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Student Health and Counseling Center

shccOur mission is to provide high quality care for the physical, emotional, and mental health needs of students. This is accomplished by providing comprehensive, preventative health education and intervention that influences positive life style choices. The staff works corroboratively with the university and surrounding community to promote holistic wellness, and believes that reinforced education and knowledge of preventive practices contributes to the achievement of academic and personal success.

Objectives  
  • Provide high quality care for the physical, emotional, and mental health needs of students.
  • Provide comprehensive and safe intervention to students with identified needs.
  • Deliver preventive health education programs activities that will influence positive life style choices and support retention efforts.
  • Foster collaborative work with the university and surrounding community.
  • Encourage participation in community outreach activities that share the individual staff person's time and talent.

The Center is staffed by a nurse practitioner, masters prepared licensed counselors with SAC certification and psychiatrist.

Who can use the center?

Any registered student can use the services provided by the Center. Walk-in appointments are available Monday - Friday for medical services. Appointments are required for all counseling visits. When acute medical or psychiatric care is needed, a referral will be made. There is no charge for the office visit, however, there are minimal charges for medication or lab work or if you miss an appointment.

For an appointment, call (262)595-2366.  

Where is the Center located?

We are located a short walk from main campus, east of Tallent Hall. Walk, take the shuttle bus, or drive your own car (parking is convenient!).


 


Renee Kirby, Director
(262) 595-2366

900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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