Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs)

  • Health & Wellness services are available to Shasta College students who have paid the semester health fee and are registered at the time of service in credit-bearing courses for the current semester. 
  • Enrollment is verified with each visit.
  • Appointments are recommended, but walk-in's are welcome and accommodated as time allows. 
  • Minors (under 18 years old) seeking an appointment with the College Nurse, Psychological Counselor or Contracted Physician must present with a parent / guardian signed consent​ before receiving treatment. Exception is given during an emergency (breathing, bleeding, loss of consciousness, mental health crisis) or situations exempted by law.​​​​
  • Pregnant Women  may receive general health assessment services or health education with the College Nurse but must be referred back to their OB / MD for medical care, medical recommendations or treatments.
  • With the exception of cholesterol screening and flu shots, there are no charges for services.
  • Medical (physician) services are contracted and limited. Please see the Shasta College Events Calendar​ for upcoming Physician Clinic dates during the fall and spring semesters.
  • Hours and/or days of service are subject to change.  ​ 
  • There may be times the College Nurse and / or Psychological Counselor are out of the office or off campus during regular office hours.​ ​