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Upcoming Events

  • Mental Health First Aid training: offerd again Fri 3/13 and 3/20 from 8:30 - 12:30 in room 913! Register here.
  • Tobacco Free Group - PEERS and Student Health Service offering group sessions to support quitting or cutting back. Mondays at 3pm in room 913.
  • New Smoke-Free Campus policy began Jan 1st, 2015. Policy includes vaporizers and e-cigarettes. Need help planning for a successful, minimally stressful transition? SHS is here to support everyone: smokers, non-smokers, and soon to be non-smokers. Free quit kits available. Schedule an appointment today!
  • Questions about Ebola? The County Public Health Department is the best source of local information:
  • PEERS: People Empowering Each Other to Realize Success: a new service on campus. PEERS are students trained as peer educators and work closely with Student Health Services to provide support and resources to other students. Call or come in for an appointment today! PEERS Flyer 
  • Join the PEERS Team! Applications accepted in Student Health Services. 2 Recommendation Forms required. Interested in helping, but unsure if you can commit to being a peer educator? Ask us about PEERS club.
  • Get Yourself Tested! Free and low cost STD testing on campus! Birth control and other sexual health services are also offered to men and women. Bring your FamPACT card, or apply for one here.

Student Health Services (SHS) provides students with medical services, crisis and short-term personal counseling, and referrals to community resources. Appointments can be made for acute illnesses and well care (including physical assessments and immunizations), routine laboratory tests, women's and men's reproductive health needs, and personal counseling. Many services are provided free of charge to enrolled students; nominal charges apply for lab testing, medications, and immunizations. For minor injuries, walk-in patients are prioritized as appropriate.

For a complete list of our services >>

We welcome students of all backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations. We provide a safe environment for learning about your health needs and discovering your wellness potential.

For an appointment:

  • Email:
    Include: reason for appointment, your first and last names, your student ID # or date of birth, and several available dates/times. Messages answered during office hours.
  • Phone: 831-479-6435


Short-term personal counseling is available to all students by appointment. Referrals to community resources will be made for those wanting or needing ongoing care.

For more information about emotional health and wellness, go to ULifeline.



SHS offers counseling and testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We also provide condoms, emergency contraception, birth control method counselling and supplies, and annual well woman (pelvic) exams. See above for information on how to schedule an appointment.

We are a Family PACT provider! Come to Student Health Services to see if you are eligble for this program.

There are 20 million new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) each year. Photo of concerned young man. April is STD Awareness Month.

Contact Information
Aptos Campus
Location Room 912, next to the cafeteria
Phone 831-479-6435

Sprin 2015


Mon - Thurs   8 AM - 5 PM

Fri 8  AM - 1 PM


Spring Break




Closed 3/30 - 4/3/15


5/18 - 5/21/15

Mon -Thurs 9am -1pm

Closed Friday 5/22/15




Watsonville Center
Location Student Resource Center
Phone 831-786-4738






Nurse hours:

Wed 10 - noon

Personal Counseling:

Th 11am - 3pm

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