Counseling, Health, & Wellness Services

COVID-19 response   Accessing Care   SELF-HARM & SUICIDE   workshops

If you test positive for COVID-19, please remain in isolation. If you have symptoms, you will need to isolate until you are fever free without medication for 72 hours, your symptoms are improving, and at least 10 days since you were tested. If you do not have symptoms, you will need to remain in isolation for 10 days after you were tested. You should not share a bathroom with others and you should not leave your room while in quarantine.

If you have been in close contact with a person who tested positive, you will need to quarantine for 14 days. If you get tested and test negative, you will need to remain in quarantine for 10 days. You should not share a bathroom with others and you should not leave your room while in isolation.

Do not invite visitors into your room while you are in isolation or quarantine.

Helpful links:

-- What to do if you were potentially exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus disease
-- From Exposure to Feeling Better
-- What to do if you have confirmed or suspected coronavirus disease

Please reach out to CHWS (253.879.1555) if you test positive for COVID-19.

CHWS can see you remotely! Check out our ACCESSING CARE link above for more details. Call 253.879.1555 to schedule.


On Campus?
Call Security Services at x3311.

Off Campus?
Call 911.

Learn what to do in case of a medical or mental health emergency.


What We Provide

--Primary medical care 
--Mental health services including individual and group treatment
--Referrals to community treatment for anything beyond our scope of practice

Scope of Services


We are available for telehealth visits and virtual counseling this semester.  Call CHWS at 253.879.1555 to schedule.  The door to CHWS will remain closed and unable to accept walk ins, but we are here! Give us a call to schedule an appointment.

The Satellite Respiratory Clinic, 3215 N. 13th Street, is OPEN by appointment only.  Walk in appointments will not be available. Please call CHWS for an appointment.


Resource for Incoming Students and Families

Please complete your health history and immunization form. A paper copy is found in the Forms section. 

The electronic version is located on the CHWS Communication Portal. Here, you will log in and upload your immunization record, insurance card, and complete web forms.

Please note that we do not bill insurance companies for visits, but we use the information to help students with referrals for outside providers.