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Flu Shots Protect Us
Influenza closely resembles COVID-19 with symptoms like fever and cough, so it’s hard to tell the difference. Without a flu immunization, you’re at risk of contracting both flu and COVID-19, perhaps simultaneously even. The healthcare system is currently strained, so that’s why protecting yourself with a flu shot is vital to public health. It’s also important that you get your flu shot early in the season. After getting a flu vaccine, it takes about two weeks for your body to develop the antibodies that will protect you from influenza. Want more info? Check out our blog post describing the … » More …Read Story
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Count on Cougs bystander intervention program
Count on Cougs is a violence prevention program that focuses on making our campus safer by empowering bystanders, like you, to become active members in reducing gender-based violence (intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual assault). This is a mandatory program for all incoming students. Watch this video to get an introduction to bystander intervention at WSU.
Count on Cougs is part of larger Violence Prevention efforts at Health Promotion.
Text Program: To enroll in our text program, text @COUNT to 844-486-0046 to receive weekly text messages with reminders about campus resources, opportunities to practice bystander intervention, … » More …Read Story
COVID-19 Vaccines Available for Current Pullman Students
Cougar Health Services is now offering COVID-19 vaccines to current WSU Pullman students.
Appointments are required. Please schedule an appointment by logging in to the patient portal.
Bring your CougarCard or some form of identification.
Visit the Vaccine Locator to find appointments in the community.
All WSU students must upload proof of COVID-19 vaccination or apply for an exemption. Detailed instructions about submitting documentation can be viewed here.
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Get the Real Talk Thursday Schedule and More Mental Health Resources
The mental health impact of this pandemic is very real. If you’re feeling anxious, stressed, or depressed, you are not alone. Most people have never experienced such a large-scale challenge, and this one may affect our mental and physical well-being, our finances, our social connections, and the health and safety of our loved ones. Isolation, changes in school and employment, and concern about our families and friends can increase feelings of worry, fear, and sadness. It’s even harder to navigate these challenges when we may not have access to our typical coping strategies and ways of practicing self-care.
We’re all learning new ways to cope … » More …Read Story
Only diagnostic (symptomatic) testing is available for students. Testing for event attendance is not provided by CHS.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Current Pullman students can schedule an appointment to get their vaccine at Cougar Health Services.
Call first for all medical and counseling appointments at CHS.
Masks and social distancing are required.
Medical Clinic (509-335-3575)
Counseling and Psychological Services (509-335-4511)
Same-day appointments and group sessions are available.
After-hours crisis support: 509-335-2159
Vision Clinic (509-335-0360)