The Miami University Student Health Service provides outpatient care to all eligible students. Eligible students include anyone from the Oxford or regional campuses who are enrolled in at least one class.

Our staff includes full-time physicians, certified nurse practitioners and a nursing staff to provide quality outpatient care to the students of Miami University. Our services include general medicine and injury care, gynecology, immunizations, laboratory and pharmacy. All of the SHS services must be ordered by a SHS clinician.

Our goal is to provide both medical care and education that supports a healthy college experience.

Infectious Disease Preparation

For more information about infectious disease, tips for prevention, and Miami's preparation, visit Infectious Disease Preparation.

Student Health Insurance

The Student Health Insurance Waiver deadline has passed.

The August 1 deadline for waiving Miami's student health care coverage for academic year 2015-16 has officially passed. Any full-time Oxford student that did not submit a waiver (and have it approved) is now are considered to be insured under Miami's Aetna student health insurance policy, and is responsible for the $1,308 premium that appears on the Miami bill.

We recognize that some students may have recently experienced a change in enrollment status that could have affected the insurance requirement (e.g.; an increase in registered credit hours causing a change from part-time to full-time status). As a result, we are currently offering a short grace period during which - if the student has alternative comparable health insurance coverage - the student may appeal to waive (or formally enroll in) the Miami health insurance. This can be done by visiting the Aetna student health insurance portal.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday*: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

*Closed on Saturdays that occur during:

  • Labor Day Weekend
  • Fall Break
  • Thanksgiving Break
  • Winter Break 
  • Winter Term
  • Spring Break (both Saturdays)
  • Summer Term

Web Portal Registration

Before students can access web portal they must first register with a user name and password. Once registered, the web portal will e-mail a confirmation password to the email address listed during registration. This will allow access to the web portal. Here you can complete and submit your mandatory three-part medical history form. Be prepared to provide immunization records of your last two MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) immunizations. Proof of these are required by the university.