The primary mission of the West Liberty University Student Health Service is to enable you to take full advantage of your academic experience by maintaining and improving your health.
The Student Health Service staff provides personal medical care to students (residents and commuters) by walk-in and appointment. By emphasizing health, not just the treatment of disease or injury, a high level of outpatient care is offered to meet the needs of young adults. Preventive health care information is presented to students through educational programming and activities, the distribution of educational literature, and one-to-one consultations. Most treatment, medications, supplies, tests, and services are provided free of charge to WLU students. There is a fee for immunizations and PPD (tuberculin) testing.
All of the required health information can be found and submitted in your Student Health Portal. Please see the information in the NEW STUDENT tab above on the required forms and how to register for the Student Health Portal. Failure to submit the required health information may result in a registration hold, denial of treatment at Student Health Services or inability to participate in intercollegiate sports.
Resources for students in need of ADA accommodations
Doctors Urgent Care
Student Health Services
Student Health Services is located on the lower level in the back of the building across from Campus Police.
The phone number is 304-336-8049.