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Student Health Services

Health Services is located in BA 158 with office hours Monday through Friday 9 am to 3:30pm. If your need to see a medical provider, we can assist with scheduling through ACCESS Health-Marshall or you may contact them directly at 507-476-4800.

ACCESS Health Clinic Fee Reimbursement

SMSU will reimburse currently enrolled students $25 per documented visit to the Access Health Marshall Clinic during the academic year. A check will be mailed to the student’s local address typically within 10 business days.

Submit Reimbursement Request

Office Hours and Location

Fall and Spring Hours

Health Service Office Hours are Monday through Friday 9 am to 3:30 pm. 

Summer Hours

Health Services is not staffed during the summer. 

Office Location:

Bellows Academic 156

Health Tips

  • Bring a thermometer, face coverings, pain/fever relievers with you to campus
  • Check your health daily before coming to campus/classes and stay home if you are sick
  • Wash your hands and/or use sanitizer frequently
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Cover your cough or sneeze
  • If you must be seen by a medical provider, CALL AHEAD
  • Please see the links below for current information

Student Health 101 Self-Care Guide

Keep this handy! You’ll be able to use this site on multiple occasions throughout the school year as a reference for common questions you and your friends may have about ailments, emergencies, addictions, etc. It has been written for students by a staff of multi-disciplined, board-certified physicians who practice medicine throughout the United States.

View Self-Care Guide

Stay healthy...get vaccinated!

New to campus?  Check out our Forms page to submit required immunization information.

Not feeling your best? Call 507-537-7202 to schedule an appointment today.

jpgHealth Services provides free and confidential services, including medical evaluations, for registered students.  There is a small fee for laboratory tests, certain medications, supplies, and sports physicals.  We also assist students with off-campus referrals as necessary.  In the interest of health and wellness for all SMSU students, staff and faculty, Health Services actively promotes a tobacco and vapor free environment.

Thinking about quitting smoking? Learn more about services resources available! 

Urgent/Emergency Care

If you have a medical emergency dial 911 

If you are thinking about hurting yourself or concerned about someone, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255) toll-free 24 hours/day or Western Mental Health Center Mobile Crisis Response Services: 1-800-658-2429


Prolonged Illness

Students are advised to report pertinent medical facts to Health Services so instructors may be notified in cases of prolonged illness. We do not contact instructors for short-term illnesses or provide excuses for missed classes; it is the responsibility of the student to contact the instructors for assignments. Should a student find it necessary to withdraw from classes for medical reasons and they are unable to withdraw in person, they should contact the Registration Office for further details and implementation of the withdrawal.

Medical Records

If you need access to specific medical records you must submit a Consent to Release Health Information to SMSU Health Services. Immunization information submitted by the student cannot be duplicated or released as it is a 'self-report' form rather than an original document of the medical record completed within Health Services.

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