine required for Stevenson faculty and staff?

    • The University has not required vaccination for SU employees but does strongly encourage COVID vaccinations for all employees. As of July 12, 90% of full-time faculty and staff are fully vaccinated, and the number of vaccinated employees is steadily climbing.
  • Vaccination Sites and Clinics

    Where can I be vaccinated?

    COVID vaccines are now widely available at both Maryland-designated mass vaccinations sites around the state as well as at many local community providers such as pharmacies, hospitals, and other health clinics. Many of these sites are offering walk-up vaccinations with no appointment necessary, and the vaccine is free to everyone at this time.

    The State of Maryland has established a website at https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine to help you find mass vaccination sites or local clinics, pharmacies, or healthcare providers in your area offering appointments or walk-ups for COVID vaccinations.

  • Isolation and Quarantine Procedures

    Isolation Procedures: Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Students

    • Vaccinated and unvaccinated students who test positive for COVID-19 will be required to isolate for a minimum of 5 days. If the student does not develop symptoms at all or their symptoms are resolved by day 5, Wellness will clear them to return to campus. After clearance, the student should wear a mask when around others and in public for 5 more days (no eating meals with others during that time) and notify Wellness if symptoms do occur. If symptomatic on Day 5 the student will continue to isolate until symptom free or fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication) and symptoms are improving.
    • Students should plan to isolate at their permanent address.

    Quarantine Procedures: Unvaccinated Students Exposed to COVID

    • Unvaccinated students will quarantine at their permanent residence.
    • Students will need to monitor their symptoms via the Student Symptom Tracker and complete the Symptom Tracker for the full duration of their quarantine.
    • Students will need to have a PCR test on day 5 or later. Wellness will clear them from quarantine if they test negative and do not develop symptoms. Student must fill out their symptom tracker/monitoring questionnaires on day 5 prior to 2 pm and wait until Wellness clears them.
  • Recent illness or exposure to COVID and Move-in

    If I had a close contact exposure to COVID and I am not vaccinated, can I move in?

    • Unvaccinated students who are exposed must do a 5-day quarantine and submit a negative test on day 5 or later in order to move in. If using a rapid test, make sure to mark your initials and date on the test prior to taking a photo of the test results for upload. You will also need to fill out a Student Symptom Tracker noting your close contact exposure.

    If I was just exposed to someone with COVID and am vaccinated, can I move-in?

    • Please complete the Student Symptom Tracker indicating you have had a close contact exposure. The Wellness Center staff will discuss your exposure and inform you when you qualify to move-in. No quarantine is required. You should mask and get tested day 5-7 after the last day of exposure, then watch for symptoms for 10 days after last exposure. If you develop symptoms, you should complete a symptom tracker and test on day 3. If using a rapid test, make sure to mark your initials and date on the test prior to taking the photo.

    If I develop symptoms and I am unvaccinated just prior to move in, what should I do?

    • You should isolate at home, fill out the Student Symptom Tracker, and get tested on day 5. If using a rapid test, make sure to mark your initials and date on the test prior to taking a photo of the test results for upload. The Wellness Center will contact you with further instructions.
  • COVID positive procedures

    What happens if I test positive for COVID?

    • You will complete the symptom tracker, located in your patient portal. The Wellness Center will contact you with the next steps and clearance.

    When and where will I isolate and for how long?

    • You will need to isolate for a minimum of 5 days. If you are a resident, you will isolate in your dorm or return home. Commuters will stay at home for the isolation period. The Wellness Center will provide the clearance for returning to class.

    Will I be excused from classes?

    • Yes, you will be excused from class during your isolation. The Wellness Center will email you a letter to present to your instructors/professors.
  • Symptom Tracking and Reporting
    • All members of the university community (both vaccinated and unvaccinated) should monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19.
    • Whether vaccinated on unvaccinated, students with symptoms should contact the Wellness Center at 443-352-4200 or wellness@stevenson.edu if they believe they have symptoms of COVID-19 and use the Student Symptom Tracker available via their confidential Wellness Center Patient Portal.
    • Students who are required to isolate or quarantine should use the Student Symptom Tracker as directed by the Wellness Center to monitor themselves. Symptom tracking is required in order to be cleared from isolation or quarantine once completed.

Other questions?

If you should have further questions please contact the Stevenson Wellness Center at wellness@stevenson.edu or 443-352-4200.

Contact Health and Wellness

In case of life threatening emergency, dial 911.

Address

Wellness Center
11001 Owings Mills Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
 

Direct Contact

443-352-4200
443-352-4201 (Fax)
443-352-4500 (Campus Security)

Hours

Monday-Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Extended Hours until 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays while classes are in session. 

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