Counseling and Health Services
Counseling and health services provides quality health care and empowers students to master their own physical and emotional well-being while pursuing their academic endeavors. We serve as a resource to the larger campus community through collaboration, outreach, consultation, and training. Our data-informed interventions are based upon best practices and responsive to our diverse student population.
Important information about our department
Counseling and health services is staffed by nurse practitioners, a part-time doctor, psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, post-doctoral fellows and advance Graduate interns. Health services offers medical care, consultation on health-related issues, health promotion programs, and referrals and collaborations with area providers and primary care physicians. Counseling services offers confidential, short-term individual and group counseling, crisis intervention/emergency services during regular working hours, workshops on requested topics and consultation and referrals with area providers when necessary.
All students are required to bring their ClipperCard and their health insurance card with them when they are seeking services from our office.
Health services bills each student's insurance for reimbursement of medical visits. There is no co-pay associated with the visit and no further billing is performed. Students may use their ClipperCard to cover the cost of some confidential care visits or lab testing. Health services does not accept cash, check, debit or credit card for any services. Please view our billing page for information on costs that you may incur during your visit.
Log in to your Navigator account to check out our new health services portal where you can enter important information such as immunization and health insurance information, send secure messages to your nurse practitioners, and view and schedule your medical appointments online! Please note: if you enter your immunization information into our portal, we require that the original health form signed by your health provider still be submitted to our office.
For a list of required immunizations, please refer to the Immunization Requirements page.
Counseling and Health Services is committed to providing professional physical and mental health care that appreciates the uniqueness and diversity of all students. Our staff values and respects the intersections of multiple identities including a wide range of races and ethnicities, cultures, political and social worldviews, religious and spiritual beliefs and practices, language and geographic characteristics, gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, learning and physical abilities, body shapes and sizes, ages, social and economic classes, and national origins. We strive to incorporate multicultural awareness into all aspects of our work, including health and counseling appointments, supervision, education, training, outreach, and hiring practices. Counseling and Health Services collaborates with other university groups and offices to promote a safe and healthy campus climate that embraces diversity.
Ellison Campus Center, suite 107, North Campus
Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm