Student Wellness Services
With the health and well-being of our campus in mind, we are vigilantly monitoring and assessing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Current Information Regarding Coronavirus
Updated June 3rd, 2020 at 2:00 PM
Student Wellness Services cares about the health and safety of our community. We are available to provide remote medical and counseling services by phone and telehealth. To access our services, please call (360) 867-6200 M-F during business hours. A provider will return your call before the end of the day. If you are experiencing an emergency or feel suicidal, please contact 911 or call the Crisis Clinic at (360) 586-2800.
We provide access to a self-care resource, available to anyone with an Evergreen email address. TAO is free to use, confidential, and provides modules for a variety of topics related to wellness. Simply sign up for an account using your Evergreen email address to access the content. Note: TAO is available as an app, but your account must be created online before you can log-in with the app.
We collected some resources here that provide information for staying healthy during the outbreak, as well as what to do if you get sick. Out of care and concern for fellow community members, we ask that students who are feeling sick call Student Wellness Services at 360-867-6200.
For health related questions specific to COVID-19, students can click here to email Student Wellness Services.
For questions about the Measles immunity requirement, see the Measles Immunity Requirement page.
We promote student health and emotional well-being through care and support to students in their pursuit of academic and co-curricular success. If you’ve paid the wellness fee and are currently registered, you can use Student Wellness Services.
Student Wellness Services provides basic medical and counseling support for currently enrolled students. We are open during the day M-F, and do not provide after hours or weekend care. For a list of medical and mental health services in the area, please reference our Community Resource Document.
Services are generally free and confidential. Fees may be charged for certain testing and medication (if applicable.)
We do not serve as a primary care provider or urgent care facility; nor are we able to provide long term therapeutic support.
- Medical Care: get treatment for colds, flu, or minor injuries
- Counseling: short-term individual and group therapy
- TAO Self Help
- Travel Consults: prepare for study abroad or other international travel