Know your resources! On campus, full-time students have access to free appointments with Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and Licensed Counselors.
The Student Health and Counseling Center offers a variety of services including behavioral health, medical services, information on communicable diseases, information on health insurance, information on wellness and lifestyle, alcohol, drugs, and tobacco quitting and support resources, and sexual assault support.
Behavioral health services are available at no cost with one-on-one counseling and limited Psychiatrist services focusing on providing information to students on development, social, and mental health related concerns.
Medical services available are access to birth control, blood-pressure testing, emergency-contraceptive pills, immunizations, lab collections, physical exams, pregnancy testing, STD testing, TB testing, travel health, and women’s health exams.
The wellness and lifestyle information focuses on healthy relationships, Healthy U, massage therapy, and tobacco cessation. Resources available for alcohol, tobacco, and drugs include assessments, resources, and signs of abuse.
Sexual assault support services are available for male and female victims: Advice on how to help a friend, what to do if you’re assaulted, information on rape drugs, recovery, reporting, preventative measures, and survivor rights.
If you need any type of medical assistance – mental or physical – visit Student Health and Counseling! Someone will help you or, point you in the right direction.
The office is located in the Student Services Building, Room 1400. Just past the Bursar’s Office.
Closed weekends and holidays.
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