Services Provided

Services provided to currently enrolled students:

  • Evaluation and treatment of illness and injury
  • STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) counseling, testing, and treatment
  • Women's Health exams and contraceptives through West Virginia Family Planning Program. Enrollment in the program is required. Exams are by appointment.
  • In-Office lab testing for Strep Throat, Mono, Urinalysis, Blood Glucose, Urine Pregnancy, and Influenza
  • Evaluation and counseling referral for treatment of depression, eating disorders, anxiety, drug or alcohol addiction, etc.
  • Referral for clinical laboratory testing as ordered by Nurse Practitioner.  (Student must obtain lab tests off campus and is responsible for all fees incurred)
  • Referral for x-rays as ordered by Nurse Practitioner. (Student must obtain x-rays off campus and is responsible for all fees incurred)
  • Allergy injections (Students must provide their own serum and instructions from their Allergist.)
  • Limited over the counter medications and first-aid treatment/supplies 
  • Annual Influenza Vaccinations
  • TB risk assessment screening and testing
  • School required entrance physicals for Education and Health Care programs (Nursing, Respiratory, MLT, etc.) by appointment. We DO NOT offer Athletic Physicals.

There is no charge for the physical exam. However, there is a charge for TB testing and urine drug screens. We do not bill insurance.

We ARE NOT an emergency facility. If you have an emergency, please call 911 directly. 

After Hours/Emergency Information

Marion County Rescue Squad
Call 911

Fairmont Regional Hospital
Emergency Room


The Mission of the Student Health Service is to enhance the educational process by modifying or removing health related barriers to learning and by promoting an optimal level of wellness.

Our goal is not only to treat illness and injury, but also to provide educational programming in Health Promotion. Early care of acute illness and a healthy lifestyle can prevent serious illness, reduce time lost from classes, and keep students looking and feeling well.

Prevention is the key to health, and the primary tool of prevention is health education. Self- responsibility is nurtured through the educational component of each encounter with the goal of developing a clientele that is increasingly independent and able to manage their own health needs to the extent possible.