Health Services

Room 156A
(310) 440-1219 or x219    Health Center hours: Mon – Thurs 8am-2pm;
walk-ins accepted
Closed on all legal and religious holidays.
Closed during the Summer and Semester breaks.

The University has a Nurse Based Student Health Center, located on the Familian Campus, available to ALL full- and part-time students.  

The Health Center is staffed Monday through Thursday. Students who have purchased the AJU Student Health Insurance Plan should seek after hours care at Kaiser.

The Student Health Center is closed during holiday weeks, campus vacation breaks and during the summer.


All students attending American Jewish University are charged a Student Health Fee.  This fee covers the cost of running the Student Health Center on the Familian Campus and the psychological services provided by the University.  The health fee is NOT health insurance.


All matriculated students registered for 9 or more credits per semester are required to enroll in the AJU Student Health Insurance plan or to carry alternative health insurance. Student billing statements include this charge, but students may seek a waiver and have this charge removed. You must decide whether to accept the AJU Student Health Insurance or remain with your alternative plan. If you currently have alternative health insurance that you prefer to keep, you may petition to waive out of the University's plan by going on-line to and following the instructions for seeking a waiver. You will need your ten-digit student identification number in order to sign onto the web site.

Once the deadline passes, the online waiver link will close and the ability to waive out of the health plan and have the charge removed will no longer be available.  There will be no refunds and no exceptions..

Application for Dependent Coverage  



American Jewish University requires an initial health history and record of immunizations be on file with the Student Health Center prior to your first semester of enrollment.  Students with incomplete health records may not be able to register for classes.

Having your health records complete with the Student Health Center may save you from unnecessary headaches and running around during your time here at AJU.  Students that intend to accept internships, work in a hospital or school or possibly study abroad may need to provide these agencies with health information.  A complete health record with the Student Health Center may make this process much simpler.

Inquiries about health insurance may be directed to the Dean of Students, Ms. Nellie Goodarznia at or her Executive Assistant, Ms. Samantha Weinberg at 310-476-9777 x539 or 

Inquiries about health history and/or immunizations should be directed to the nurse:, or 310-476-9777 x219.

Meningococcal Vaccine Information and Waiver