The mission of Student Health Services is to provide
an accessible quality program of primary health care services relevant
to the needs of eligible members of the University Community. These
services shall include personal health care, health promotion and
education, consultation, and educational experiences for advanced level
graduate students pursuing careers in the health professions. The
Student Health Services staff provides expert consultation in matters of
health and infection control for the University Community.
goals are created in the spirit of enhancing educational experience by
modifying or removing health related barriers to learning, promoting
optimal wellness, and enabling individuals to make informed decisions
about health related concerns. We strive to empower members of the
University Community to be self-directed and well-informed consumers of
The goals of Student Health Services are to:
primary health care services which are accessible, cost-effective, and
of high quality to eligible members of the University Community.
student retention and optimize the student experience by avoiding
unnecessary interruption in the student’s education and experience
through early and ongoing attention to the health-related concerns.
- Provide individual and group health education services, which promote healthy lifestyles within the University Community.
as an academic resource through the offering of educational experiences
for selected students pursuing careers in the health-related
- Provide all services in a professional,
caring, and considerate manner to help ensure that individuals and
groups receive the optimum benefit from services rendered.
Health Services believes that for a campus community to be truly
healthy, it must be guided by the values of multicultural inclusion,
respect, and equality. Intolerance has no place at an institution of
Student Health Services supports all
individuals regardless of race/ethnicity, color, creed, national origin, religion, gender, genetic
information, age, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation
or veterans’ status.