Health Center Services
Health Care FAQ
Health Care Questions
The University maintains a Student Health Center staffed by three physicians, three registered nurses and four LPNs. The Health Center provides health care for non-critical illnesses and injuries during the academic year, but not during vacation or holiday periods. The Student Health Center has expanded its hours of operation until 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The following services are available to students whether they have medical insurance or not: campus physician office visits for routine acute and chronic illnesses; diagnostic x-ray and laboratory; allergy injections; medications stocked by the pharmacy; health education; confidential HIV testing; reproductive consultation; mental health counseling; wellness /preventative care; and accidental death & dismemberment coverage.
The University provides a student accident and health insurance plan for students attending school on a full-time and part-time basis. The plan offers 24-hour coverage for accidents and illnesses occurring during each semester. Students are responsible for the payment of all services rendered by Student Assurance Services. (See Health Insurance).
Information concerning the student accident and health insurance plan may be obtained by contacting the Student Health Center 225.771.4770 or the Office of Student Affairs 225.771.3922.