Student Health Policies
Please call (316) 978-3620 to make an appointment. There is a nurse available for emergencies. Immunizations and TB screenings do not require an appointment, and are ONLY handled
during triage times. These services do NOT require appointments.
Please call in or drop off a prescription during the times listed below and be aware of the refill policy.
Monday - Thursday
8AM-6PM (allow 2-4 hours)*
8AM-12PM (allow 2-4 hours)*
* During Summer session and when classes are not in session the office will be closed from 12-1.
Prescription Refill Policies
- Fridays and the day before a holiday, prescription refills will be filled up until 12 PM.
- Prescriptions called in or dropped off after 6PM on Monday through Thursday and 4PM on Friday will not be filled until the next business day.
- Prescriptions may be picked up until 6:30PM Monday through Thursday and until 4:30 on Fridays.
- We do not accept prescriptions written by outside physicians.
- If you need to refill a prescription or have any other questions regarding prescription refills, please call our office at (316) 978-3620.
- All enrolled WSU students who have paid student fees are eligibile to receive full services offered by Student Health Services. Limited services are available for faculty and staff because our
office is partially funded by student fees.
There is a $6 charge for the office visit, and there are charges for labs, medications and certain medical procedures. These charges are usually much less expensive than at an
off-campus health care facility.
Late Fees: There is a $10 charge for patients who do not show up for their appointment, are 10 minutes late for their appointment, or who do not cancel their appointment at least 30
minutes prior to their appointment with a nurse practitioner. The no-show/late fee for a physician appointment is $25.
Health insurance is not required to be seen at SHS; however, we do encourage all students to carry accident and hospitalization insurance. United Healthcare (UHC) has policies available to WSU
students. Information is available at our office. Students should know what kind of insurance coverage they have and how to file a claim, and should carry a copy of their health insurance card
with them at all times. When using off-campus health care facilities, students should know if there is a preferred provider specified by their insurance policy.