Medical Clinic and Pharmacy

Medical Clinic

Move to Eastman Hall- Week of June 3

We’re moving! During the next couple days we will be moving and it will briefly interrupt our service to the campus. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Walk-ins and triage available Monday, June 3 in Hill Hall, first floor and Thursday, June 6 in Eastman Hall, second floor.
  • We expect to be fully operational on Monday, June 10 in Eastman Hall! You’ll be able to find us on the second floor.
  • If you have questions, please give reach out. Calls and emails will be answered as we are able: 320-308-3193. 


The clinic provides general medical care including preventative care, and diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries. Appointments can be made with physicians and nurse practitioners.

  • Diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury
  • Pelvic exams, Pap smears, contraceptives, pregnancy testing, IUD placement and Nexplanon insertion/removal
  • Physical exams for athletics, academic programs and Education Abroad 
  • Testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Minor surgical procedures such as mole removal and laceration repair
  • Immunizations, allergy injections
  • Diagnostic laboratory tests

With advance notice, interpreter services are available. 

Canceling an appointment

Student Health Services charges a $15 missed-appointment fee to patients who miss more than two appointments. If circumstances prevent you from keeping an appointment, a phone call to cancel can help you avoid incurring the fee. Health insurance companies do not pay this fee. 

Who Can Use the Services?

Our services are available to enrolled students, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion or ethnicity. Having medical insurance is not a prerequisite. 

Confidential Medical Records

Records are maintained on each patient. All information is confidential and can be released only with written permission. Records are retained 10 years from the last date of care. After that, they are destroyed.


If consultation with a medical specialist is needed, patients will be referred to a specialist in St. Cloud or in your hometown area, depending on your medical needs and/or health insurance.


Our charges for office visits, prescriptions, lab work, and procedures are very reasonable and usually less than community clinics. Charges can be billed to most insurance plans. See Billing and Payment for Services for more information. 

Scheduling an Appointment


Summer Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
No appointments available on Fridays; office staff available

Closed evenings, weekends and holidays. Limited availability during breaks.

Dental options

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