The mission of the Wellness Center is to maintain optimum physical and emotional health of the ERAU student body through the provision of quality, accessible, comprehensive, and cost-effective health care. The Wellness Center also promotes healthy behavior and lifestyle choices through ongoing educational outreach and programming.
Note: The Wellness Center does not provide notes for missed classes, except in situations of hospitalization. Contact must be made with professors before the missed class.
The Wellness Center does not operate a clinical medical laboratory. However, blood and other specimens are collected here with medical orders. Specimens are routinely sent to LabCorp for analysis.
It is the student's responsibility to know if their insurance requires a specific lab provider and what lab tests will be covered under their insurance policy. Students are responsible for any unpaid laboratory bills. Each student must have a good understanding of their insurance policy coverage to prevent unnecessary changes.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University recognizes the need to ensure an educational and work environment that is reasonably free from various health hazards. It is well established that the use of tobacco products is attributable to certain forms of health problems. In keeping with our core value of making our environment safer for everyone, the university enforces a tobacco-free policy for all of our campus locations. The only exception is the designated smoking area on the Prescott campus.
The Wellness Center offers tobacco cessation classes, individual counseling, medication management, and help with the Arizona Smokers Hotline, AshLine.
The Wellness Center offers CPR/First Aid classes monthly free of charge to students, staff, and faculty. When these classes are concluded, the participant will receive CPR/AED/First Aid Certification through the American Heart Association.
Prospective Flight and Air Traffic Control students should be aware that certain sensory impairments, medical, neurobiological, and psychological conditions, and prescription medications might delay or preclude FAA medical certification. Students should discuss these issues with an aviation medical examiner to ensure they are eligible to participate in instruction.
Students must go to https://medxpress.faa.gov/medxpress/ for paperwork before their appointment with an FAA examiner.
Medical Report Form
Completed form must be returned to the Wellness Center prior to enrollment. Download the form, print, and complete it for sending. This form lists the immunizations required for registering for classes and living in campus housing.
Release of Medical Information Authorization Form
The Wellness Center will not release personal health information to any party without a student's written and witnessed release. When requesting copies or transfer of records from their medical file, students must be specific as to dates, types of information (entire record, lab reports) and receiving party(ies). Completed release forms may be mailed or faxed to the Wellness Center. Please call the department for clarification, if needed.
Project LAUNCH is a pilot program granted through a partnership between the University of Arizona and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University funded by the Arizona Department of Health Services under a SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Framework-Partnerships for Success Grant. The grants’ main goal is to reduce underage and high risk drinking and prescription drug misuse/abuse among college/university students.
The Wellness Advisor position is officially within the Department of Student Engagement but works in conjunction with all offices supporting student life: Health and Wellness, Counseling, Student Advisement, Athletics, Student Veterans Office, Residence Life, Office of Women and Diversity etc. You can contact Kaye Godbey at email@example.com or (928) 777-3311. You may also stop by the Wellness Advisor’s office in the Student Union Building 16, Room#125 for more information or lively discussion.
Health & Wellness Center