Health Services


Campus safety plan

Information about the Campus Safety Plan.


Student health insurance

Please visit the WSU Student Medical Insurance website for options and information.


WSU Vancouver options

24 Hour Advice Nurse

Fee: None
An advice nurse is available in Pullman 24 hours a day to offer health and wellness services. The advice nurse can be reached using any campus courtesy phone by dialing 5-3575 and off-campus by dialing (509) 335-3575.

Counseling Services

Fee: No Cost
Professional counselors are available on campus at the VMMC, Rooms 24, 28, 30. Counseling Services offer brief and focused individual, couples and group counseling, psychological testing, workshops and outreach presentations, and crisis and consultation services. Please call (360) 546-9238 to schedule an appointment. See Counseling Services for more information.

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State/community options

New Heights Medical Clinic

Fee: No cost
NHMC offers medical, dental, and mental health care for persons without medical insurance . The clinic is located at 8000 NE 58th Street. Call (360) 694-0355 for hours of service or an appointment. http://www.newheights.org/new-heights-clinic/

Seamar Community Health Center

Fee: Based on income
SCHC offers no or low cost medical, dental, and mental health care for people without insurance. The medical clinic is located at 7410 Delaware Lane. Call (360) 896-5128 for an appointment. The dental clinic is located at 1412 NE 88th Street. Call (360) 574-4074 for an appointment. www.seamar.org.

Free Clinic of SW Washington

Fee: None
This clinic offers no or low cost medical and dental care for people without insurance. Medical services are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis and appointments are not required, but the dental and vision clinic is by appointment only. For more information, please call (360) 313-1390. The clinic is located at 4100 Plomondon St in the Jim Parsley Center. www.freeclinics.org/.

Kearney Breast Center at SWMC

Fee: None
SWMC offers a range of free women's health services for people without insurance. For more information, call (360) 514-1663 or (800) 992-1817. www.swmedicalcenter.org/body.cfm?id=53

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Low cost insurance options

Student Health Insurance

Fee: Moderate
A medical insurance plan is available for WSU Vancouver students and their dependents. Students must be enrolled in seven or more credits to be eligible. The plan offers a choice of coverage by the semester or a full year. This plan provides major medical coverage at a moderate price. For more information, visit Student Medical Insurance.

Washington Health Plan Finder

Fee: Based on income
Washington Healthplanfinder, a new way to help you find, compare and select a quality health insurance plan that is right for you, your family and your budget.

Columbia United Providers

Fee: Low
Columbia United Providers (CUP) is a community-based health plan that offers friendly, personal service and a wide choice of doctors in Clark county in SW Washington. Call 360-891-1520 for more information. www.cuphealth.com.

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