If you’re feeling under the weather, in need of medical assistance or have questions about your health, staff at the Hastings College health center may be able to help.
Hastings College is closely monitoring the coronavirus (2019-nCov) and it’s impact on our local and global community. A resource page has been put together for members of the Hastings College community.
The Charles L. Stone Health Center, which can be reached at 402.461.7372, provides health services under the direction of our registered nurse, Shelley Fletcher, under the supervision of consulting physicians. She is available during posted hours, 9:30 am to 1:00 pm, Monday-Friday when school is in session.
If you need to see a physician, the nurse will assist you in obtaining proper medical care.
The student health fee only covers costs incurred while students are being treated by the nurses at the health center, including common remedies and medications recommended by consulting physicians. To be treated at the Stone Health Center you will need to have two forms completed, the Student Information Form and the Treatment Authorization Form. Both of which can be found below:
Student Accident Insurance Information
For information on insurance availability and coverage for Hastings College students, click here.
Student Vaccination Process
Hastings College requires students to be vaccinated against several communicable diseases. We have partnered with Med+Proctor to collect vaccination, immunization and health records. Please visit medproctor.com to submit health documents. If you would like to file an exemption to our requirements, complete either this medical exemption form (.pdf) or this religious exemption form (.pdf).
Several Peer Education groups are also advised by Health Center staff. They include:
- S.H.A.C. (Student Health Advisory Council)
- PHIVE-O (Peer HIV Education Organization)
- C.A.R.E. (College Acquaintance Rape Educators)
- Alliance (GBLTQA and Allies)