Chaminade University supports the State of Hawaii mandate that certain health requirements be met for entrance to post-secondary educational institutions (Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 11, Department of Health, Chapter 157). All students, including faculty/staff enrolled as students, must comply with health clearance requirements.
Chaminade University requires student health information for use in emergency or epidemic situations. While the university does not provide on-campus health services, there are nearby medical practitioners and clinics that provide basic services, immunizations, and lab testing for a fee.
All post-secondary students who attend classes exclusively online or electronically via remote learning are excluded from the immunization requirements.
Students who do not comply with requirements may have a hold placed on their student account that results in an inability to register for courses, reside in CUH residence halls, and/or participate in intercollegiate athletics. Please note that students who choose to waive vaccine requirements or those who have not submitted proof of immunization may be required to leave the campus in the event of disease outbreak.
Health requirement clearance will be provided upon completion of the stated requirements through the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students.
In the interests of COVID-19 efforts and social distancing, the State of Hawaii Department of Health has approved waiving the TB clearance requirements for post-secondary students and staff through May 31, 2020.
Click here for Health Clearance Requirements for all Chaminade University students due prior to the first day of instruction.
STUDENTS ENTERING CHAMINADE ON JULY 1, 2020, OR AFTER
New Post-Secondary School Health Requirements will go into effect July 1, 2020. Click here for Health Clearance Requirements as of July 1, 2020, for all Chaminade University students due prior to the first day of instruction.
While not required for enrollment, it is highly advised that students consult and consider receiving the CDC recommended vaccinations for adults.
While attending Chaminade University, it is important for students to protect their health and financial stability by having adequate health coverage to address minor and major illnesses that may arise.
Health insurance is required for intercollegiate athletes, students with international status, and those residing in campus residence halls.
Provided that the student’s status matches any of the above criteria, it is the student’s responsibility to maintain current valid health insurance throughout their tenure at the University. Please provide staff in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students any updates or changes to your coverage.
Discounted student health insurance plans are available through the Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) under the Chaminade University/University of Hawaii Student Health Insurance Plans*. Non-student general plans are also available to students through Kaiser Permanente or students may conduct an individual search for comparable coverage through various other insurance plans. Be sure to consider the best options to meet your health needs.
*Please note that the student HMSA plans do not cover injuries received as a result of practice for or participation in intercollegiate athletics. It is recommended that student-athletes seek an alternative health insurance plan.
Physicals for Athletes
A physical is required for all intercollegiate athletes. The physical form is available through the Athletics Department website or by calling (808) 735-4790. The form must be completed prior to commencing practice or participating in competition.
Medical Services Transportation
Taxi service for medical transportation will be provided free of charge for students living in University residence halls and apartments from all of the Chaminade-operated residential facilities. Only Chaminade’s official taxi service vendor, The Cab, may be used for medical transport. Transportation to and from the following health services clinics is available:
- Island Urgent Care (Kapahulu, Kaka‘ako, or Hawaii Kai)
- Kaiser Permanente Honolulu and Hawaii Kai Clinic (Kaiser Moanalua not included)
- Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
- Queen’s Medical Center
- Straub Hospital Honolulu (King St.)
- Straub Clinic (Hawaii Kai)
Please inquire with staff in Residence Life or Security for more information.
The forms listed below are available in PDF format and can be obtained from our office or printed from the Chaminade Portal. If you need assistance with accessing the portal, please visit the Client Services website for login instructions.
- Chaminade Student Health Form
- Request for Exemption from Required Immunizations – Religious
- TB Risk Assessment