Student Wellness Services

With the health and well-being of our campus in mind, we are vigilantly monitoring and assessing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Student Wellness Services, including the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Response, is closed for the summer as of 5 pm on Tuesday, June 30th.  Funded by student fees; the summer enrollment and fee schedule does not support a clinic over the summer. 

Full telehealth service will resume September 28th.

We place strong emphasis on health education, helping students learn how to manage current health concerns and avoid future health problems. Every student who comes in for Medical Services is screened for physical and mental health, so we are able to provide specific feedback to students regarding health risks. Services are available for all students who have paid the Student Wellness Services fee. 

Services provided by Medical Services includes but is not limited to:

  • Acute Care
  • Sexual & Reproductive Health
  • Wellness & Prevention Visits
  • Travel Consults 
  • Medication & Herbal Consults
  • Resources & Referrals
  • Consultation

Cost & Insurance

Laboratory and medication charges are not covered by the Student Wellness Services fee.  These charges are always discussed with you prior to initiating the test or dispensing the medication; you have the right to refuse. Limited medications prescribed from the on-site dispensary usually range from $10-$20, for many common medications such as antibiotics. Additional medication options may require a prescription to be filled at a pharmacy. All laboratory and medication charges are billed to your student account.

You do not need insurance to utilize SWS, as we do not bill insurance companies directly. If there is any additional fee (for lab tests, medications, or other treatment-related costs), student accounts are billed as a "Student Wellness Services [Lab / Prescription / Herbs / Supplies / Office Visit / etc.]" fee. Students receive a copy of the superbill which can be used to make a claim for reimbursement with your insurance providers. Students pay their bill with Student Accounts over the course of the quarter. Students seeking insurance can consult with a CHOICE Regional Health Network Navigator to explore options using the Washington Health Benefit Exchange

Some services are outside of the scope of care offered at Student Wellness Services.  In these cases we will assist you in making choices that will work within your financial and insurance circumstances regarding referrals and resources.

Evergreen Immunization Requirement

Evergreen has implemented a policy regarding proof of Measles (Rubeola) immunity for all students. All students must provide a copy of their medical or immunization record showing two doses of Measles (Rubeola) vaccine (usually referred to as the "MMR vaccine"). The doses must have been given at least 30 days apart, and on or after 12 months of age. The Immunization Form (PDF) can be filled out and returned to SWS or Registration and Records prior to the beginning of Fall Quarter. In the event religious, or medical reasons that prevent you from vaccination, you may sign the waiver included on the Immunization Form (PDF). If you have signed the waiver and a measles outbreak occurs, you will be asked to leave campus for a minimum of 2 weeks from the time of the last diagnosed case, resulting in missed classes, coursework, and compensation from work. 

Limited vaccines are available at Student Wellness Services. We provide recommendations to local resources for those we do not carry.