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A limited supply of seasonal influenza vaccinations are now available for students. 

Please call to schedule an appointment.

Student Health Services remains concerned about the welfare of all students during this rapidly changing situation. At this time, we ask that all students with symptoms of COVID-19(fever, cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste/smell, vomiting, diarrhea)
contact the local community clinic by calling 507-532-9661. 
Campus departmental hours are 8am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday.  Medical providers are on campus Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 1-4pm for formal clinic.  Appointments are required. Please call 537-7202 to schedule.



  • Bring a thermometer, face coverings, pain/fever relievers with you to campus
  • Complete a self-screening daily before coming to campus/classes
  • Wear a mask/face covering to reduce the chance of spreading the virus
  • Wash your hands/use sanitizer frequently
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Cover your cough/sneeze
  • Stay home/self-isolate if you are sick
  • If you must be seen by a medical provider-CALL AHEAD
Please see the links below for current information

If You Are Sick (CDC)

Local Avera Health COVID-19 Information

SMSU COVID-19 Information


Stay healthy...get vaccinated!

New to campus?  Check out the 'Forms' tab to the right of this page to submit required immunization information.   
Check the calendar for clinic details and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates regarding office hours.
Conveniently located on campus: Bellows Academic 158



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

Health 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?
Click on the box below to learn more about services/resources available!


Summer Hours

Health Services is not fully staffed during the summer. A Registered Nurse is available for non-urgent medical concerns on a limited basis. Please leave a brief message with your name, phone number and concern at (507) 537-7202 to schedule an appointment.  All messages are confidential.

Fall and Spring Hours

A Registered Nurse is available for consultation Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm while classes are in session.  Appointments are required, please call (507) 537-7202 to schedule.  Medical Providers are available on site Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-4pm by appointment only. Please call to schedule.

Urgent/Emergency Care

If you have a medical emergency dial 911 

Avera Medical Group Marshall: (507) 537-9007
AveraNow-HyVee: (507) 532-4450
                                    Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center Emergency Room: (507) 537-9300                                           

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.

Last Modified: 3/5/21 3:55 PM