As a college student, your physical and mental health are important to your overall success.
Shawnee State University provides a variety of health services free of charge to students through our Counseling and Health Services, which includes psychological and counseling services as well as medical treatments offered in the SSU Health Clinic.
SSU provides a broad range of counseling options which promote well-being and enhance personal growth and development. Services are offered by licensed clinical counselors in a confidential setting, and are free to all post high school, full and part-time students.
Students may call for an appointment or drop by the office to schedule an appointment.
The Shawnee State University Health Clinic is operated by Kings Daughter’s Medical Center. Health care providers are available in a walk-in setting. Students can be seen for any type of illness or minor injury, medication management and injections. Health promotion and education is also offered, and the service provides a wide range of health referrals.
Services are free to all post high school, full and part-time students.
The SSU Health Clinic is open Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., during fall and spring semesters, and is closed during the summer sessions, and holidays.
The Health Clinic is located in the James A. Rhodes Athletic Center, 1st floor, Room 118. (740)-351-4362 (351-4DOC). The Clinic's fax number is (740) 351-4365.