Immunizations & Student Health Insurance

All Elon students must submit documentation of all required state and university immunizations or receive an approved waiver from the State of North Carolina. Now is the time to gather your immunization records from your current/former institution or primary care provider. You should schedule an appointment to receive any immunizations you may be missing before August 1.   For more information about submitting required immunizations, visit the Office of The Dean of Students website. Students cannot be cleared to arrive to attend class until immunization records have been received and processed. Records received and processed after August 1 may result in a delay to your campus arrival. Questions about immunization compliance should be directed to Madelyn Pastrana,  Community Health Manager at (336) 278-7200 or

As a full-time law student, you must complete your Student Health Insurance waiver process or enroll in the Student Blue Plan before beginning your fall classes. For more information about the university’s student health insurance requirement and the Student Blue Insurance Plan, visit the Office of The Dean of Students website. If you do not complete the student health insurance waiver process or enroll in the Student Blue plan your account will be flagged, and the premium amount ($1,969.44) will be automatically applied to your tuition bill. Questions about the student health insurance requirement should be directed to Tammy Hill, Student Health Insurance Project Manager, at (336) 278-7276 or

Staying Fit

Maintaining physical well-being is key to your law school success. The City of Greensboro offers a wide array of recreational facilities and parks.

In addition, Elon Law students are provided with complimentary annual memberships to the Kathleen Price Bryan Family YMCA in downtown Greensboro. Students are supplied with the paperwork and information about joining the Bryan Family YMCA during Orientation Week.

Elon Law students also have access to all of Elon University’s indoor and outdoor fitness facilities. Law students have the opportunity to form teams to compete in intramurals run by Campus Recreation on the main campus.

Health and Counseling Services

Law students may visit the R.N. Ellington Health and Counseling Center on the main campus for health needs. Student visits to the Health & Counseling Center are free of charge. There are nominal charges for medications, lab tests, procedures and medical supply items.

Elon has partnered with TimelyCare to offer virtual health and well-being services and programs for students. TimelyCare gives students access to a provider for their medical and mental health needs, including acute, in the moment needs and on-going mental health support. The service provides access to 24/7 mental and medical virtual health care, and students have enhanced access to Scheduled Counseling, Psychiatry (by referral) and Health Coaching services. All of this will be available 24/7 from anywhere in the United States, with no cost to visit! For detailed information about TimelyCare services, visit the Counseling Services website.

Elon law students also have access to BarCARES, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides confidential counseling at no charge to lawyers and law students in participating bar associations and law schools.

Disability Accommodations

The School of Law and Elon University are committed to the principle of equal opportunity and equitable access. One of the ways we express our commitment is in our efforts to accommodate qualified students with disabilities as they face the challenges of university life. Faculty, staff, administrators, and students work together to find approaches and accommodations that enable students to benefit from the variety of programs and activities on campus. The School of Law works with Disabilities Resources to arrive at the most suitable approaches and accommodations for its students. Students with disabilities who are seeking accommodations must register with Disabilities Resources.

For more information about the University’s disabilities services and accessing accommodations, students may visit the Disabilities Resources Accommodate Portal.

Law students and prospective law students who need more information about disability services may contact Disabilities Resources at (336) 278-6568 or by emailing