Health Requirements | Deadlines
International: April 27, 2020
Domestic: June 1, 2020
*All students living on campus must meet Wellesley College Health Requirements*
Health Portal, SchoolDoc.com
One Wellesley Summer partners with SchoolDoc.com, an electronic health record system, to review all health documents.
You will not have access to the SchoolDoc system until you are accepted into the program and pay the $500 deposit.
Please note: SchoolDoc.com supports the current and previous major releases of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari which provide improved security and performance for health information.
The security and privacy of health information is important to us. The SchoolDoc.com site is secure, encrypted, and password protected. Only authorized summer staff will have access to student health information.
Immunizations are mandatory and in accordance with the State of Massachusetts Immunization Requirements. We encourage families to prepare required documentation for upload in advance of deposit due date. Some forms require a licensed clinician and parent/guardian signature.
In addition to a recent copy of the student's physical, we require that all students complete a TB Risk Assessment form. This form must be reviewed and signed by a licensed clinician.
Disability accommodations need to be in 4 weeks prior to the start of the program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Record Submission
International Deadline: April 27, 2020
Domestic Deadline: June 1, 2020
Late Document Submission Fee
One Wellesley Summer will assess a $150 fee for any student who submits their health records past the deadline.
Students who fail to comply with Wellesley College Health Requirements will not be allowed to move in and enrollment from the program will be revoked without refund.
For international students or US Citizens residing outside the US
Due to differences in international health care plans and systems, we cannot guarantee your health insurance coverage will be valid in the United States or that doctors/hospitals will accept your international health insurance, even in an emergency. Therefore, all One Wellesley Summer participants who reside outside of the United States are required to purchase the Wellesley Summer Accident and Sickness Insurance Program. Participants will be automatically enrolled.
Information about the 2019 Student Health Insurance Plan can be found here.
Rates for the 2020 insurance program will be posted spring 2020.
(For reference, the Summer 2019 rate for 4 week students was $100.00.)
For US Citizens
If you are covered under your parent’s insurance plan and your parents do not live in Massachusetts, please call your health insurance company and confirm you have access to comprehensive health insurance coverage in the area of Wellesley, MA. Comparable coverage is a health plan that provides comprehensive coverage for out-patient care and provides access to local doctors, specialists, hospitals, mental health services, and other health care providers in emergency and non-emergency situations outside of the state in which you reside. Emergency coverage only is not sufficient. Additionally, travel medical insurance may not provide coverage other than emergency care in Massachusetts.