Health Services

ELTI students can be treated at the Student Health Center, which provides comprehensive outpatient medical care on campus. Physicians and support staff are on duty Monday through Friday at convenient times, and during evening hours and weekends registered nurses are available for assistance and referral. Seriously ill students and emergencies are referred to nearby hospitals or other appropriate in-care facilities. A medical immunization form is sent to accepted students and must be completed and returned to the ELTI Office. North Carolina law requires that students be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, and rubella. All international students are required to have a TB skin test and negative results within the 12 months preceding the first day of classes (chest x-ray required if test is positive).

See this page for more information on immunization requirements: