“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
With the implementation of the $99 health fee increase per quarter beginning Fall 2018, students are already seeing improved wait times at the Health Center.
Safer is joining forces with the Health Center. The conjunction aims to increase convenience and quality of both services to aid students seeking support.
Cal Poly Health Services is hosting flu shot “pop-ups” to administer free flu vaccinations to Cal Poly students. The next “pop-up” will be held on Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as part of Health Services’ efforts to…
A bill that would require Cal Poly to offer abortion medication was passed in the California Senate 25-13.
This season’s prominent strain, H3N2, has stronger effects on the body than strains in past seasons.
The fee increase will not affect current Cal Poly students; it will apply to newly admitted students in Fall 2018.
The ASI Board of Directors voted 19 to 7 to support a $99 quarterly increase for health services.
The experiences of many students paint a dramatic portrait of the problems currently facing the Health Center.
he kind folks at Campus Health and Wellbeing have some solutions to make it through the rest of the waves of pollen unscathed
Video by Allison Royal A bill is going through the California Senate that would require public university and community college health centers to provide medicated abortion services. The bill passed its second reading April 25. Sen. Connie Leyva (D-Chino) introduced…