Whether or not the Student Health Center is open, call 911 first.
If you think you're experiencing an emergency, you probably are so immediately call 9-911 if you are on campus OR 911 if you are off campus
If you need help from campus security, call 5911
Although the conditions below may not be life threatening, get a medical evaluation as soon as possible if you have:
Telehealth through Healthiest You. Allows a student to talk with a healthcare provider by phone or video 24/7. This is intended as a backup for when the Student Health Center is unavailable.
To access this service there are three options:
Cost of consult:
No charge for students with the student health insurance plan
$40 for students with any other insurance
*If a medication is prescribed, the student would still need to pay their copay for the prescription.
Please be aware that Seattle University Student Health Center does not cover visits to the emergency department or urgent care; they are billed to your insurance. Also note that for students covered under the Seattle University Student Health Insurance Plan, a $100 deductible will apply if you visit the urgent care or emergency room (deductible is waived if admitted to the hospital)
For non-urgent medical problems, make an appointment to be seen at the Student Health Center or your primary care provider. Self care may be effective, so you may want to try some of these links: