Student Health Services
Mesa College's Student Health Services strives to help you maintain good health
and safe habits while you pursue your educational goals. We offer
no- and free aid to all currently enrolled students, and strive to offer the health education,
services, and resources you need to maintain your physical and mental wellbeing. Take
control of your health with safe and confidential support from Student Health Services.
Make an Appointment
To schedule an appointment to meet with a nurse practitioner, physician,
or counselor, you may either call 619-388-2774 or visit Student Health Services in person in I4-209. Please be prepared to discuss your health concerns so we can find the appropriate
provider for your visit. If you can no longer make your appointment, please call us
at least 24 hours ahead of your scheduled appointment time to cancel or reschedule.
There is a late cancellation/no show fee of $5.00 for all appointment services.
Should you need access to quick health support with a short-term illness or other
ailment, nurse practitioners are available by appointment. If you are in need of urgent
services, walk-ins are sometimes accepted on case by case basis.
Learn About Services and Costs
Mesa College's Student Health Services Center provides the services you need to support
your mental health and physical health and address acute illnesses and injuries. From
physical exams, to vaccinations, and mental counseling, Student Health Services helps
you get the confidential care you need and the appropriate referrals to ensure your
wellbeing while attending classes at Mesa College.
See the full list of Health Center services
Who is Eligible to Use Student Health Services? #
Student Health Services are available to all students who are currently enrolled and
attending classes at Mesa College. As part of your student enrollment, you are required
to pay a mandatory fee for health services and accident insurance that covers most
services at the Health Center. The fee is $20 during fall and spring semesters and
$17 for Mesa College's summer session. Exemptions are limited but may be possible
- You or your household receives SSI/SSP (not to be confused with benefits from the
Social Security Administration), TANF/CalWorks, or funds from the General Assistance
Program. If you feel that this may apply to you, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
- You depend solely on prayer for healing. If you feel that this may apply to you, please
contact the Admission's Office.
Student Accident Insurance
Accident insurance coverage is available for all students for any injury sustained
on campus during regular attendance at college, while attending college sponsored
activities, and traveling under college supervision to and from activities (excluding
extramural athletics covered under Athletic Accident Insurance).