Masks are still required inside the SHCC building.
Spring 2022 term clinic hours will be 9-12 pm and 1-5 pm Monday through Friday. Please call 503-838-8313 for an appointment.
At SHCC, we continue to adapt and evolve through this COVID experience, evaluating our needs and the needs of students to ensure great care in a timely manner. We continue to provide counseling and medical services to eligible students.
Students assessed the health fee are eligible for services. Students taking 1+ credit of in-person or hybrid classes on the Monmouth campus are automatically assessed the health fee. All other registered students may choose to opt-in to have the fee assessed to their student account.
The health fee is $150 per term. It is billed to your student account.
There are students taking online only courses that would not be eligible for services based on their location and due to licensing rules. Due to licensing rules for our medical and counseling providers, students must be located in the state of Oregon to receive services.
There are advantages to opting in for the health fee now. Once you opt in, it will be assessed to your student account. If you opt in now, it will be covered by vocational rehab, financial aid, veteran services, etc. This service is highly recommended for students living on campus or in nearby communities, for students who do not have insurance, and for students who want the comfort of knowing they can access medical and counseling services at any time.
Students are encouraged to call or visit the SHCC to schedule appointments. Students coming onto the premises for their scheduled appointment must wear a mask/face covering. Student must come alone to the scheduled appointment to help reduce risk of exposure to other students and our staff.
We are open and will continue to serve you.
You will continue to get reminders about your appointment, so please call and cancel if you cannot make it to your appointment to avoid being charged the $50 no show fee.
If you have any questions or are unclear about our services at any time, please visit our website or contact us at 503-838-8313. The services explained above will be in effect until further notice.
We are located across from the Woodcock Education Building, and next to the Winters Math and Nursing Building. For appointments stop by or call 503-838-8313.
Looking for a vaccination/booster site? Check out this link.
YOU TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID:
Click here for further instructions on what to do, including reporting your positive result to SHCC.
COVID VACCINE RECEIVED:
If you are not getting the COVID-19 vaccine, you must complete the exemption process in order to be consider compliant with the COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The steps for the COVID-19 exemption include:
Have a medical hold on your transcript? Need to turn in your Health History / Immunization form, but not sure how? Click here for all the information you need to successfully comply with our immunization process at Western Oregon University.
We are looking for students to get involved with our advisory committee. This committee will provide direction and feedback for the planning and services of the Student Health and Counseling Center. This is a low commitment way to get involved and make an impact as a student!
Our center offers exceptional care in helping students stay healthy and well in their academic pursuits. Our services incorporate a holistic approach including medical services, counseling services, and health promotion. Our department takes pride in their collaborative and educational approach to student care.
We are open Monday-Friday 9-12pm and 1-5pm.