For doctor appointments, medical appointments, clinic services, or immunizations, please call Student Health Services at 562-985-4771 or make an appointment online.
The Student Health Services is located on the corner of Beach Drive and Merriam Way, across from the Nursing Department. Map
The Health Resource Center is located in the Student Health Services (SHS) building, room 268. Map
The Health Resource Center provides health education and support to students in order to facilitate the ongoing development of healthy lifestyles.
As an integral part of the Student Health Services, our purpose is to offer and refer to a comprehensive range of health education services and programs. We utilize various ideas, research methodologies, and needs assessment tools, which integrate into health education for the college population.
All of our health education programs are FREE for CSULB students.
Meet with a peer nutrition counselor who will tailor a one-hour, free session to your needs.
Learn more about HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) or make an appointment to visit a counselor or get tested.
The Sexual Health Awareness Workshop is a free and confidential workshop offered Monday through Thursday. Topics include the well woman exam, birth control methods, STIs and HIV, safer sex tips, and partner communication.
Click here for a completed list of our programs and services.
Tues. April 14: Spring Fling 11am-1pm at Maxson Plaza
Tues. May 5: Women's Health Fair 11am-pm at Maxson Plaza
Women's Healthy Eating & Lifestyle Support Group
Wednesday 5:15-6:15 p.m. in the HRC Conference Room, #268. Free! Led by a Registered Dietitian. Call for more information.
The Long Beach Health Department HIV Mobile testing unit is on campus in Parking Lot 17 from 10am-1pm on
Wed., April 15
Thurs., May 7
Internship and Volunteer Opportunities are available at the HRC. Please see the Peer Educator Program page for details.
Advance Directives are plans that you make regarding your medical care if you were unable to voice your requests.
The Gardasil Vaccine prevents the four most common types of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This disease, HPV, causes genital warts and cervical cancer. You will receive a series of three injections over a 6-month time period. The vaccine is now available for both men and women, ages 19-26.
You could receive all three shots for free if you qualify! This is a value of over $400!. The vaccine manufacturer is offering this program for those who are considered low income.
Please call (562) 985-4609 for more information.
Take this STD Assessment and find out if you should get tested. The STD Wizard.
Contact the Health Resource Center to make an appointment or for more information.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Note: For an appointment to see a medical professional in Student Health Services, call (562) 985-4771. You should arrive 15 minutes early prior to your medical appointments. If you arrive any later than that, please call the Student Health Services at (562) 985-4771.
Need a referral or other health resources? Health Resource Center staff can help you find information about health services on and off campus.
Last Updated 07/10/2014