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    • Contact
      Kline Building
      2311 East Main Street

      Located between the Blackmore Library and Battelle Hall




      Contact Public Safety

      Normal Hours
      Mon 9:00 am-6:30 pm
      Tues 9:00 am-7 pm
      Weds 9:00 am-5 pm
      Thurs 9:00 am-7 pm
      Fri 9:00 am-3 pm

      Medical Service Hours
      Counseling Service Hours

      Summer Hours
      Mon-Thurs 9:00 am to 4 pm
      Fri 9:00 am-3 pm

      Services are limited and subject to change during the summer.

      Call us if you have questions or to schedule a medical, counseling, or disability services appointment, and leave a voicemail message if necessary.


    • If you feel you are in a life-threatening situation and you're on Bexley's campus, call Public Safety at 614-236-6666.

      If Public Safety determines you don't need to be taken to the emergency room, an officer will contact Residence Life and Housing staff (even for students who don't live on campus) so that an on-site staff member can help assess your need and contact the appropriate on-call center staff member.

      For non life-threatening situations:

      • Commuter and residential students may contact Residential and Commuter Life at 614-323-3282.
      • Residential students should consult with their Resident Assistant or Area Director.
      • Capital Law School students who are on the law school campus and need emergency medical or counseling services outside of normal business hours should call the law school security desk at 614-236-6161.

  • Health and Wellness Policies
    • Medical Excuse Policy

      Medical Excuse Policy

      The Capital University Center for Health and Wellness does not issue medical excuses for missed classes. Students are responsible for notifying professors of their absence from class due to short term illness/injury. However, if the student signs a Release of Information form after their ill visit, professors may call the Center for Health and Wellness to verify attendance of the visit only and the reason for absence will not be disclosed. 


    • Policy on Confidentiality


      Students age 18 and older have a legal right to receive confidential services at the Center for Health and Wellness. Therefore, students must sign a Release of Confidential Information form if they would like anybody outside of the CHW (including their parents) to receive information about their health care (with exception for a health emergency). We comply with the Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)

      Students age 17 and younger cannot receive medical or counseling services unless their parent/legal guardian signs a Consent to Treatment form.  

      If you would like copies of the Release of Confidential Information or Consent to Treatment sent or faxed to you, please contact us.Parents, if you have any concerns about your student’s well-being, we encourage you to contact the CHW, the Dean of Students office (614-236-6611), Residential and Commuter Life (614-236-6137), or Public Safety (614-236-6666).

    • ADD/ADHD Protocol

      ADD/ADHD Protocol

      1. Students may be referred for testing from professors, counselors, and/or may self-refer. 
      2. All new evaluations will include a physical examination by a physician and refer to The Ohio State University Medical Center for formal ADD/ADHD testing.
      3. Depending upon testing results, the physician may prescribe ADD/ADHD medications. 
      4. Follow up regarding diagnosis and medication will be at the discretion of the prescribing physician. 
      5. If previously diagnosed, student will provide the CHW with copies of formal ADD/ADHD testing and physician may prescribe medications otherwise testing will need to be repeated.