In case of any emergency during hours when the Student Health Center is closed, campus police should be contacted and ambulance services summoned as needed and appropriate. Fees resulting from the use of ambulance services are the student's responsibility. The College realizes that each and every emergency situation is unique and that a student or a person on the student's behalf may contact an ambulance directly. The College encourages students to use discretion, prudence and caution when contacting emergency medical services. These services can be costly. If at all possible, the Student Health Center should be consulted during normal clinic hours prior to contacting an outside medical service provider. If a student thinks he requires emergency service and is unable to come to Student Health Center, he should contact a Campus Police.

  • Counseling, instruction regarding care of acute and chronic diseases, and use of preventative medical techniques
  • Diagnostic testing (urinalysis, blood sugar, strep & mono)
  • Stabilization of emergencies (within the clinic only)
  • Routine x-rays such as chest and some skeletal x-rays (in house)
  • HIV/AIDS, STD testing
  • Pharmaceuticals (ibuprofen, anti-biotic, cold medicines, etc.)
  • Referrals
  • Health screenings
  • Physicals (pre-participation physicals for student athletes and travel abroad)
  • TB reading
  • Health Education
  • Electrocardiography (EKG)
  • Flu Shots
  • Travel Clinic