Health & Counseling Center
In Case of Emergency
Call 911 or visit the nearest Emergency Room
Other Useful Contacts:
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Crisis Text Line
Text ‘HOME’ to 741741
DSU Campus Police
The DSU Health & Counseling Center provides acute health care, referral services, health education, and brief mental health services so that students are able to pursue their academic, career, and personal goals. The DSU Health & Counseling Center has a staff of licensed medical and mental health practitioners for appointments. We work to provide high quality, cost-effective care for DSU students. The DSU Health & Counseling Center also offers wellness programming that delivers educational services and information to teach healthy approaches to life, coping skills, and encouraging the development healthy lifestyle behaviors.
Taking responsibility for one’s health and well-being is an essential part of a person’s ability to succeed at DSU and in life. We invite you to visit the Health & Counseling Center where we have resources regarding mental health, sexual responsibility, alcohol and other drugs, tobacco cessation, nutrition, and other basic health issues. Condoms are also available for free at the front desk.
Preparing for your Visit
1. Make an appointment by stopping by or calling 435-652-7756.
2. Show up 15 minutes early for your appointment to fill out forms in our office.
3. Please bring your DSU ID number.
Both medical and mental health services are free per appointment, unless otherwise indicated. Medical services performed at an appointment are charged per service. All fees are to be paid at the time of the appointment. Please see the Services Offered page for more cost details.
If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please call and cancel at least 2 hours before the appointment. If notice to cancel an appointment is not received at least 2 hours before their appointment time, patients will be assessed a $10.00 charge for a missed appointment.
**Individuals younger than 18 years old**
Any individual under the age of 18 must submit a Consent for Treatment form giving permission from their legal guardian to be treated prior to making an appointment for medical services or mental health services.