What do I do in case of an EMERGENCY
For life-threatening emergencies, CALL 911
Who is eligible to use Health & Wellness Services?
Currently enrolled students at WSU and SE Tech can use all services provided. Although health insurance is recommended, it is not a prerequisite to using the on-campus clinic. Health & Wellness Services is available to any student regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or ethnicity.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Appointments can be scheduled by calling 507.457.5160 or in-person by visiting us in the Integrated Wellness Complex 222.
What does it cost to be seen at Health & Wellness Services?
There is no payment at the time of service. Comparatively low charges are generated for medications, vaccinations, supplies, procedures, and laboratory tests, just as in any medical facility. Any costs incurred will be billed to your health insurance. You will receive a statement by mail for any remaining balance applied to your student account.
Coverage for being seen at WSU Health & Wellness Services can be determined by calling your insurance provider and finding out if WSU Health & Wellness is in-network or out-of-network.
If WSU Health & Wellness Services is out-of-network, you can expect to see all of the charges unless you switch your primary care facility to WSU Health & Wellness Services, thus becoming in-network. This can be done through contacting your customer service from the number on the back of your insurance card.*
Another option to get out-of-network benefits while being seen at WSU Health & Wellness Services, is have your current provider at your home clinic give your insurance company a referral stating you will be receiving care at WSU Health & Wellness Services while attending college at WSU.*
*These are not absolute guarantees of coverage. Calling your insurance company is the only way to see what coverage you have and what options are available to you.
Where is Health & Wellness Services located?
What if I just have a question for a nurse?
Please call/email our Ask-A-Nurse! Your calls/emails will be triaged by RNs within Health & Wellness Services. Your calls/emails will be returned within a 2 hour time frame during normal hours of operation. Calls/emails after hours will be returned on the next business day.
Phone: 507.457.2292Plug into your contacts!
What if I have a registration hold due to immunizations?
All students are required to complete a WSU Student Immunization Record. Those students born on or before December 31, 1956 are required to complete the form, but are not required to supply immunization dates. All others (except those with a physician signed medical or notarized conscientious exemption) are required to have the immunization records with dates of administration.
How do I get FREE birth control on campus?
The Minnesota Family Planning Program (MFPP) provides confidential family planning services, including medications, contraceptives, and laboratory work, at no cost to qualifying applicants.
Health & Wellness Services
Academic Year Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30am-4:30pm
Parkview Pharmacy @ WSU
Academic Year Hours:
Monday - Friday 1:00pm-5:00pm