The mission of the Student Health and Wellness Office is to offer holistic mental and physical health services that contribute to student retention and promote lifelong well-being.
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.
All students, and employees sent by the district for district-paid TB skin testing, will be required to show a government-issued photo ID (driver's license, state issued ID, Passport, Matricula Consular card, etc.)
prior to receiving services with providers.
This does not pertain to accessing lobby "self-help" supplies.
With the exception of cholesterol screening and flu shots, there are no additional charges for services.
shot clinic – October 9 (Thursday) 10am-3pm – Campus Center Stage (2000
Shots administered by COSTCO Pharmacy Cost: $15,
cash or check.
This clinic will have only one type of injectable vaccine intended for
non-pregnant persons over 9 years old.
If you are a college employee with benefits, bring your Envision Rx card.
your healthcare provider if interested in a variation of the vaccine
Please see the Shasta College Events Calendar for upcoming Physician Clinic dates
during the fall and spring semesters.
Health Wellness brochure 6-2014.pdf
This online, interactive training simulation is designed to prepare faculty/staff and students to:
(1) recognize when a student / friend / classmate is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and
(2) manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service.
Medical (physician) services are contracted and limited;
hours and/or day(s) of service are subject to change.
Additionally, there may be times the College Nurse and / or Psychological Counselor
are out of the office or off campus during regular office hours.
The College Nurse & Psychological Counselor are
certificated, non-instructional faculty trained in
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)