Services We Offer
Overview of Services
Our staff treats a wide range of health problems, including acute minor illnesses such as colds, sinus problems, and allergies; and chronic medical problems such as asthma, diabetes, and hypertension. We offer preventive health service, including cholesterol screening, smoking cessation, and vaccinations. TB skin tests will only be administered on Mondays during the summer.
We do accept and file insurance for our services. We are onlyinnetworkwithBlue Cross & Blue Shield (this includes State and School Employees).
We will issue excuse notes for students who miss class or work for appointments or illness based on physician discretion. If you lose or need an additional excuse note there is a $5.00 fee (cash or check only) for duplicates.
Office Visit & Fees
Two doses of measles-containing vaccine (usually administered as MMR vaccine) are required for all first-time enterers to all Mississippi colleges and universities and must be obtained before the new student will be permitted to receive a class schedule and attend classes.
In addition to the required immunizations listed above, the following shots are recommended, but not required:
Services Available via Telehealth
Student Counseling Services & Mental Health
Stress,depressionandanxiety are increasingly prevalent on college campuses. If you or someone you know develops symptoms such as:
They/you may benefit from seeing our professional from Counseling Services.
Counseling is offered to enrolled students free of charge.
Face-to-face counseling available on Tuesday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Telecounseling available on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. For an appointment call, 601.266.4829. For emergencies after 5 p.m. on weekdays and weekends, call 601.606.HELP (4357).
*Hours may vary according to academic calendar.
If you believe you have been a victim of sexual assault, we provide sexual assault assistance and abusive relationship referrals. The Sexual Assault Crisis Center can be reached at 601.264.7777.