Student Health & Psychological Services

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UPDATE AS OF 4/15/2020: Student Health Center (SHC) services are now operational Monday - Friday.

The SHC is operating with limited hours, reduced capacity, and mostly through tele-medicine. Students are still able to access live help with our clinicians during the hours the SHC is open. Given the unpredictable, daily-changing circumstances due to COVID-19, our most accurate hours of operation will be available by calling our general number: (310) 243-3629.

Students seeking medical care will need to call our general office number; during our hours of operation, calls will be taken by clinical staff who will determine if the person can be assisted and treated through tele-medicine, or whether, in rare cases, a patient will be seen in person.  Instructions will be given on this call. Please know our doors are locked for safety purposes, but we have staff on-site available to do their best to address your health care needs, given these unusual circumstances. Again, call first: (310) 243-3629.

Psychological Services will be providing live mental health assistance by appointment through tele-therapy. Please call their phone line at (310) 243-3818 for further information.

We have compiled some useful information (financial issues, housing and food assistance, legal help, etc) click here that students may find helpful during this COVID19 crisis.

Updates for SHC and Psychological Services will also be posted on our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).


Students seeking health services after hours should seek out their own medical providers, or consider these possible options:

  • Harbor UCLA Medical Center, 1000 W. Carson Street, Torrance, CA  90502, (310) 222-2345
  • South Bay Family Health Care Center, 742 West Gardena Blvd., Gardena, CA  90747, Please call the following # to make an appointment:  (310) 802-6170

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Student Psychological Services understand this is a difficult time for you, your family, and community. With this in mind, as part of our proactive prevention in response to COVID-19, we will temporarily be offering tele-health (which will include telephone and/or video conferencing) in lieu of in-person services.

Our operating hours are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., but please call (310) 243-3818 at any time if you are interested in psychological services.


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Pharmacy Resources

During this time of our pharmacy closure, students who rely on our-low cost pharmacy services can be directed to the following resources click here.

Please note:

1) At Crown Drugs, near campus, students are given a discount with their student ID;

2) We have arranged/confirmed a ‘reciprocity’ with Cal State LA (see page two of the flyer), to honor our students’ prescriptions, since our pharmacy is closed;

3) Costco pharmacy DOES NOT require a student to be a member. We recommend student call ahead to any of the options on the flyer and see where they can get the medicine for the lowest price.

How to Make an Appointment?

Medical Services:  Please walk into the Student Health Center or call 310-243-3629 to schedule your appointment.

Regular hours:

Monday, Thursday & Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Tuesday & Wednesdays 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Summer hours:

Monday - Friday 8:00AM to 5:00PM

Psychological Services:  Please walk into Psychological Services located at the Student Health Center in room A141 during business hours of 8:00AM to 5:00PM.  We do not make appointments over the phone for Psychological Services.  When you arrive you will be asked to fill out a Confidential Intake form and sign a Consent Form. 


Please be advised that there will be an upcoming requirement for immunizations, per Chancellor’s Office (CO) Executive Order 803.  Students will be required to show proof of being compliant with the requirement.  This requirement will initially apply to incoming/transferring students, but it is recommended that all students consider becoming compliant with these requirements, as they are good health practices per California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Also, in the event of certain outbreaks, all students may be asked to verify their immunization status. The immunizations required and recommended by the CO can be found here. A definite date for compliance with immunizations has not yet been set; this date will be forthcoming in the next few months and students will have a semester to get their shots. This notice serves to notify students which immunizations will be required so that they have time to get them.  Please note, students/parents will be further notified as to how to input/upload their own immunization records once the process is set up for this purpose.  Please DO NOT bring immunization records to the CSUDH Student Health Center or the Admissions Office for this purpose, but DO start working on getting these documents/immunization requirements taken care of so as not to scramble, as many of these vaccinations do take certain time intervals and multiple doses to complete. 


Latest News

  • Seasonal Flu Vaccines - Flu shots will be available in Fall of 2020.  Students can get vaccinated at no charge; Faculty & Staff cost $15. Appointments recommended.
  • Optometry Services - If you are interested in an appointment with our Optometrist, please call (310)243-3629.
  • Mobile HIV Testing - Now inside the Student Health Center from 10AM to 2PM on these dates:  2/4 & 2/12, 3/3, 4/7 & 4/22, 5/5 & 5/13.
  • Healthy Tuesdays - Healthy Tuesdays Spring 2020 dates:  February 18, March 10, April 14 and May 5.
  • Kick the Stigma Tuesdays - Kick the Stigma Tuesdays Spring 2020 dates February 10, March 3, April 7 and May 5.
  • Health Fair - Spring Health Fair date April 22, 2020.
  • Blood Drives - Will be offered throughout the Spring semester, check back for dates
  • Dating & Relationships Support Group - Weekly group designed to offer support to students about dating relationships and how to communicate effectively, learn the difference between health & unhealthy relationships, provide the tools to establish and maintain connections, and the skills to manage heartbreak. Tuesdays, 2:30-3:30PM beginning February 18 in the Student Health Center.  Drs. Norma Quintero & Bruce Wallace facilitators.
  • Mindfulness for Stress Reduction - Designed to help students learn ways to harness the powers of mindfulness practices to decrease stress and improve overall quality of life. The 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month, 10:00-11:00AM beginning February 24. Dr. Bruce Wallace facilitator.
  • Parent Support Group - This group is a space to discuss the joys and challenges of raising children, attending school, and balancing life's responsibilities.  Wednesdays, 11:00AM-12:00PM beginning February 19.  Dr. Katie Johnson, facilitator.
  • T-Time LGBTQIA+ Support Group - Free & Safe space for our LGBTQIA+ individuals to come together, share their stories and support one another in a confidential environment.  Dr. Sergio Mancilla, facilitator.  Wednesdays 1:30-2:30PM beginning February 12.
  • HOME - Group designed to offer support to students affected by immigration laws, processes, political climate, and/or status.  Meets from 4:00-5:00PM on specific Tuesdays only 2/4, 2/25, 3/27, 4/7 and 4/28.
  • Mental Health First Aid Trainings -Spring training dates are March 9 & March 11 from 9:00AM to 1:00PM and April 8 & April 15 from 9:00AM to 1:00PM.  Flyers and registration forms will be forthcoming.  Please contact Laura at (310) 243-3818 for more information.
  • RIO (Recognition, Insight, Openness) - A 3-week psycho-educational workshop series designed to help students learn quick and useful tools and develop a clearer sense of what they would like to change in their lives.  Must be referred by one of the psychologists in Psychological Services.  Dates and times vary throughout semester
  • MRP Weight Loss Program - A way to reach your weight goal!  Lecture by Dr. Sophia Momand on Monday, February 24 from 1:00-2:00 PM in LSU Room 320.

Our Mission

At Student Health & Psychological Services, our mission is to offer quality services to meet your primary health care needs while you are a student at CSUDH. We have a caring and professional staff who provide services intended to maximize your physical, mental, and social health. In addition to basic health and mental health services, we offer a variety of preventive and educational programs to the campus community. Have questions? Contact us. We're here to help!

Event Accommodations for Disabled Students

If you are a student with a disability and require reasonable accommodations to participate in any event sponsored by Student Health & Psychological Services, please contact us for assistance. To better assist you, please contact us at least five days prior to the scheduled event.


CSUDH Student Health Services is accredited by the Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.

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