At this time, COVID-19 testing is limited and priority will be given to students who are experiencing symptoms or have recently been exposed and employees exposed on campus or required to test weekly.  Employees who have tested positive, are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, had a close contact on campus, are required to test weekly, or would be able to continue working or return to work sooner by testing are eligible to pick up a free COVID-19 self-test. For additional information, please visit the University’s COVID-19 website and view the "Testing & Vaccinations" tile. Employees may also obtain tests through Orange County Health Care Agency testing resources . Students seeking a test can schedule a testing appointment via the Titan Health Portal. For any questions, please contact Health Services at (657) 278-2800.

Counseling and Psychological Services continue to offer services virtually.  For more information please call (657) 278-3040.

Welcome to Student Wellness

Student Wellness strives to heal and support the Titan community through accessible, high-quality care and prevention education. Your success begins with health; your health begins with us.

Updated August 17, 2022

We at Student Wellness have been closely following the anti-Black violence happening across our nation. While our services support the health needs of all students, we want to specifically acknowledge our support for the Black Lives Matter movement at this critical time in our nation’s history. Student Wellness stands in solidarity with our Black students, faculty, and staff against systemic racism.

As systemic racism is not just a social pandemic, but a health one as well, our department has created an interdisciplinary team to assess critical health equity issues as they relate to our quality of care. This team, the Health Equity and Advocacy Task Force, will provide staff trainings and updates to departmental policies reflecting our commitment to social justice.

Student Wellness is currently open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. for virtual and limited in-person services. To access care and support, please call us at (657) 278-2800.

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