Student Health ServicesThe Student Health Clinic is located on the first floor of the new Wellness and Recreation Center at west campus. The primary entrance is located at the west end of the building near the baseball fields. There is limited parking available for student utilizing the clinic or Counseling Center and a parking pass can be obtained at the Health Clinic or Counseling Center registration desks. You may also reach the clinic by using the main Wellness Center entrance but you must be registered with the Wellness Center for entry via finger vein scanning.
Students are seen in the clinic by appointment. There are limited walk-in visits available. Students who come to the Health Center on a walk-in basis will be evaluated and given an appointment for either the same day or within a 24 to 48 hour period, depending on their health condition. If a walk-in student presents with an urgent condition they will be seen immediately. Appointments are required for Women’s Health visits and STD screenings. The Bobcat ID and insurance cards are to be presented at every visit.
The Health Fee must be paid each semester in order to use the facilities. When registered for the current semester the Health Fee is automatically included in registration charges. If not enrolled for Maymester/and or summer, returning students now have the option of paying a reduced Health Fee of $50 for use of the Student Health Clinic during Maymester, Summer I and Summer II semesters. Students must be registered for the upcoming fall semester in order to use this opportunity. The optional fee can be paid at the Business Office or by cash or check in the Student Health Clinic.Limited first aid services are given to employees. An injury of any significance will require the employee to complete an accident form and he/she must be seen by a physician on the Worker’s Compensation Panel. Flu shots are provided for employees for a fee.
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