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    Well-being & Health Promotion

    Meningococcal Meningitis Case Confirmed, Free Vaccination Clinic on Tuesday

    April 19 statement from Cynthia Cornelius, M.D., M.P.H.
    Medical Director, SDSU Student Health Services

    Vaccination Clinic

    As SDSU’s primary concern is the safety and well-being of all campus community members, we are offering our next pop-up Free MenB vaccination clinic on Tuesday, April 23, at the Calpulli Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. We ask that students please bring a valid photo identification card and RedID to the vaccine clinics at SDSU.

    Additionally, students can obtain the free vaccine at Student Health Services with a scheduled appointment or during the standing walk-in MenB clinics, held Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2 to 4 p.m. Students can also receive the vaccine from their primary care provider or at a local pharmacy.

    Read more on the April 19 statement from Cynthia Cornelius, M.D., M.P.H. Medical Director, SDSU Student Health Services.

    Find information about:

    Join Peer Health Education, FratMANers, or SISSTER

    Get Involved!

    ...Join Peer Health Education, FratMANers, or SISSTER here!

    Request a Presentation

    Request a Presentation

    ...for your class or group via our online form

    Request condoms for an on campus event

    Request Condoms

    ...for your class or group via our online form. Residence Halls, Student Organizations, Peer Health Educators, and Campus Departments are welcome to request condoms for events and presentations. If you are looking for condoms for personal use, please visit our offices during regular business hours. 

    Enrollment Specialists On-Campus to help with Health Insurance & CalFresh food assistance

    Not knowing where your next meal will come from or if you can see a doctor without health insurance can be daunting and stressful, however there is assistance to help with both services from trained professionals to ensure an easier understanding of the process.

    Call the Well-being & Health Promotion Department at (619) 594-4133 or provide your contact information using in this FORM to request a meeting with an Enrollment Specialist to help you navigate applying for healthcare or CalFresh.

    For more information about SDSU's efforts to connect students with CalFresh visit the Associated Students Food Insecurity Page.

    For more information about healthcare, health insurance, or Medi-cal make an appointment with Well-being & Health Promotion by calling (619) 594-4133.

    Well-being & Health Promotion Infographic: How We are Helping to Create a Healthier Campus to Enhance Student Success.

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    SDSU Department of Well-being & Health Promotion


    *Well-being & Health Promotion serves students through a variety of ways including, but not limited to, outreach events, presentations, educational workshops, and one-on-one meetings.

    Well-being & Health Promotion Calendar of Events

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    Current Health News

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