Fresno Pacific University's Health Center, recognizes wellness as the best possible, God-given state of being. Wellness is more than lack of disease. It is balanced life wholeness. Wellness is achieved through nurturing the physical, spiritual, social and mental areas of our lives. Health Services supports all areas, but primarily addresses disease prevention and health promotion. The campus nurse, Jennifer Calvero, RN, is the primary care provider at FPU. FPU also offers an online wellness magazine, Student Health 101.  The permanent link to the magazine is located at the top of this page. Scroll down for more links and additional magazine issues.   


Services at the FPU Health Center are available at no charge to students, staff and faculty. Appointments can be made, but are not necessary. Services provided include:

  • Illness/injury evaluation
  • Screening of medical concerns
  • Health and wellness information
  • Health provider referrals
  • Medical resources for students and staff
  • Required immunizations for enrollment
  • Seasonal flu shots
  • TB skin testing

TB skin tests and immunizations are offered each fall for a small fee. TB skin testing $35, MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) $75, Polio $35, and Flu shots $20.

First-aid kits are located in strategic areas through-out the campus and in on-campus housing.

The emergency medical techs are available through Campus Safety, 453-2298, for emergency illness or injury.

The Health Center carries a variety of over-the-counter medications that are available for relieving aches and pains. For recommended usage of over-the-counter medicines (OTCs), we recommend WebMD.

Community clinic and physician referrals are available if needed. We also have a list of health care providers near the university.

There are many online resources for illness and injury: for example, the Mayo Clinic offers tips for first aid, and the McKinley Health Center offers a large menu of medical concerns.

FPU Health Center 

Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


FPU Immunization Requirements for Enrolled Students

  • FPU Immunization Requirements for Enrolled Students

  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (2 doses; the last dose must have been after age 12 months.)
  • Meningococcal Vaccination or a signed Statement of Decline 

New freshmen planning to live on campus must complete a TB questionnaire to evaluate risk for exposure. After review of the questionnaire by the campus nurse, it will then be determined if a PPD skin test is necessary.

FPU Requirements for International Students

In addition to the above immunization requirements, proof of a negative Tuberculin Skin Test PPD (Mantoux) within the past 12 months must be provided. Completed polio series (3 doses of OPV, 4 doses of IPV or 4 doses of any combination of OPV and IPV) must also be submitted.

If you have a medical condition that exempts you from these vaccines or is against your beliefs:

Please download the Immunization Waiver Form and submit to the Health Center. 

Student Health 101

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