With the fall semester upon us, it’s always a good time to remain aware of the health care services available at Wichita State for faculty, staff and students.
In May, the public health emergency for COVID-19 expired, which prompted changes at WSU, including how to get tested and receive vaccinations. Visit wichita.edu/covid for more information.
Testing is available for free through the WSU Molecular Diagnostics Lab, at certain sites throughout the city or through Student Health by appointment only. Vaccines are available for a fee through Student Health, while supplies are available, or at sites throughout Wichita.
Individuals may choose to wear a mask at any time.
Wichita State monitors COVID and other health advisories in our community and stays connected to the latest CDC guidance. Stay up to date on WSU guidance and information here.
In other health reminders, faculty and staff can visit the Faculty/Staff Acute Care Clinic for minor and acute medical issues. Appointments are required for the clinic.
Learn more about the clinic.
If you work directly with students, please let them know that if they have any physical health needs, they can go to the Student Health website or directly to the Wellness Clinic in the Steve Clark YMCA. Students with mental health needs have robust services available to them via WSU’s Counseling and Psychological Services.