Campus Health Center

The Trine University Campus Health Center provides excellent healthcare for students, faculty, and staff in collaboration with Cameron Memorial Community Hospital. Services are confidential and care providers include a licensed Nurse Practitioner and Certified Medical Assistant.

Most services provided within the Campus Health Center are free to students, faculty, and staff. This excludes specialty services (Cameron Psychiatry, etc.) If a student is referred to outside services or testing, they are responsible for resulting charges. These outside services may include ER/Urgent care visits, ambulance transport, prescriptions, blood tests, x-rays, etc.

Health Center Information PDF 

Services Offered:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of minor/acute injuries and illnesses:
    • Respiratory infections
    • Ear infections
    • Skin conditions
    • Urinary tract infections
  • Minor surgeries:
    • Minor laceration repair
    • Incision and drainage or abscesses and cysts
    • Nail excision
  • General first aid and wound care
  • Diagnostic testing:
    • Strep
    • Mononucleosis
    • Covid-19
    • Urinalysis
    • Pregnancy
    • Glucose
  • Flu immunizations
  • Allergy injections
  • Mental health screening
  • Referrals for additional care
  • The Campus Health Center IS NOT meant to replace or supersede a student’s primary care physician or care team.

Facility Information:

  • Location: Quest Hall – 1107 West Maumee St. Angola, IN 46703 (North of the Golf Course Apartments)
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 9AM – 4PM (Closed during summer and all school breaks)
  • Phone: 260.667.5693
  • Fax: 260.458.8923
  • Email:
  • For questions and concerns during summer and school breaks, contact Jessica Taylor, Director of Student Retention, at 260.665.4947 or

Appointment Information:

  • Appointments are required
  • Click here to schedule an appointment online
  • You can also schedule an appointment via phone or email. If you call the Campus Health Center and are not able to speak with someone, please leave a voicemail with your name and phone number. A staff member will return your call as soon as they are able.
  • The Campus Health Center does not provide emergency care. Please call 911 for all life-threatening emergencies.

Students who are under 18-years-old at the start of the school year must have documented permission from their parent/guardian to receive care from the Campus Health Center. Parents can complete this form to provide that permission. The minor student can bring this form with them to their first appointment (where it will be kept on file), or a copy can be emailed to This form can also be used for non-Trine affiliated medical facilities and services if needed.

Additional Information


Immunization Requirement Information and Checklist PDF

New students are encouraged to submit their immunization records prior to coming to campus. This ensures that they have plenty of time to receive missing doses or file for exemption if needed. New students must submit their records or file for an exemption by the end of Fall 2024. If a student has not submitted their record, Trine University reserves the right to place a registration hold on their account.

We will provide vaccination clinics in September, November, and February for students needing vaccinations. More information about these clinics will be provided at move-in.

Please read all of the information below. If you have questions or concerns, contact Jessica Taylor, Director of Student Retention, at 260.665.4947 or

MedProctor and Submitting Immunization Records

  • All incoming students must submit their immunization records or receive official exemptions.
  • Incoming students will submit their records or file for exemptions AFTER they attend SOAR (new-student orientation).
  • Records are collected online via MedProctor. Students will receive an email (to their Trine email address) from MedProctor during the summer. The email will contain a link that will take you to their website.
  • Once students upload their records, MedProctor will review it within 2-4 business days. They will notify students if they are missing any immunizations.
  • If a student receives a new immunization after submitting their record, they can upload their updated record and MedProctor will re-review it.
  • Submitting records to MedProctor is FREE for students. If you are prompted to pay or experience issues with uploading records, use the customer service “Chat Now” feature at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
  • If a student would like to request an exemption, they can also use the “Chat Now” feature. Tell them you would like to file for an exemption, and they will assist you with that process.
  • MedProctor is a secure service, and all student immunization records will be treated as confidential medical documentation.
  • MedProctor troubleshooting:
    • If you are having trouble with your Trine login credentials or can’t access your Trine email, contact our Information Technology department at
    • If you have issues with the MedProctor website or the process of submitting your record, use the “Chat Now” customer service feature on the MedProctor website.
    • If you have additional questions or concerns, contact Jessica Taylor, Director of Student Retention, at 260.665.4947 or
  • All records must be submitted via MedProctor. Do not mail or email immunization documentation to Trine University staff or the Campus Health Center. If we receive this documentation, it will be shredded or returned to sender.

Required Immunizations

  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) - 2 doses after 1st birthday
  • Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria) - 1 booster in the last 10 years
  • Varicella (Chickenpox) - 2 doses OR verification of chickenpox diagnosis
  • Meningitis - 2 types of immunizations are required
    • MenACWY/MCV4 (Menactra/Menveo/MenQuadfi) - Students typically receive 2 doses - 1st at age 10-12 and 2nd after age 16. At minimum, we require 1 dose after age 16.
    • MenB (Bexsero/Trumenba) - 2 doses
  • Hepatitis B - 3 doses
  • Polio - 4 doses
  • We DO NOT require flu or Covid-19 immunizations
  • The Campus Health Center does not perform physicals for athletes. Please get your physical before coming to campus or from a local provider. If you need assistance finding a place to get your physical, contact your coach, athletic trainer, or Jessica Taylor, Director of Student Retention (260.665.4947) or
  • Click here to find the 2024 physical form and more information regarding athletics physicals
  • Athletes should email completed physicals, sickle-cell results, and questions/concerns to
  • Trine University does not offer any primary or secondary health insurance plans to domestic students, including athletes. If you need assistance finding a health insurance plan, contact Jessica Taylor.

Communicable Disease

  • Cameron Health and the Trine University Campus Health Center follow Center for Disease Control recommendations and guidance regarding communicable diseases
  • All cases of communicable disease will be reported to the Steuben County Health Department or the county in which the patient resides
  • The Campus Health Center providers can order QuantiFERON Gold+ tuberculosis blood tests for international students and provide follow-up care and referrals for students with abnormal/positive results

Health Education

  • Sexually transmitted infection awareness and prevention
  • Reproductive health
  • Substance use
  • Nutrition
  • Sleep hygiene
  • Healthy habits

Urgent Care of Cameron Hospital
1381 North Wayne St. Angola, IN 46703
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Cameron Memorial Community Hospital
East Maumee St. Angola, IN 46703
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