Student Health Center
The Student Health Center assists students with academic and professional success through wellness, which provides inclusive and collaborative health care.
We offer affordable and accessible health care services such as an in-house pharmacy and labs. We are conveniently located on campus in the Skyhawk Station, Room 170, next to the Registrar's Office.
We will be closed November 25-29, 2019.
Please call 911 for an emergency or go to your nearest medical center for care during the closure:
Schedule is subject to change.
December 2nd-6th 2019
Do you have a hold on your student account from the Student Health Center, and you need to register for classes for the next semester?
The following immunizations requirements must be completed by students who have a hold on their student account prior to registration for the next semester:
Proof of two doses of the MMR vaccine:
Colorado State Law requires all new students to submit proof of two doses each of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccinations. This is a mandatory requirement for all college students born on or after January 1, 1957. Please check with your physician, high school, previous university, and/or military, to obtain an official signed or stamped copy of your records. Medical, religious, and personal exemptions are allowed by law; however, in the event of an outbreak, exempted persons may be subject to quarantine and exclusion from school.
Send your records to us:
If you or someone you know are the victim of assault, harassment or discrimination click here to report the incident.
For other student services, go to the Student Affairs website.
Phone: Call us at 970-247-7355
Online: Limited online booking available here
Walk-in: Walk-ins are always welcome. We will try to accommodate you as much as we can.
If you can't find what you need while booking online, please call us 970-247-7355.
In case of an emergency dial 911
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political beliefs, or veteran status.