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The Student Health and Wellness Center (SHWC) provides access to a wide range of health services including primary medical care, mental health care, preventive services and campus-wide health promotion.  We are here to help SOU students to be the best they can be during their college career.  

All SOU Students are eligible to access medical and mental health services at the SHWC.  SOU Students do not need insurance to be seen at the SHWC.  

SOU now offers a Voluntary Student Health Insurance Plan.  A Subsidy Fund exists to aid students in purchasing this insurance. 


Student Health & Wellness Center Hours

The SHWC will close for services August 15, 2013 and will re-open for limited services September 25, 2013

School Year Hours - September 30, 2013 - June 13, 2014

Monday  Tuesday Wednesday ThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
8am-5pm   8am-5pm  9am-5pm  8am-5pm 8am-5pm Closed Closed
*The SHWC follows the SOU academic calendar and is closed when university classes are not in session.  

Please see Resources for after hours, community and web based resources.

Appointment or Walk-In

We strongly recommend that students schedule appointments.  Students who walk in without an appointment will be triaged.  Non-urgent walk-ins may be scheduled for another day.  Students without appointments may have longer wait times.  To make an appointment please call 541-552-6137.

Clinic Contact Numbers

Please reference the SHWC FAQ or questions you may have. More questions? Call 552-6136 for general inquiries and questions related to student insurance, measles, records and charges.

To make an appointment please call 541-552-6137.

Please e-mail with comments or questions

SHWC Mission

To promote the optimal health and well being of students through quality educational, primary medical care, mental health and health promotion services. These services will be confidential, convenient and economical. They will be delivered in a setting and manner that facilitates the healing and learning process that recognizes the unique needs of students and is supportive of their academic success at SOU.