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CSU Health & Wellness Services is a high quality medical facility committed to serving the medical needs of the CSU community. Staffed by certified nurse practitioners and doctors, it offers a wide variety of services including primary and same day care, health counseling, limited in-house pharmacy and lab services, vaccinations, and more. Medical care is available to CSU students, staff and faculty by appointment. There is no charge for most visits. For those students who have Student Health Insurance, there is 100% coverage in the Health Center and only a $5 co-pay for any generic medication dispensed.
CSU’s Counseling Center offers academic, career, and personal counseling, consultation and outreach programming, training, group facilitation, and other services aimed at helping individuals and groups who are members of the campus community meet their respective personal and professional goals. The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services Incorporated (IACS). The CSU Counseling Center is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) and offers professional psychology internships that adhere to APPIC guidelines.
The Counseling & Academic Success Clinic is an on-campus resource providing free, supportive counseling and coaching services to undergraduate and graduate students of Cleveland State University. Staffed by Graduate Counseling Student Interns, the clinic provides a warm, welcoming, and confidential environment for students to engage in effective decision making, success planning, and self-exploration with the help of a supportive counselor.
LiftUpVikes offers support for students through the Viking Food Pantry and by offering laundry facilities, lockers, and connections to outside service providers (food & clothing assistance, etc.).
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