Student Health Portal Information

Please review all information regarding the Widener University Student Health Portal

The Widener University Student Health Portal is available for managing your on-campus health needs and immunizations. You can access your Student Health Portal through

Your Widener sign in and password are used to access the portal. Instructions to upload documents are located under the UPLOAD section on the portal.

From the portal you are able to:

  • View your upcoming appointments and complete mobile check in
  • Upload your immunization records, IGRA Blood test and COVID vaccination record
  • Receive secure messages, test results and education regarding your care

Secure Communication and Text Messages

Student Health Services uses secure messaging as a tool for communicating with you about personal health information, as it is more secure than email. This communication tool is not to be used in urgent situations.

When Student Health Services sends you a secure message, you will receive an email to your Widener email account from with the subject line “Secure Message from Widener Student Health Services.” The secure message notification will read “You have a new message from Widener Student Health Services.” A hyperlink will bring you directly to the portal and prompt you to sign in using Widener credentials if you are not already signed in.

The secure message becomes a permanent part of your medical record. Please review these messages and do not block them or send them to your spam folder. If at any time you have a concern regarding the validity of the message please call Student Health at 610-499-1183.

Student Health Services also encourages you to sign up for text messages regarding appointment reminders and notifications that you have a secure message. From your portal home page click your name in the blue box in the top right-hand corner, then click edit your profile and opt in for text messages and provide an updated cell phone number and click save.

PASSWORDS are an important aspect of maintaining your privacy. Sharing your password allows access to confidential health information in your student health portal. Sharing your password is strongly not advised.