The Health and Counseling Center is committed to providing quality student services that are focused on enhancing your academic success, personal development, and well-being.
We are a multidisciplinary team that consists of both medical and mental health professionals, with your individual needs at the forefront of our work.
All Edward's University students are eligible for services.
If you are experiencing a psychological emergency that is life-threatening or involves a risk of harm to yourself or others, call University Police at 512-448-8444 or dial 9-1-1.
If you have a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
- Appointments are made in person or by phone.
- Arrive at the Health & Counseling Center 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
- Missed medical and counseling appointments will be charged a $25 no-show fee to the student account. Scheduled counseling appointments should be canceled 24 hours before the appointment time to avoid the fee. Scheduled health services appointments should be canceled 4 hours before the appointment time to avoid the fee.
- We do our best to work in patients with acute illnesses and injuries. If there are no same-day medical appointments available, patients will be scheduled to the next day.
Patients with more urgent medical situations who cannot wait until the next available appointment time should consider visiting one of the local urgent care clinics or the E.R.
The following fees apply to services offered:
[*] waived for students with our Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) through SEU
|Health Services Office Visit Fee*||$20|
|No Show Fee||$25|
|Counseling Appointments||No Charge|
Student Telehealth Resources
Through SEU's partnership with United Healthcare, students are now able to have access to telehealth resources. SHIP member and non-member students can access remote services for both medical and counseling needs. To learn more about telemedicine resources, please call 1-855-870-5858 or visit telehealth4students.com. For counseling, go to counseling4students.com. SHIP members are not charged for consultations of either service.
Behavioral Intervention Team
The St. Edward’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) cares for students, faculty, and staff who may be in distress. Keep our community healthy and safe — learn how to report a concern, identify the behaviors of someone in distress, and become familiar with available resources.