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- Administration Bldg. A-111
- Phone: 805.378.1413
- Fall & Spring HoursMon, Tues, Thurs. 8- 5
Wed. 8- 7
Mon - Thurs 8:00- 6:00
- Appointments Preferred
First Aid or Medical Emergencies
Call campus police/dispatch at 805.378.1455
Give name, location, nature of injury/illness and wait for further instruction from campus police before hanging up.
Learn about and participate in health education events, cholesterol testing, and notification of flu vaccine availability, and more.
Illness or Health Concerns
Feeling tired, have a fever, sore throat, difficulty sleeping, feeling sad or anxious, stomach upset, concerned about your alcohol intake or drug use?
Appointments are available to see RN’s, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of acute and minor medical illnesses.
Immunizations & TB Skin Test
Tdap (includes whooping cough vaccine) – $45
Hepatitis B - $32 per dose (requires 3)
MMR - $55
Flu Vaccine - $20 (available in Fall)
TB skin test - $5
Optional health insurance plans (medical, vision, dental) available in the student health center waiting room and on line.
Student Accident/Injury Insurance – secondary policy coverage for injuries that only occur on campus.
Self Care Center – need some Tylenol, throat lozenge, or band aid
Self care center with over-the-counter medications available free in the health center.
Sexually transmitted disease (including HIV) counseling, testing, and treatment are available for both men and women. Genital and testicular exams, pap tests, birth control planning, Plan B, pregnancy tests and counseling on abstinence offered. Condoms are available for purchase, 12 for $3.
**Lab work and medication are free to those who meet the Family Pact requirements – inquire at the health center.
Meet with a peer nutrition counselor and discuss how to improve how you feel through healthy eating. Available Fall/Spring semesters only.
For academic programs - $20 (this does not include cost for immunizations or lab work)
Sorry no DMV or athletic physicals.
Mental Health Counseling
Short term counseling is available for students having difficulty coping with depression, anxiety, loss, relationship issues, and more. Counseling is provided by Psychologist, Marriage Family Therapist and Psychology Trainees.
Community Health Resources
If we cannot help you, we offer an extensive list of low cost/sliding scale referrals and will assist you in getting connected.