Medical and mental health services are provided to Wilmington College students FREE OF CHARGE at the Student Health Center, accessible via the outside stairs at the east end of Bailey Hall. You are not required to provide your insurance card to receive most care.
A registered nurse is available Monday through Friday to treat minor health complaints such as colds, viruses, cuts and scrapes, etc.
The college physician, DR. TIGAR, is available to treat any complaint you would typically see a family physician for, including allergy injections.
Any student needing allergy injections must have a consultation appointment to set up a reoccurring appointment and review orders. All allergy injections must be scheduled 30 minutes prior to the end of physician clinic.
REFERRALS, TESTS & LAB WORK
Your insurance card is required for referrals, tests and lab work.
Confidential counseling services are available to Wilmington College students. A state independently licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC) will provide a diagnostic assessment, treatment plan, and subsequent therapy sessions to assist students with a wide variety of wellness and mental health concerns.
Contact KAZI MCDOWELL, Director of Counseling Services, at 937-481-2272 to schedule an appointment.
WHAT COUNSELING IS AVAILABLE?
No problem is too large or small. We help students with time management, stress, relationship issues, substance use/abuse/dependence, depression, anxiety, LGBTQ+ issues, ADHD, bipolar and more.
Although there is no specific limit to the number of sessions a student may receive through this free benefit, students whose needs require specialized or long-term care may be referred to seek services through their insurance providers.
Your counseling record is not part of your academic record and we strictly uphold the confidentiality of our services.