The Student Health Center includes the Student Health Clinic which addresses physical health needs and Mental Health Counseling which addresses mental and emotional health needs. Please click on the individual links for more information.

Coronavirus Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Info

If you are ill with a fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, a new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea, these may be symptoms of COVID-19.  Please call your health care provider, clinic, or local Emergency Room prior to arrival, whenever possible. This will allow proper screening for testing when appropriate, health care advice, referrals for in-person visits, and instructions for self-isolation or self-quarantine. For updated information from San Diego City College regarding COVID-19, click here


Link for Recording of 5/6 Panel on Covid-19, BIPOC Health Disparities, Vaccinations


Need Health Insurance?

California health officials are allowing anyone who lost a job or work hours because of business closures related to COVID-19 to sign up for health insurance. Covered California Enrollment.


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The Student Health Center's department mission is to foster the academic and personal success of students by supporting the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the college community.

Student Program Outcomes

The Student Health Center is proud to provide quality, evidenced-based care to our students. Among our successes documented in 2017-2018:

Mental Health Counseling

  • Increased student access to community resources by bringing outside community partners onto campus.
  • Provided campus-wide outreach education and stigma reduction efforts to students, faculty, and staff.
  • Provided orientation and follow up services to students supporting both academic and personal success.
  • Demonstrated improvement in functioning as measured by positive changes in assessment scores.

Student Health Clinic

  • Increased the number of students who learned their weight and associated Body Mass Index, (BMI). For students with increased BMI, students were educated about weight, benefits of losing weight, and a government resource that can help them learn more about the health issue.
  • Utilized the PHQ2 to assess depression in all students presenting to the Student Health Clinic, and as appropriate, worked with both the student and the Mental Health Counseling Center for treatment/referral.
  • Provided health care services to students, supporting both their academic and personal success.