FROM: Student Affairs
RE: Did You Know!?!?!?!!
Sent: 8/3/2017 2:37:34 PM
To: Students, Faculty, Staff

Did You Know!?!?!?!!


The goal of the Student Health Services department is to provide high-quality health care to our students; to direct students to other health care providers when appropriate; to provide emergency care for all members of the University community; to address the specific health needs of those members of the student population with special problems; and to conceive, develop and implement relevant health education programs for the University community. All students must complete a pre-entrance health form that is kept on file. All medical records are strictly confidential.

The Health Center and Counseling Center are located in Carter Hall G-53.  Doctor’s hours are posted on a monthly calendar on the Health Center door and on the Health Center website:

You can reach the Health Center staff by calling 724-938-4232.

Students who visit the Counseling Center may come for a psychological consultation or short-term counseling, a referral to a long-term treatment provider or information about other valuable campus resources.

Services provided by the Counseling Center are strictly confidential according to state and federal law, are offered during academic semesters, and are available at no additional charge to California University students.

The Counseling Center can be reached at 724-938-4056. 

Located in Carter Hall G-82, the Health and Wellness Education Center is available to help students, staff, or faculty with tools and handouts such as educational pamphlets, displays, and condoms.  Monthly programs include STD testing, Nutrition, Smoking, Fitness, and Street.  Contact Fran at 724-938-5922 for more information. 

Alcohol and Other Drug Education offers educational programs such as Tiki Bars, Alcohol Jeopardy, Red Watch Band Training, Peer Education Training, as well as other customized programs.  The Prevention Awareness Recovery Center (PARC) is open to all students in recovery from addiction, students who are still struggling with addiction-related issues, and students who wish to leave more about substance abuse and addiction.  Contact Rachel Michaels at or by calling 724-938-4775 for more information. 

Cal U welcomes otherwise qualified students with disabilities as members of the University community.  The University recognizes its responsibility to these students and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access and full participation as guided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  The Office for Students with Disabilities is located in Carter Hall, G-35.