Student Health Services
Health information is always available at no charge to Columbia College students. Prescriptions can be written and referrals made when deemed necessary.
The following services are provided for students through the Columbia College Student Health Services office:
- Physical exams
- Urgent care visits for illness diagnosis or follow-up
- Blood pressure checks
- Rapid Strep A throat swabs
- Blood glucose testing
- Urine testing for diagnosis of bladder infections
- Allergy injections
- Flu shots
Appointments can be made during the following times:
Monday - Friday:
8:30 am - 3:30 p.m.
Phone number (573) 875-7423
Fax number (573) 876-4456
When the Columbia College nurse practitioner is not available, students may seek help at the following location:
City/County Health Department
1005 W. Worley, (573) 874-7356
The Health Department provides free STD and HIV testing and treatment.
All new Day Campus students are required to submit a completed Columbia College Medical History form and show proof of two vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). Failure to submit these documents to Health Services will prevent students from registering for subsequent semesters. For more information, contact Health Services at (573) 875-7423. Completed forms may be faxed to Health Services at (573) 876-4456.