Health Services

Austin College Health Services offers many services directed at education and wellness, as well as to assist students when they are injured or sick.


Information regarding health, nutrition, and prevention of illness and disease is presently available throughout the year during residence hall programming. Watch for flyers around campus. Interest in additional programs for your group should be brought to the attention of Health Services and/or the Wellness Peer Educators.

Health Services

Information regarding numerous health-related matters is available from Health Services. Our waiting area is well stocked with pamphlets relating to all areas of health and wellness. The staff is ready to assist with any needs or questions students may have. The nurse is available to discuss any specific concerns or requests for information. All health records and discussions with the staff or nurse are private and confidential.

Blood Bank Drive

The Blood Bank Drives will be held in Mabee Hall in the Wright Campus Center on the following Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  • September 23, 2015
  • November 18, 2015
  • February 24, 2016

Seasonal Flu Shots

Flu shots are typically held in the Johnson Gallery, Wright Campus Center, 2nd floor -- information and schedule is posted each fall.

: The cost is $30, payable by cash (exact amount, please), check or billed to the student's account. Students with AHP student insurance are covered.

Faculty and staff:
Faculty and staff who have insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield provided by Austin College may bring their insurance card and Human Resources will file for employee. Those without Austin College BCBS insurance can pay $30 by cash or check.

Sponsored by Austin College Human Resources & Health Services. For more information, contact Human Resources, or Health Services.

A note from the Health Services ...

Our primary client is you, the Austin College student.  It is not our intention to replace your primary physician, but to serve as a substitute at times when you may become ill. We want to help you understand some of those hazards, how to prevent them, and, when necessary, how to treat and care for yourself. Health Services will strive to foster relationships which will contribute to an atmosphere of mutual respect and assist students in their personal growth and wellness. We want you to have a healthy and productive career at Austin College.  Good health is important to insure that success.  We look forward to getting to know each of you!

Helen Schulze, MD, Director of Medical Services