WSU Monitoring 2019 Novel Coronavirus
The health of the Cougar community is our priority. We want to provide accurate resources for current information and preventative tips to help minimize the spread of illness. Updates that are specific to the WSU community will be provided on the Cougar Health Services website.
We are working with Whitman County Public Health and other University leadership to monitor an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed the first cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. Current information about the coronavirus is provided … » More …Read Story
Want to quit vaping? We can help!
Quitting is tough, but we are here to help! Cougar Health Services provides a variety of free resources to help students quit vaping or using tobacco products.
As of October 15, 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported 1,479 lung injuries related to e-cigarette and vaping products in 49 states. Because of this, the CDC and Cougar Health Services are encouraging those who use these products to quit.
We provide brief cessation counseling to currently enrolled students who have paid their student health fee. During your appointments, we can help you:
Explore your options for quittingRead Story
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- Register for an upcoming Campus Connect and Mental Health First Aid training Read Story
Get stress management tips on your phone
Feeling stressed, need help coping, or just want tips for managing your stress? We can help!
Join our text messaging program and we will:
Check in with you every week to see how you’re doing
Send you weekly tips for lowering stress
Share information about health-related events and resources around campus
To sign up, text “@STRESS” to 73940. You can join at any point in the semester!Read Story
Current Health Notice
We are working with the Whitman County Health Department and our university partners to monitor the coronavirus situation. Any updates related to the WSU community will be provided here.
Symptoms and Care
If you are experiencing a fever with either a cough or difficulty breathing, and you have traveled to Wuhan City, China or you have been in close contact with someone with the Novel Coronavirus in the last 14 days, call your healthcare provider. WSU Pullman students who are concerned about having this infection should contact Cougar Health Services for advice or an appointment: 509-335-3575