Health Services

Here’s to your health! SCTCC and St. Cloud State University (SCSU) have a partnership that allows all students enrolled with six or more credits to use the Student Health Services located at St. Cloud State University.

Health & Wellness

SCTCC promotes the wellbeing of the entire campus community with a focus on sixe dimensions of wellbeing: Health, Relationships, Security, Purpose, Community, and Environment.

We have wellbeing programs and resources that are driven by Student Ambassadors, volunteers who provide outreach and education to the campus community.

We've provided a resources list for SCTCC students.

Health Insurance

Student Health Services is an approved provider for:

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Medical Assistance
  • Health Partners (urgent care only)
  • U-Care
  • Preferred One
  • Tri-West
  • Medica
  • Minnesota Care
  • International Student Insurance Plan 

Medical Clinic

The clinic provides general medical care including preventative care, and diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries. Appointments can be made with physicians or nurse practitioners.

  • Diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury
  • Diagnostic laboratory tests
  • Pelvic exams, Pap smears, contraceptives, pregnancy testing, IUD placement, and Nexplanon insertion/removal
  • Physical exams for employment, athletics, etc.
  • Testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Minor surgical procedures such as mole removal, laceration repair, etc.
  • Immunizations, allergy injections
  • Travel abroad consults 


In addition to the medical clinic services, Student Health Services offers a full-service pharmacy. It carries a variety of non-prescription products as well as prescription medications. The pharmacy can conveniently fill new prescriptions from any provider and can call your home provider to transfer any prescription information.


Parking for students using the Student Health Services has been approved in Lot "A-2," which is adjacent to the clinic. Students should make sure they register at the clinic to avoid getting a ticket.  A second parking option would be the St. Cloud State parking ramp which is located a block from Student Health Services at 516 4th Ave S St. Cloud, MN 56301.

U-Choose your healthy lifestyle

U-Choose is an educational-based campus prevention effort that focuses on the reduction of high-risk alcohol use. To learn about alcohol and other drug education, prevention, and promotion, visit St. Cloud State University's UChoose page.

Proud to be tobacco free

For the health and well-being of our community, SCTCC is proud to be a tobacco-free campus. This means tobacco use of any kind is not permitted on school grounds (including sidewalks, parking lots, outside entrances, hiding behind dumpsters or trees . . . anywhere on campus).

Learn more about Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco use on the SCTCC campus.