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The following resources are provided to all fee-paying students:

Nurse Assessments

Students can call or visit the health center and ask for a free nurse assessment. The nurse will assess the severity of the student's health concern and provide recommendations for self-care or refer them to schedule an appointment. Please note that fees may apply for services beyond the initial call or visit with the nurse.  

Nurse assessments are available in our Medical Clinic.

Injury Screening

Students can visit our Musculoskeletal Injury Clinic "MSK Clinic" for an assessment by a physical therapist on a variety of concerns involving muscles and joints. Recommendations for self-care, home exercises, and follow-up will be provided. The MSK Clinic is available downstairs at Wardenburg Health Center and at the Rec Center during designated hours. 

MSK Clinic hours and information

Nutrition Consultation

Students can visit our Nutrition Resource Clinic to speak with a registered dietitian regarding a variety of nutrition-related concerns. This clinic is available at the Rec Center during designated hours.

Nutrition Resource Clinic hours and information

Mental Health Visits

Students are eligible for a limited number of counseling and psychiatry visits per year with Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS). These services are available at Wardenburg Health Center, the Center for Community (C4C) and the Health and Counseling Clinic at Village Center.

Mental health services are available through CAPS

Health Promotion Services

The Health Promotion Resource Center provides a variety of skill-building and health education resources including presentations, health campaigns, resource kits and more.

Learn more about Health Promotion

Flu Vaccination

Students can receive a free flu vaccine at one of our many on-campus clinics during the flu season (typically October - April).

Flu vaccination information and hours

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