The Student Health Center provides primary medical care, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion, and various other services to all currently enrolled students. The Student Counseling Center offers prevention and early treatment or referral for physical, developmental, emotional or interpersonal difficulties that arise during the educational process. There is no charge to see a registered nurse, nurse practitioner or counselor.

General Medical Services 

Basic medical services include consultation, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of acute illness or injuries.

Laboratory Services 

Basic laboratory tests, when indicated, are performed at the Student Health Center.  

Wellness Promotion

The Reddie for Wellness program includes laboratory tests and screenings, strategies to improve test results, and a tobacco cessation program if needed.

Student Counseling

  • Individual Counseling.  Professional counselors provide one-on-one consultation for Henderson students who require in-depth or definitive therapy.
  • Group Therapy.  Group therapy is also available to provide peer support in times of need.
  • Referrals.  The University Counseling Center's staff refers students, faculty and staff to specialists if there is a need for extra psychological support.


If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call 230-5102. After clinic hours, contact the HSU Police Department at 230-5098, a residence assistant or 911 immediately.  

We Can Help

When you:

  • Are not feeling well (physically or mentally)
  • Have minor injury
  • Need over-the-counter medication
  • Have pregnancy or sexual health concerns
  • Need lab tests
  • Have questions about health
  • Need vaccinations (MMR, Tetanus, Influenza)
  • Are experiencing anxiety or depression
  • Have family problems
  • Have interpersonal conflicts with roommates or friends
  • Are experiencing relationship problems
  • Have questions about sexuality or sexual preferences
  • Have cultural or ethnic concerns
  • Have achievement conflicts
  • Are having problems with drug or alcohol use
  • Are suffering from eating problems
  • Have any issue important to your well-being