Health and Wellness Services

The mission of Health and Wellness Services is to provide health education, prevention, and health promotion services and activities in response to the changing needs and concerns of our students.

Coronavirus Update
St. Thomas Aquinas College continues to actively monitor the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and evaluate the potential impact on our community. The well-being of our students, faculty, staff, campus visitors, and their families remains our top priority. Read more>

STAC students (both residents and commuters) and employees must submit their COVID-19 Vaccination Documentation Forms to the College. 

  • Fully and partially vaccinated individuals must submit COVID Vaccine Documentation at www.stac.edu/COVID.
  • It is the College's expectation that you receive the booster shot when eligible, as we believe the boosters will provide a critical additional layer of safety across our campus. When you are eligible to receive your booster, or if you already are, please get your booster and upload documentation at www.stac.edu/COVID.
  • Any individual who would like to request a medical or religious exemption, please read our COVID-19 Vaccination Exemption Fact Sheet at www.stac.edu/exemption and fill out your applicable form. STAC students and employees exercising this right will be fully supported.

Students are encouraged to visit Health and Wellness Services for illness assessment, coordination of medical resources, health counseling, health education, and community referrals. Health and Wellness Services is a source of confidential health care and a wellness resource center for all students. The Office is open during the academic year and staffed by a full-time registered nurse.

Please note: appointments must be made, and please call first upon visiting Health and Wellness Services. 


Center for Disease Control and Prevention Website
Flu Prevention Information
New York Department of Health Website
Urgent Care Centers
STAC Telehealth


New York State Public Health Law 2165 requires that full and part-time students submit proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella within thirty (30) days of beginning classes. New York State Public Health Law 2167 requires that ALL college students either receive the vaccination against Meningococcal meningitis or acknowledge that they have been made aware of the risks and have chosen not to be vaccinated.


Commuter Students
COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation
Immunization Form
Meningitis Vaccine Information
Meningitis Vaccine B Information

Resident Students
Welcome and Instructions
COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation
Immunization Form
Health History
Meningitis Vaccine Information
Meningitis Vaccine B Information
Physical (Recommended)