In order to succeed academically and to enjoy all the campus has to offer, students must be cared for physically and mentally, and have a sense of wellbeing within their community. Davidson's student health and counseling centers provide services to all full-time students. Most are free of charge.
The health center and counseling center share a building, at the corner of North Main Street and Glasgow Street. They also share a waiting room, which provides for patient confidentiality.
The Student Health Center provides a variety of services including immunizations, regular check ups, flu shots, allergy care and more. The center is staffed with full-time nurses and part-time physicians contracted with nearby medical groups. Learn more.
The Student Counseling Center offers a range of counseling services that help students address adjustment issues and other challenges that they may typically face during their college years. The clinical staff consists of master's and doctoral-level licensed counselors and psychologists. Learn more.
Nurses, physicians and counselors see students by appointment for routine health services and exams. In most cases, same-day appointments are available for urgent needs. A nurse and a counselor also remain on-call after hours and on weekends. Learn more.
A Student Health Center registered nurse and a Counseling Center counselor remain on-call after hours and on weekends. For severe cases, there are multiple hospitals and urgent care facilities nearby. Learn more.
The health and counseling centers operate as most medical offices, with strict confidentiality policies and set procedures for medical orders, payment and insurance. Learn more.
The campus health educator and health advisors work to provide students with accurate, current information about a variety of health and wellness issues so that they make responsible decisions. Learn more.
Read about the full-time medical and counseling staffs serving Davidson's students. Learn more.