Counseling, Disability & Health Services
Learn in Good Health
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The Office of Counseling, Disability and Health Services provides convenient, on-campus resources to help all students feel supported, healthy and safe.
Seton Hill’s Health Services Office promotes healthful living and provides professional outpatient care for students. Services, provided by a nurse practitioner, include:
- Basic exams and testing
- Over-the-counter medication starter doses
- Allergy injections
- Nebulizer treatments
- Health counseling and referrals to other in-house and off-campus health services
- Assistance with obtaining off-campus x-rays and laboratory tests
Seton Hill’s Health Services Office is open Monday – Friday from 9 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Health Requirements for Incoming Students
All new undergraduate students, including students transferring from another college or university, will need to provide Seton Hill’s Health Services with:
- Health history information
- Medical insurance and primary care physician information
- Proof of immunization for:
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
- Meningococcal Conjugate (MC4)
- Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment
- Student-athletes are also required to complete a physical exam
All health information is kept confidential. Specific programs of study may have additional requirements. Once a student is accepted to Seton Hill, additional information on health requirements will be provided.
Email Health Services with any questions: email@example.com.
Free, confidential mental health counseling is available on-campus at Seton Hill’s Counseling Center.
- Licensed and certified counselors are available for appointments from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
- On-call availability 24/7 through Campus Police
- The Center will assist with off-campus referrals to ensure continuity of care during academic breaks
- The Blackburn Center is a Seton Hill academic partner and provides an on-campus counselor one day a week and a 24-hour hotline
Email Counseling Services with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Disability Services offers support designed to assure access for students with disabilities. If you request assistance and qualify for services, professional counselors will work with you to assess your individual needs and prepare a plan of accommodation.
Ways we can help:
- Special provisions for service animals
- Access to adaptive equipment and technology
- Accessibility and mobility assistance
- Obtaining note takers or sign language interpreters
- Preferential seating in classes or at events
- Extended testing time in a distraction-reduced testing environment
- Dietary planning
- Procuring learning materials in accessible formats
Email Disability Services with any questions: email@example.com