The Health Department collaborates with community agencies to provide health services on campus to nearly 6,000 young adults attending Hawkeye Community College. The clinic provides health care for minor illnesses, physical exams, prescriptions, immunizations, STD testing and treatment, mental health assessment, counseling, and referral for students and their dependents.
Whether you are sick, managing a chronic health problem, or working to develop a healthier lifestyle, the clinic staff are here to help. Our mission is to provide you with supportive health, education, and counseling services to promote your academic and personal success. Our staff includes an advanced registered nurse practitioner, a registered nurse, and a mental health counselor. We understand the diverse needs of college students and strive to assist you in meeting those needs.
Eligibility and Cost
All students registered at Hawkeye Community College and their dependent children may use Hawkeye Student Health Clinic services.
Health insurance is not required to receive care and services are typically minimal cost or no cost.
Visiting the Student Health Clinic
Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Not all services are provided every day, so scheduling an appointment in advance is encouraged.
When visiting the Student Health Clinic, please bring the following: