Health & Wellness Services

Office Contact Info
Location 11555 Old Oregon Trail | Building 2000 | Room 2020 | Redding, CA 96003
Office Hours Fall & Spring Semester: Monday - Friday | 8:00 am - 12 noon & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (closed daily for lunch)
The Student Health & Wellness Office is closed on weekends, observed holidays, and campus closures. Fall 2021 Closures: September 6, November 11, & November 22-26; Spring 2022 Closures: February 18, February 21, April 11-15
Mission Statement 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.

The Student Health & Wellness Office is open and ready to serve you!  

You have the option of choosing either a HIPAA compliant Zoom telehealth appointment or an in-person appointment with the College Nurse, Psychological Counselor, or Contracted College Physician. For physician dates of service, please visit MD Clinic Dates.

You may reach us by using the Request a Consultation online form, by phone, or stop by the office.

We look forward to hearing from you!

COVID-19 Testing Information

For Shasta College COVID-19 testing information & resources: COVID-19 Campus Information

Flu Shot Information

Where Can I Get My Yearly Flu Shot? For more information, please visit Shasta County Health & Human Services Agency - Flu Shots website.

Psychological Counseling

Student Psychological Counseling services is a program designed for Shasta College students who are experiencing stress or other emotional difficulties. Our goal is to assist students in overcoming these challenges.

Nurse Visits

The Student Health & Wellness Office provides nursing health care for individual students. The college nurse can assess your complaint and pertinent body system and make a nursing diagnosis, discussing next steps of care.

Doctor Visits

Student Health & Wellness has a limited scope of practice for physician services and does not function like the typical doctor's office. It is not the intention of the physician to be identified as a primary healthcare provider.