OCU's Campus Health & Disability Services provides Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses to assist students with primary healthcare needs.
Campus Health Services is committed to providing prompt and appropriate health care. Our goal is to promote a health lifestyle as a means to helping students achieve their highest potential. By providing opportunities to learn health-promoting behaviors, we help our students pursue higher levels of wellness throughout their lives.
In college, most students first begin addressing health care needs as an adult. Whether they come from another country, state or town, the health care system is complex and most need help navigating it. The Student Health & Disability Services staff helps students understand how to locate appropriate care.
Campus Health & Disability Services offers campus-wide educational and screening programs, focusing on a variety of health-related issues affecting young adults. Individual health counseling and teaching are available upon request.
Students may walk-in during the following times to see the Registered Nurse. Appointments are necessary to see the Nurse Practitioner.
9:00 am–10:30 am
1:00 pm–3:00 pm
Immunization records are due before moving into on-campus housing or by October 1st. Click here for more information.
We've made the switch to electronic medical records! Some changes you will notice in the Campus Health Clinic are self check-in kiosks in the waiting room (no more paper forms), your provider may use a computer in the exam room or may "chart" in their office between appointments, providers can send Secure Messages with lab or test results or just to follow up after a visit and you can reply to these messages, too.
Coming Soon: Immunization Records availability online, fill out your visit forms before you arrive online, update your medical history online, send a Secure Message to a Provider at the clinic and more. Visit the Online Student Health portal to check out the changes!