Get inclusive and collaborative health care to support your academic and professional success. You'll find affordable and accessible health care services on campus like our in-house pharmacy for new medication and refills, and on-site labs.
Students can receive free sexual health care, including:
Planned Parenthood Durango provides gender affirming care.
The Health Center does 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.
Hours: M - F, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 a.m.
Call for an appointment: 970-247-7355
Location: Skyhawk Station, Room 170
Clinic appointments are in-person.
Tele-Med remote care appointments are via Microsoft Teams. Download the Microsoft Teams app to your digital device for your appointment.
Appointments are advised, but we accept walk-ins.
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.
Check with your physician, high school, previous university, and/or military, to obtain an official signed or stamped copy of your records. Medical and non-medical exemptions are allowed by law. In the event of an outbreak, exempted persons may be subject to quarantine and exclusion from school.
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? MMR and COVID-19 immunization requirements must be completed to remove that hold.
For questions or guidance for COVID-19, please call 970-247-7355.
For Covid-19 testing, schedule an appointment with San Juan Basin Public Health.
If you or someone you know are the victim of assault, harassment or discrimination, please tell someone.
Make stress relief a top priority. Stress and fear can lower immune defenses and cause inflammation in the body, which makes us more vulnerable to illness. Here are a few ideas:
Daily, fun, moderate exercise boosts your immune system and releases endorphins, the feel good hormones, in your body.
A strong immune system is your best defense. Bright, colorful fruits and veggies. Shoot for 5-10 servings a day of whole foods, such as apples, peppers, broccoli, blueberries, leafy greens, garlic, or anything that sounds and looks delicious to you.
Water makes up more than half of your body. Water and herbal teas help flush out toxins and keep you hydrated. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to function optimally. Hydrate and avoid sugary sodas and alcohol, which compromises your immune system.
Using hot soapy water, wash your hands for 20-30 seconds making sure to get in between fingers and under fingernails. Then moisturize your hands a few times a day. All this hand washing can cause skin to crack and allow germs to enter.