There is no cost for services provided by Student Health Services.
Any services, prescriptions or referrals off-campus are the financial responsibility of the student.
Acute Care – evaluation and management of minor illness and injury
Support for Chronic Conditions – support for students with ongoing health conditions
Immunizations – Tetanus/diphtheria vaccination is available on a limited basis
Tuberculosis Testing – available Monday–Wednesday for at-risk students or those requiring screening
Medical Supplies – loan of equipment including: crutches, ice/heat packs, compression wraps
Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medications – a limited supply of OTC medications is available
Laboratory Testing – rapid strep testing, mononucleosis testing, dipstick urinalysis, urine pregnancy testing, hemoglobin testing, glucose testing
Physical Exams – sports physicals, pre-operative exams, internship/volunteer/camp physicals
Mental Health – medication management for some mental health conditions (primarily depression/anxiety)
Prescription Medication – most medications can be prescribed, as needed. Prescription medications are not stocked in Health Services must be filled at area pharmacies. Controlled substances, including medications for ADD/ADHD are not prescribed by Health Services
Health Education – individual education session, pamphlets and a variety of health education resources are available
Consultation and Referral – evaluation and recommendation for follow-up at external healthcare facilities based on the acuity and level of care required
Diagnostic and Treatment Orders – laboratory tests, x-rays, physical therapy orders