2nd Flr., Student Services Bldg.
6201 Winnetka Ave, PMB 345
Woodland Hills, CA 91371
(818) 713-8022 Fax
Office Location Map
Spring & Fall Hours
|Monday||8:30 am - 7 pm|
|Tuesday||8:30 am - 7 pm|
|Wednesday||8:30 am - 7 pm|
8:30 am - 7 pm
|Friday||8:30 am - 2 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am - 4 pm|
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the student health fee cover?
For your $11 per semester health fee ($8 for summer and winter), as part of your registration fees, you have the opportunity to utilize various services here on campus. The following is a partial list of what is available:
- Free over-the-counter medications
- Free condoms and feminine hygiene products
- Free monthly HIV screening
- Low-cost STD testing and treatment
- Medical Services, including illness assessment and treatment
- Free personal counseling by a psychologist
- Access to low cost medications, immunizations and lab testing
- Health education events
- Disease prevention and wellness
- Low-cost Tuberculosis skin testing
Is everything confidential?
All medical and personal counseling records are kept confidential, with constraints, and are not part of the student's academic record. Information may not be released without the student's written consent (Link here to Student Health Services Privacy Act). Information shared in counseling sessions may be discussed amongst providers for consultation but will not be discussed outside the Student Health Center.
How can a student be seen at the Student Health Center?
Appointments are recommended to see all providers and are mandatory for the psychologist. Walk-ins will be seen only as the providers' schedules permit.
Do you offer optional Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance Plans?
Yes, several plans are available in the Health Center waiting room. Or you can go to the Insurance page for on-line access to a variety of insurance vendors.
Do minor students (under the age of 18) need parental consent to receive care?
Unless it is an emergency, care for acute medical problems such as an upper respiratory infection or a tuberculosis skin test requires a parental consent. You can download the consent form and have your parent sign in the appropriate space. If a minor needs medical attention for a sexually transmitted disease, contraception and/or urinary tract infection, a parent's consent is not needed.