Medical Student Services

Student Health Services

Boston University Student Health Services at 881 Commonwealth Avenue West, is open to all students. Most issues can be addressed through Student Health Services and students must be accompanied by a program assistant when accessing services. There is a co-pay fee of $25 for each visit, payable by cash, check, credit card, or charged to the student's account. In the case of an emergency or the need for medical care on weekends or weekdays after 4:30 pm, students will be taken to a local hospital emergency room, accompanied by a program assistant. Students who are not feeling well should inform the on-call program assistant immediately.

To receive emergency hospital care, you must have the Immunization and Physical Form and Health History Forms provided in your acceptance packet. These forms must be signed by your parent or guardian and health care provider, and then returned to the Summer Term High School Programs office at least three weeks before your arrival on campus. Students who do not submit these forms in advance of arrival are not allowed to participate in the program. If you have any questions about the forms, please feel free to contact our program staff at 617-353-1378.

Before the program begins, please inform us of any medical issues or concerns so that the best care possible is available for you. We provide space for this information on our Medical Information Summary form provided in the acceptance packet.

Disability Services

Boston University is committed to supporting the academic, social, and cultural integration of individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to foster academic excellence, personal responsibility, and leadership growth in disabled students. Individuals are encouraged to contact Disability Services to discuss support services and accommodations they may need, including auxiliary aids like sign-language interpreters, exam accommodation, note-taking services, text in alternative format, and assistive technology. Accommodations are provided on a case-by-case basis depending on the individual's diagnosis and documented needs. Disability Services is also available to consult with individuals and groups regarding architectural, programmatic, digital, or communication access. The University's Compliance Officer for Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is the Director of Disability Services, Lorraine E. Wolf, Ph.D., who can be reached at The Office of Disability Services may be reached at 617-353-3658, by email at, or at