Student Health is located in Morgan Hall Room 140

Open Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
The last walk-in is accepted approximately 30 minutes prior to closing dependent upon patients census. 

All Washburn University students are eligible to visit Student Health Services free-of-charge with a valid WU ID.  No appointment is necessary with the exception of pre-participation physicals and well woman exams. There is a fee for laboratory testing (including PAP), X-rays, immunizations, TB testing and prescription medications.  Our services include:

  • Urgent care for illness and injury
  • Primary care for chronic stable conditions
  • Pre-participation physical exams (Sports, Nursing, Allied Health, Study Abroad)
  • Well-woman exams
  • Sexually transmitted infection treatment
  • Diagnosis and care of emotional problems
  • Immunizations including meningitis immunizations (Required of all students living on campus). Download immunization forms.
  • TB testing
  • Patient assistance program for prescriptions
  • Health education
  • Referrals to community resources when necessary (at student expense). Download Release of Information.

In the event that medical attention is needed after Student Health Services hours, students should seek care with their primary care provider or at an area emergency department or urgent care center.  Listing of local emergency and urgent care centers in Topeka
Information for student health insurance is available in Student Life, Morgan Hall, room 140.  Purchase of the health insurance plan is optional and is not required for visits to the Student Health Center; however, given the potentially astronomical cost of medical care, it is strongly recommended. More information regarding student health insurance. You can also find information by downloading the Student health insurance benefits flyer.

Call 785-670-1471 for refills

Please allow 3 business days for refills.

For information on charges for laboratory tests and immunizations. Please call 785-670-1470

Most services are provided at no cost to patients.

Services with a fee can be paid with an I-card, credit card, check or cash.

Payment Method

Most services are provided at no cost to patients.

Services with a fee can be paid with an I-card, credit card, check or cash.

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