Student Health Center (SHC)
The SHC is an on-campus (huntsville location) primary care, outpatient clinic that provides enrolled students with preventative care services, a women’s health clinic, laboratory testing, a pharmacy, and dental services.
Clinic visits are covered as long as you are paying the medical services fee each semester. You may have additional charges for any laboratory testing, pharmacy charges, and any procedures or supply charges. And the good new is any fees are charged directly to your SHSU account, so you don’t have to worry about paying at time of service.
Here is a list of Physical and Mental Health facilities in the area.
SHSU Counseling Center
College life is a change for everyone, and sometimes it can feel a bit overwhelming. The SHSU Counseling Center is here to help by providing individual, couples, and group therapy to currently enrolled students as well as other services.
We understand you’re busy with class, work, and other responsibilities, and sometimes your schedule or life makes it hard to get in-person therapy. The Therapy Assistance Online program, a great resource with that happens. Find engaging videos and skill-building exercises to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other common concerns.
SHSU Food Pantry
You can get quality and nutritious meals from the Food Pantry during distribution days. The student-led Food Pantry was created to serve SHSU students who struggle with food insecurity and to educate the public about food insecurity.
SHSU Rec Sports
Maintaining a healthy body also means staying active and exercising regularly. The SHSU Rec Sports Center has amazing facilities to keep you active.
Take a dip in the RSC pool, get pumped at the free weights, tone up with the weight machines, or climb on the indoor rock wall. You can even grab some friends for a friendly game of indoor basketball or racquetball or go outside to play tennis or sand volleyball.
Nutrition Education Program
Also, as a registered student, you can get free consultation about nutrition through the Nutrition Education Program. This program was developed through a collaboration between the Rec Center and the Dietetics master's program to offer complete wellness and nutrition information to the university community.