Stop by Health Services (CC109) to pick up registration. Meeting times TBD by the club members. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like an emailed copy of the registration form. There is no cost associated with this club.
Fitness Challenge Registration – Free for students. Teams up to 4. Stop by Health Services to register and enter to win prizes at the end.
Health Services – Know Your Numbers!
Free to students: Doctor Physicals (Work? School? Insurance?), Lipid Panel (Cholesterol levels) in January
Cost to staff/faculty: Doctor Physicals $20, Lipid Panel $10
Doctor is on campus Wednesday’s 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Normal Hours M-Th 8:00-4:00
Jan. 16th Deep Breathing Meditation CC117 9-10:15
Jan. 24th Free Lunch n’ Learn CC117 11:00 & 12:15 Know Your Numbers
There is still a limited supply of the Flu-shot for students! Come get yours in the Health Services in CC!
Student Nurses Club (open to pre-nursing and current nursing students, registration forms in Health Services, Student Life or on Health Services Bulletin Board, return registration to Health Services) Upcoming informational meetings: Nov. 2nd 9-9:30 in CC117. Email questions to email@example.com or stop by Health Services.
Free Physicals and Doctor Visits on campus. Appointments Wednesdays 1-4. (You can stop by Health Services CC109, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-450-3525 for more information or to set up an appointment.)
Come join the health department for a interesting meeting on ways to tackle depression. The meeting will start on Monday, October 23rd at 11 am till 1:30 pm in room CC117
Need a way to distress for midterms ? Want to relax? Join the Health Department for Art Therapy. Be an artist and come to the room CC117 on Thursday October 12th from 9am to 10:15am. Your paint brush awaits!
Come join us for a stress-reliever art session with Health Services and Student Life!
When: October 12th from 9:00 am to 10:15 am
Where: CC 117
In collaboration with Student Success Day, the Student Resource and Resiliency Committee is collecting donations for the Student Lunch Box Program at the registration desks.
The Student Lunch Box program provides basic meals for students spending long hours on campus who don’t have the financial resources to purchase food on campus or bring it from home. The program includes both lunch and breakfast items. To access this service, students should visit the Health Services office (CC109) and our staff will assist you in accessing the lunch box program. No appointment or registration is required.
- The program is in need of:
- Juice Boxes/Pouches and other individual packaged drinks
- Hot Tea Bags
- Sugar/Stevia Packs
- Lunch Paper/Plastic Bags
- Popcorn Packs
- Individual Dark Chocolate Pieces
- Packs of Tuna salad w/crackers or Chicken salad w/crackers. (Not refrigerated)
- Oatmeal Cups
- Soup to Go Cups
- Granola Bars
- Instant Noodle Cups/Trays (Like ramen)
- Forks/Spoons/Stir Sticks
- Disposable Cups (for hot drinks)
- Individual Packs of Nuts, Fruits, Crackers, Cookies, Trail Mix, Fruit Snacks, etc.
If you are able to donate, please bring your items to the Student Success Day check in tables. Thank you for your kind donation to our program.
Stop by Health Services in CC109 to get a registration form. Individual or team (up to 4) forms are due by August 28th. This is FREE for students, sponsored by Health Services. Earn points over the semester for healthy life choices and at the end of the challenge the top team and individuals will have prizes awarded.
Health Services: Your on campus clinic. All visits are FREE! Staffed M-Th 8:00-4:00 with a nurse for typical wellness visits. Sore throat? Headache? Upset Stomach? Reproductive health issues or questions? A doctor is on campus Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm. Appointments are encouraged but walk-ins are welcome. We are located in College Center Lower Level (CC109) near the restrooms and Green Room. Email questions to email@example.com or call 651-450-3525.
|A clinic at school for you!
Wednesday 8:00-4:00 Doctor 1:00-4:00
Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Visits are always FREE! Appointments suggested but not required for the doctor. His visits fill up fast. Walk-ins are welcome
Education and referral visits are welcome.
Onsite labs tests are free to students. Rx’s as needed for illnesses.
Minimal fee for TB testing and labs that need to be sent to an outside lab.
Lunch Box Program – We know that some students may struggle with long hours on campus without the resources to purchase or bring food from home. Going long periods without nutrition is detrimental to your physical and mental health. Please if you find yourself in need stop by Health Services for a basic donated meal. Meal examples are soup, microwave mac and cheese cup, oatmeal, granola bars, etc. Just something to help you get through your day.