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Student Health Services


  • Acute and Non-Emergent Illnesses
  • Preventative Medical Services
  • Wound Evaluation and Treatment
  • STD Screening and Treatment
  • Physical Exams
  • Women's and Men's Health
  • Minor Dermatologic Procedures
  • Immunizations and Screenings

Student Health Services now participates in the Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS).


Please see the attached. fees for services. Payment is expected at the time of service.

As of Fall 2017, Student Health Services will be equipped to accept Thunderbucks for any of your medical needs in addition to cash, check, VISA/Mastercard, and Discover card.

Price List


Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Frequently Asked Questions


    Do you accept walk-ins?

    Unlike a traditional "school nurse" office, Student Health Services is a fully-functioning healthcare office much like your primary care physician. Therefore, we see scheduled patients, emergencies, and walk-ins. It is recommended that you make an appointment, but if you need to be seen, we will do our best to accommodate you quickly. This means there may be a slight wait for you to be seen, as we prioritize our patient load in the following way: emergencies, scheduled patients, walk-ins. Please see us for all of your healthcare needs.

    Do I need an appointment to be seen in your office?

    No, an appointment is not required to be seen, but highly recommended due to the volume of students we see on a daily basis. If you need to be seen, there may be a short wait as we prioritize emergencies and scheduled patients first. We will do our best to accommodate your healthcare needs quickly and effectively.

    Does the University offer health insurance for students?

    Unfortunately, the University no longer offers health insurance for students. Due to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), we have a list of websites that you can access to sign up for affordable healthcare. Please see on our insurance information page.

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