The Student Center for Health and Counseling strives to meet your health care needs in a supportive, inclusive, and confidential setting, conveniently on campus.
These services include:
Evaluation and Treatment
We provide medical evaluation and treatment for numerous conditions such as: bronchitis, sinusitis, strep throat, ear infections, skin rashes, flu, acne, minor injuries, mono, abdominal pain, headache, etc.
Mental Health Visits
We provide visits that treat anxiety, depression, bi-polar, mood concerns and attention concerns.
You can obtain general physical exams at SCHC, in addition we also provide exams required for sports and camp.
Women’s Health Services
Women’s health services at SCHC includes pap smears, treatment for bladder infections, pregnancy testing, birth control counseling, oral contraceptives and contraceptive shots, as well as emergency contraceptives.
Sexual Health Services
SCHC offers the following sexual health services:
- STI counseling and testing, including HIV antibody test
- Women’s health exams, including pap test
- Contraceptive (birth control) counseling and prescribing
- Free brochures on sexual health topics
- Free condoms throughout the clinic
- Minnesota Family Planning Program at BSU/SCHC
- Sexual health and STD prevention information
Our accredited lab offers the following lab services: urine tests, pregnancy tests, HIV and other STI tests or cultures or any other blood tests such as cholesterol, blood sugar, thyroid, liver function tests.
Students may come to the SCHC for allergy injections, however you must provide your own serum.
Vaccinations available at SCHC include Diphtheria/Tetanus, Hepatitis A and B, Meningitis, MMR, and influenza. Mantoux (tuberculin) testing is also available.
Some medical supplies are available from SCHC including dressing supplies, crutches, slings, splints and knee immobilizers.
SCHC provides referrals for services such as x-rays, specialty care, and other procedures not offered at SCHC to area health care facilities.
Minor Consent Form for BSU students
Students under the age of 18 cannot be treated for health related services without consent. Exceptions to this are governed by Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 144.