COVID Testing Info:

The Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) continues to offer COVID-19 testing to our students. If you are seeking testing, please note the following procedure:

  • Call 503.838.8313 to be triaged by one of our medical providers.
  • If you meet current criteria for testing, you will be directed on next steps, including time and location of testing.

There is NO COST  for eligible students to receive COVID testing.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions about testing, COVID-19, or any other medical, mental health, or general health concerns.

Be well!

NOTE: For COVID testing, as well as all SHCC services, students must be eligible for services. Students taking 1+ credit of in-person/Hybrid-Monmouth classes are automatically assessed the health fee and therefore eligible. Students taking online only classes must opt in to be assessed the health fee. You can call us at 503-838-8313 or email to opt-in for services. 


 For all SHCC events or groups:

If you would like to request disability related accommodations to participate in a WOU/SHCC activity, please notify Disability Services (ODS) at 503-838-8250 or at least three (3) business days in advance. For ASL interpreting, Typewell transcribing, or captioning services please complete the request form.


If you have questions about any of our groups or events, please email

COVID Resources:

SAMHSA: Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health

CDC: Manage Anxiety & Stress

NAMI: Managing Stress

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty

How to Prevent Loneliness in a Time of Social Distancing

Supporting your Mental Health While Navigating Change

Manage Anxiety & Stress

Managing Traumatic Grief and Coping After National Crisis


Crisis Resources:

Campus Public Safety (503-838-8481)

Office of Student Affairs (503-838-8221)

Polk County Mental Health (503-623-9289)

Psychiatric Crisis Center (503-585-4949)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ( 800-273-TALK)

(Veterans press 1)

(en Español, press 2)

LGBTQ Suicide Hotline (866-488-7386)

Crisis Line for Racial Equity Support (503-575-3764) – answered by BIPOC counselors M-F 8:30am-5pm



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